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SCAD Language Studio
The SCAD Language Studio offers an intensive, engaging and culturally conscious art- and design-focused English as a second language (ESL) program.
deFINE ART 2016
SCAD deFINE ART 2016: An annual program of fine art exhibitions, lectures, performances and public events.
SCADstyle 2016: Fern Mallis
Fashion icon Fern Mallis discusses SCADstyle, the amazing guests and the students who take it all in.
Photograph by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders.
Advertising student Tyce Hoskins created this Emmy® College Television Award-nominated spec ad for the Tide to Go stain eraser pen in collaboration with students from motion media design and film.
Learn more about the SCAD advertising program.
Tyce Hoskins, writer and director
Albert Dantzer, director of photography
Crosby Ignasher, motion graphics
Nick Lawrence, music composition
Zack Bolla, actor
SCAD interior design program
The SCAD interior design program guides students to become innovative interior designers capable of critical thinking, effective communication and collaborative teamwork, emphasizing professional ethics and values within the context of social, environmental and global design practice.
SCAD is Family
Two siblings. Two career paths. One university.
With worldwide campuses, incomparable learning resources and unrivaled career preparation, it’s clear why so many families choose to join ours.
To learn more, visit scad.edu/family.
Relive the celebration: SCAD 2015 Commencement
Join Paula S. Wallace, SCAD founder and president, for the 2015 commencement ceremony as John Lasseter, chief creative officer of Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, delivers an exhilarating keynote address.
SCAD graphic design alumnus Kyle Hinton
Old-fashioned production techniques and vintage-looking packaging best describe the shaving and sensitive-skin products from Prospector Co., founded in Savannah, Georgia, by alumnus Kyle Hinton (B.F.A. graphic design).
Marc Abraham and Elizabeth Olsen at Savannah Film Festival
A director’s job is to elicit the best performance from actors. Often, simply letting them bring their own unique talents and instincts to bear draws out the authenticity that movie fans crave.