Legendary designer Dakota Jackson joins SCAD as honorary chair of furniture design

Iconic American furniture designer Dakota Jackson has joined Savannah College of Art and Design as honorary chair of furniture design. Jackson will mentor students from the university's undergraduate and graduate furniture design programs during his two-year appointment, continuing SCAD's mission to prepare talented students for creative careers.

Savannah College of Art and Design to unveil landmark television festival

The Savannah College of Art and Design will shine a spotlight on the television industry with aTVfest: Big Festival, Small Screen - a three-day festival celebrating the industry's best shows, talent and leaders.

The event is slated for Feb. 14-16 in Atlanta, a lively hub of diversified media content development, and will feature panel discussions, workshops, award presentations, daily screenings and special guests.

SCAD fashion student wins Geoffrey Beene National Scholarship Award

SCAD fashion student Angelique Matthews was honored with the 2013 Geoffrey Beene National Scholarship Award at a ceremony held Jan. 8 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel ballroom in New York. Matthews is one of only four winners from universities across the country of this prestigious $30,000 scholarship package.

"I am so ecstatic," Matthews said. "I woke up the next morning feeling like I had been dreaming. I am so grateful for all the opportunities the YMA FSF Geoffrey Beene scholarship fund has provided me. I could not have gone this far without all my mentors from SCAD."

2013 SCADDY Awards ceremony

Savannah, GA

Arnold Hall

1810 Bull St.


The 8th Savannah Symposium: Modernities Across Time and Space took place Feb. 7-9, 2013. Join us in 2015 for the 9th Savannah Symposum.

8th Savannah Symposium: Modernities Across Time and Space

Savannah, GA

SCAD Museum of Art

601 Turner Blvd.


SCAD makes history again with DesignIntelligence's "America's Best Architecture and Design Schools"

SCAD, the university for creative careers, is shattering records again. The university's undergraduate and graduate interior design programs have been named No. 1 in the nation for 2013 by DesignIntelligence in its annual "America's Best Architecture and Design Schools." Last year, SCAD was the first university in the ranking's history to be honored with both top honors.

SCAD presented NCARB Award to support university's continued innovation in architectural education

The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) has awarded the Savannah College of Art and Design one of the organization's highest honors, a 2012 NCARB Award for the Integration of Practice and Education. The $40,000 award will fund the development and implementation of innovative initiatives that integrate education and architectural practice.

SCAD student An Le wins Vogue's New Exposure photography contest

SCAD photography senior An Le was declared the grand-prize winner of Vogue's first New Exposure photography contest at a ceremony July 11 in New York City. The contest, sponsored by RED Cameras and Bottega Veneta, attracted more than 500 entries from across the country.

"The goal of New Exposure was to pinpoint key emerging talent in the fashion photography field and do what we can to help them succeed," Vogue Photography Director Ivan Shaw said. Le, age 22, "defines promise," Shaw added.

SCAD sculpture alumna Johana Moscoso

SCAD alumna Johana Moscoso (M.F.A, sculpture, 2009) creates work that incorporates many mediums including sculpture, performance art, illustration and fibers.

SCAD fashion alumnus Ryan James Smith

Find out why Ryan James Smith (B.F.A. fashion, 2015) considers his decision to study at a SCAD location abroad to be one of the best decisions he has made.