Amanda Abraham brings traces of the cityscape into the gallery by presenting works that are inspired by graffiti marks.
The exhibition explores fashion, film and painting through the eyes of multihyphenate performer André 3000 Benjamin, filmmaker Greg Brunkalla and painter Jimmy O’Neal.
Inspiration for Natasha Bowdoin's site-specific sculptural installation draws from two key elements: literature and nature.
Through the borrowing and blending of elaborately realized heraldic symbols with iconic hip-hop visuals, Rashaad Newsome discerns and critiques power structures.
Inspired by digital generative processes, Brandon Woods explores the connection between traditional drawing and painting practices with digital algorithmic computations.
The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Llano," a video installation with sound by celebrated Danish artist Jesper Just.
Tameka Norris’s multidisciplinary practice explores issues of race, poverty and social politics, drawing on her own experiences and relationships as an underlying narrative.
This exhibition features artwork by SCAD students, faculty, staff and alumni from varied interpretations of the landscape genre.
With a deep interest in natural history, Gabriela Iancu uses photography to question the fragility of image through the notion of time and identity.
This exhibition includes works by Ansel Adams, Aaron Brumbelow, Tom Fischer, Jeff Rich, Victoria Sambunaris and Rebecca Norris Webb.
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