Set in the ruins of an commune outside Los Angeles, "Llano" is a poignant and visually captivating film that reflects the artist’s musings on a failed utopia.
With a deep interest in cultural anthropology and communication, Naimar Ramirez seeks to uncover a new interpretation of space and objects.
This exhibition presents work by 11 contemporary artists who share a common approach to their work through the use of sharp edged, linear or geometric forms.
SCAD M.F.A. photography student Jarrett Christian presents a collection of photographs depicting subjects within the Washington, D.C., public transit system.
This exhibition features artwork created in the SCAD Chinese Painting class that investigates connections between the West and East.
Of the nearly 200 submissions from 2014, 24 entries were selected from 29 countries to be on display with the TDC60.
Explore fashion, film and painting through the eyes of multihyphenate performer André 3000 Benjamin, filmmaker Greg Brunkalla and painter Jimmy O’Neal.
Measuring 18 inches or less in all directions, all selected work is for sale for up to $400. The show will feature artwork in all mediums.
Over the course of his 36-year career as a designer and illustrator, Craig Frazier has developed one of the most recognized illustration styles in the world.
Monika Merva is an award-winning, New York-based photographer who is most inspired by the people and landscapes that surround her.