Browse a wide variety of recent student work, including sketchbooks, drawings, storyboards, sculptures and more.
This exhibition is an exploration of the contemporary suburban landscape through the view of a consumer drone maneuvered by the artist.
The SCAD Trois Gallery presents “Songs From the Invisible Choir,” an exhibition by SCAD student Nicole LeCorgne (M.F.A. photography).
In sculptures and paintings, Jeffrey Gibson intermingles elements of traditional Native American art with contemporary artistic references.
The featured artists work across media such as sculpture, printmaking, painting, ceramics and installation in an exploration of appropriation, abstraction and process.
The exhibition brings together a number of the artist’s approaches ranging from photography, animation, installation, sculpture and performance.
Kent Knowles' colorful, large-scale paintings are positioned in an ambiguous space between allegory and personal symbolism.
Carinne Wasmuht uses the visual language of painting to comment on the world population’s increasing dependency on electronic devices.
This installation of 70 pieces of flattened antique silver seems to levitate just above the gallery floor.
This exhibition that brings together a range of Carrie Mae Weems' work that is both provocatively disparate and deeply connected.
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