SCAD Educator Forum in Hong Kong
SCAD Educator Forum in Hong Kong gives participants the opportunity to refine their artistic talents in engaging workshops, forge lasting connections with colleagues and discover the vibrant culture of a bustling art and design environment.
Learn more at scad.edu/sef.
aTVfest 2017 Spotlight Cast Award: 'Underground' cast
Actors Aldis Hodge, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Amirah Vann and Aisha Hinds accept the Spotlight Cast Award. Hodge thanks the students involved in production in Savannah.
aTVfest 2017 Rising Star Cast Award: 'Star' cast
Actors Ryan Destiny, Brittany O'Grady and Jude Demorest of Fox's "Star" accept the Rising Star Cast Award and remind students to never give up and to believe that dreams come true.
aTVfest 2017 Spotlight Award: Jennifer Morrison
Jennifer Morrison reflects on the past roles that led to her part on "Once Upon a Time," and expresses her gratitude at receiving the aTVfest 2017 Spotlight Award.
aTVfest 2017 Spotlight Award: Jenna Elfman
Jenna Elfman reminds the audience that knowledge is the key to growth as she humbly receives the aTVfest 2017 Spotlight Award.
SCADFILM. For pros, by pros.
As the film and television business in Georgia soars, SCADFILM shares the art and science of storytelling with Atlanta. Through workshops, seminars, guest screenings and master classes, SCADFILM event attendees gain knowledge, hone technical skills and expand their personal connections.
For more information, visit scadfilm.com.
"The Sky's the Limit" by The Lady & I
SCAD presents "The Buzz," episode 3
Produced by Mark Tymchyshyn, Andra Reeve-Rabb, Greg Smith and Neil Short, this sitcom follows the story of three down-on-their-luck guys trying to navigate post-college life with help from characters at the local coffee shop.
Watch "The Buzz" and see this group of 20-somethings discover life isn't always grand.
For more information about the performing arts program at SCAD, visit scad.edu/performing-arts.
A conversation between Ray A. Smith and Brandon Maxwell
SCAD presents an exclusive conversation between Wall Street Journal style reporter Ray A. Smith and fashion designer Brandon Maxwell. Smith writes about the business of fashion and fashion trends, with a special emphasis on men's style for the Journal's personal journal section. His work has also appeared in The Australian, Inter Press Service and New Orleans Times-Picayune, among others. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from New York University.
SCAD CAPP (International Cultural and Academic Preparation Program)
CAPP prepares talented international students for a successful transition to academic, social and cultural life at SCAD before fall quarter begins.
Learn more at scad.edu/scadcapp.