Discover the art of shaping sound with audio engineer Todd Beyer, owner of Fader King Studios in Chicago, Illinois.
Scott Carter talks about craftsmanship, legacy, new definitions of art
Scott Carter, SCAD alum (B.F.A., painting, 2008) and 2013 Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowship recipient, talks about craftsmanship, legacy, and new definitions of art. The in-progress work featured in this video made its debut at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in October 2014.
B.F.A. historic preservation alumna Zoe Leung
B.F.A. historic preservation alumna Zoe Leung, presidential medalist of the SCAD Class of 2014
M.F.A. sound design alumnus Colin Lechner
M.F.A. sound design alumnus Colin Lechner, presidential medalist of the SCAD Class of 2014
deFINE ART 2014 program guests describe art and its impact on the world
SCAD welcomes a gathering of innovative artists from around the globe for its deFINE ART 2014 program.
deFINE ART 2012 program guests and their definitions for art
Guests at deFINE ART 2012 program talk about how they define art and their experience at SCAD.
SCAD Commencement 2015 in Atlanta
The live webcast of the 2015 ceremony begins at 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 30
May 30 | Georgia World Congress Center, Georgia Ballroom
- 5 p.m. Doors open
- 6 p.m. Presidential Conferment of Degrees
SCAD Commencement 2015 in Savannah
The live webcast of the 2015 ceremonies begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 30
May 30 | Savannah Civic Center, Martin Luther King Jr. Arena
- 8 a.m.
- 9-10:30 a.m. Presidential Conferment of Degrees
- Noon Doors open for Presentation of Degrees ceremony 1
- 1-3 p.m. Presentation of Degrees ceremony 1
Paula Wallace and André 3000 Benjamin conversation at Design Miami Collector’s Breakfast
SCAD president and founder Paula Wallace talks with André 3000 Benjamin about the inspiration behind the collaborative exhibition “i feel ya: SCAD + André 3000 Benjamin” on Dec. 4 at the Design Miami Collector’s Breakfast.
André 3000, half of six-time Grammy Award-winning duo OutKast, designed 46 custom jumpsuits featuring different phrases emblazoned across the chest — one for each stop on the group’s recent 20-year reunion tour. The phrases are his way of saying something new as an artist while performing songs he had written, in some cases, decades ago, he tells Wallace.
Super Bowl XLVIII opening animation
For the first time, the Super Bowl was set to take place in the New York metropolitan area. FOX Sports sought a distinctive design approach for this classic American tradition through fresh, NYC-inspired concepts for the animated show title and graphics package. Studio 408, comprised of 18 talented SCAD students, conducted in-depth brand and aesthetic research to explore three design directions for the animated opener to the Super Bowl.