FRIDAY MAY 17, 5pm - FINAL day for you all to give us your $20 payment. This covers cost of the space as well as the food. If you DO NOT give this money by this date, then you will NOT be in the show. This is vital and mandatory. Cash and checks are accepted. Please make checks out to Julie Lieberman with a memo of “Senior Show 2013”. Please turn these in with an envelope with your name and email written clearly on it to Julie Lieberman, in her office at Morris Hall room 301.
There will ALSO be information regarding the food crew. Expect a meeting time or an email in the coming days.
SATURDAY MAY 25, 10am-12pm - Work is due MATTED AND FRAMED with your signature. Make sure works are READY TO HANG. On the back of your piece, PLEASE write in CLEAR LETTERING your Name/Phone/Email/Title/Medium. Also, it is IMPERATIVE that you email us a 72 dpi copy of your image and its information to the SIC email.
Important Note: Michaels sells great frames and typically has good deals and coupons going on for them, Blick also has nice frames. Work will NOT be hanged if it is not in a nice, quality frame. We have had frames turned in with tape holding them together in the past, needless to say, this work was not showcased. Don’t let this happen to you.
If you are not getting our emails, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Hey guys! End of Quarter show is near, don’t miss the opportunity to show your work to everyone! We are really exited see what you guys have done this quarter! Here is the psd. file of the template for the end of Quarter Show,
Guys, tomorrow at morris hall illustrator Cory Godbey is giving a demo and a Q.A. via skype!
You can check out his work in here!
Hey everyone! This is the reception for “The Search”, a senior Illustration show featuring Jessie Wei-Hsuan Chen, Rhiannon Estwick, Melissa Fenik, Pamela Kosin, Julia Lavigne, Chieh Lee, and Sarah O’Connell.
The reception is at 7 pm on Friday May 3rd at Oglethorpe Gallery!
Summer Wars is director Mamoru Hosoda’s fantastically concieved science fiction drama with outstanding visuals and pitch perfect animation. Most of all this is a film with huge heart and importantmessage in it.
In a times when cinemas are mostly filled with western animation like Madagascar or Ice Age franchises, it is a little wonder to see animated film this fresh and innovative. Hosoda is one talented director and knows how to make his film fly.
Summer Wars might be misleading title for this film which is actually much more about the importance of family, forgiveness and love in universal.
For those who like animation at all, Summer War is a must see and truly diffrerent and new kind of experience. This is a important film for me and one which truly touches my heart deeply. Do not hesitate to see it. Summer Wars is, like it’s themes, universal. -Emil Kakko
All majors are welcome to enter; all mediums will be considered. You can enter multiple times and it doesn’t have to be current work!
Alumni and Faculty are able to submit as well.
Deadline for Submissions is April 29
Location of Show: Sicky Nar Nar on Barnard
Dates: May 21-25; opening reception on May 24th.
For more information, please contact Sabrina Buchanan (email@example.com).
Call for Entry - Event!
CLC Design Project
Liberty Mutual + SCAD
THIS Friday and Saturday, April 19th-20th
Want the chance to compete for a cash prize this weekend?
Want to add a prestigious line to your resume?
Sign up for the Liberty Mutual Insurance Design Challenge!
Students will each develop a visual piece to create a special guest experience for Liberty Mutual Insurance (LMI) during LMI’s Legends of Golf events (April 22-27). Students will present one work in the form of a 2D (painting, drawing, printmaking or photography), 3D or digital art highlighting an experience, culture or setting unique to Savannah.
Selection Distinctive Savannah setting, culture or experience 30 points:
Overall aesthetic delivery of artist’s vision 30 points
Linkage to corporate values or brand of LMI 20 points
Use of Lady Liberty (in respectful and dignified manner) 10 points
Incorporation of golf element 5 points
Use of humor 5 points
Dimensions up to 24”x28” (horizontal or vertical)
3D works must not to exceed 3’ in height or width and 40 pounds in weight **Digital works must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org in advance (April 13th, 8am)**
Starts Friday, April 12 at 9am
Ends Saturday, April 13 at 2pm
Location : Adler Hall (Kick-off and Mid-point Review), Museum (Final Presentation) Student 20-30 entries.
The Challenge will be open to all SCAD junior, senior, and graduate students and alums.
1st Prize $1,000, 2nd Prize $750, and 3rd Prize $500.
All participants will receive complimentary tickets to attend LMI’s Lonestar concert on Friday, April 26th at the Westin Hotel.
Friday April 12th
4/12 – 9am-10am :
Participant check-in (all members must present their SCAD IDs)
4/12 – 10am-11am :
Design Challenge Kick-Off / Adler Hall
4/12 – 11am-5:30pm :
Student begin concepting, preliminary design & implementation
4/12 – 5:30pm-8:30pm :
Mid-point Reviews / Adler Hall *Each team will be assigned a 5 minute time slot
Saturday April 13th
4/13 – 10am-12:30pm :
Final presentation / SCAD Museum of Art
*Each team will be assigned a 5 minute time slot
Presentations will take place in upstairs classrooms
4/13 – 12:30pm-1:30pm :
Reception / Judges deliberate / SCAD MoA Lobby
Open to all Design Challenge competitors
4/13 – 1:30pm-2pm :
Announcement of Winners / SCAD MoA Auditorium
*RESEARCH ABOUT LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE AND LEGENDS OF GOLF TOURNAMENT, AND CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT PRIOR TO THE KICK-OFF PRESENTATION IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED.
Link to sign up for the competition :
Questions? Email: email@example.com
SCAD Illustration Club intends to serve the interests of the illustration department, faculty and students collectively, and promote the field of illustration by providing social, recreational, and professional opportunities for students.
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