SCAD Atlanta 2014 Salutatorian Ramona Randolph
Ramona Randolph (B.F.A., interior design, 2014) talks about being a nontraditional student and how interior designers are editors of constraint — making things work around things that cannot be changed.
SCAD Atlanta 2014 Excelsus Laureate Denise Plauché
Denise Plauche (M.F.A., illustration, 2014) believes that it can never hurt to return to the simplicity and innocence of childhood, and the wonder of seeing things for the first time.
SCAD Hong Kong 2014 Valedictorian Katrina Teh
Katrina Teh (B.F.A., illustration, 2014) believes that, “Art and design speak to our humanity, whether that is the way we love, the way we mourn or simply the way we live.”
SCAD Hong Kong 2014 Salutatorian Sally Campbell
Sally Campbell (B.F.A., illustration, 2014) “strives to make dynamic, colorful work that is a tad whimsical and a touch nostalgic.”
Maya Angelou speaks at SCAD Commencement 1998
Author and poet Maya Angelou encourages the audience to remember the people — the saints — who came before them. That knowledge will allow everyone — particularly new graduates — to see where they stand today and to envision their futures.
Margaret Russell speaks at SCAD Spring Commencement 2014
Margaret Russell, Architectural Digest magazine editor-in-chief, shares practical advice for new graduates to consider when joining the work force.
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Lee Daniels speaks at SCAD Fall Commencement 2013
Actor, film producer, and director Lee Daniels says if he could have gone to college, he would have gone to SCAD.
SCAD Atlanta 2013 Excelsus Laureate Benjamin Rollins
Benjamin Rollins conveys emotion and stories through the visual language of photography.
SCAD Atlanta 2013 Salutatorian Andrew Jordan
Andrew Jordan (B.F.A., painting, 2012) talks about the challenges he faced in becoming a professional artist.