Asa Butterfield at Savannah Film Festival
Young English actor Asa Butterfield, recipient of a Rising Star Award, talks about his vivid imagination and his acting career.
Analeigh Tipton at Savannah Film Festival
Actress Analeigh Tipton encourages actors to "bring yourself and a willingness to take direction" to auditions.
Hoon Lee at aTVfest
Actor Hoon Lee compares the sequential journey of printmaking to kickstarting yourself creatively and bringing that process to the world of acting.
Laurie Holden at aTVfest
Actress Laurie Holden notes that television series work has become more popular than film work because it allows artists to tell good stories and to better develop their characters. She also emphasizes the importance of constantly learning new things, no matter what stage you are in your career.
SCAD Atlanta hosts the inaugural aTVfest to showcase the dynamic breadth of Georgia's television production industry and SCAD's academic degree programs in film and television, dramatic writing, performing arts, sound design, and more. SCAD also honors veteran stage and screen performer Phylicia Rashad with the Outstanding Achievement in Television Award.
SCADpad Episode 5: The Talk of the Town
SCADpad® micro-housing community is unveiled to the public, generating a buzz of excitement among architects, designers, urban planners and community organizers.
SCADpad Episode 4: The Future
How can design change the world? The students, faculty, staff and alumni who conceived, built and lived in SCADpad® micro-housing units provide some answers.
SCADpad Episode 3: The Art of Design
SCAD students, faculty, and alumni representing numerous discilplines created three SCADpad® micro-housing units — each with a unique theme and visual identity. A common green space extends the living area, creating a community environment.
SCADpad Episode 2: The Homework
An interdisciplinary group of SCAD students, faculty and alumni worked for 10 months to design and develop three SCADpad® micro-housing units—from their architectural footprints to custom furniture to remote home control—each to fit in the mere 135-square-feet of a standard parking space at SCAD Atlanta.
SCADpad Episode 1: The Big Idea
As the world's population continues to grow and concentrate in cities, SCAD has cultivated an entirely new vision of an urban community. SCADpad® embraces and advances the university’s deeply rooted commitment to adaptive reuse by using a SCAD Atlanta parking structure to create an inspirational and sustainable community.