SCAD fibers alumna Maura Ambrose
Folk Fibers founder Maura Ambrose — winner of a 2013 Martha Stewart American Made award — makes quilts by hand using natural dyes near Austin, Texas.
SCAD graphic design alumnus David Clark
As the founder of custom interior and furniture design firm Kartwheel Craftsmanship in Austin, Texas, David Clark creates one-of-a-kind spaces and objects.
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Liza Lou, one of the inaugural group of artists at the SCAD Museum of Art, talks about her career and her process working with artisans in South Africa.
AIA National Honor Award winner SCAD Museum of Art
Renowned artists speak about the SCAD Museum of Art, recipient of the 2014 American Institute of Architects National Honor Award for Architecture.
UK students tour SCAD
View highlights of a UK student tour of SCAD. Starting in Atlanta, the group visits the SCAD Atlanta Welcome Center and the SCADpad installation before arriving in Savannah. There, they explore the Ronald C. Waranch Equestrian Center, visit with award-winning industrial design chair Owen Foster and catch a glimpse of dolphins while cruising the waters surrounding the city.
SCAD industrial design alumnus Jonathan Assaraf
As the creative director at JMR Development, SCAD alumnus Jonathan Assaraf (B.F.A. industrial design) develops packaging for cosmetics and perfume. Here, he shares his insight on the blend of art and science behind every great product design.
Career advice from Oscar de la Renta
During his 2001 visit to Savannah College of Art and Design to accept the André Leon Talley Lifetime Achievement Award, Oscar de la Renta shared this timeless advice on breaking in to the fashion industry. SCAD’s relationship with the designer culminated in the exhibition, Oscar de la Renta: His Legendary World of Style (Feb. 5, 2015 – May 3, 2015) at SCAD Museum of Art.