This exhibition is an exploration of the contemporary suburban landscape through the view of a consumer drone maneuvered by the artist.
The featured artists work across media such as sculpture, printmaking, painting, ceramics and installation in an exploration of appropriation, abstraction and process.
Graff’s work expertly merges the fields of avant-garde fashion, textile design, sculpture and historic preservation.
The international student services office and SCAD Language Studio present an annual juried exhibition showcasing recent work by SCAD international students.
SCAD presents “Make Do,” an exhibition of paintings by SCAD student Maggie Ehrmin (M.F.A. painting).
This annual exhibition kicks off with a lecture by Michael Scoggins (M.F.A. painting) followed by a reception and award ceremony.
This annual event showcases the diversity and excellence of work from foundation studies courses.
Kent Knowles' colorful, large-scale paintings are positioned in an ambiguous space between allegory and personal symbolism.
The exhibition brings together a number of the artist’s approaches ranging from photography, animation, installation, sculpture and performance.
Lauren Clay employs a variety of paper art and decorative painting techniques to create environments that display her interest in melding painting and sculptural forms.