SCAD Educator Forum
At the SCAD Educator Forum, or SEF, educators have the opportunity to revitalize their creative energy while learning new skills through a variety of educational and recreational activities in the midst of a bustling art scene.
Virtual dates: June 22-25, 2020
Events and activities
Your experience at the SEF will include a variety of opportunities to meet and network with your peers as you explore your own artistic perspective:
Workshops are taught by SCAD faculty, graduate students and alumni, and may include demonstrations, lectures, studio work and local field trips. Participants receive individualized instruction, interact with peers, and explore a variety of hands-on methods and processes. Workshops are held in SCAD facilities, and participants have access to all of the university's facilities, resources and libraries. Workshop selection will be available in February. Program participants who register before workshops open for registration will be given priority placement.
Professional Development Credit
Participants will receive a course completion record to confirm participation in the conference within thirty days of completion but will not receive an official transcript or college credit. Workshops are taught by SCAD faculty, graduate students and alumni.