View live presentations from SCAD faculty and admission representatives. Our academic workshops will show you what it’s like to explore creative projects with SCAD professors, while the admission discussions will provide specific details about the application process, scholarships, financial aid, transfer credits, and more.
Meet one-on-one with an admission representative to ask questions and begin the application process.
Chat with renowned SCAD faculty who bring care and ingenuity into the classroom every day, and hear from our current SCAD Bees on how they are succeeding in an environment of creativity.
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SCAD was founded in 1978, and for more than 40 creative years, we've grown to become the most comprehensive and connected art and design university in the world. Allow us to introduce you to SCAD, The University for Creative Careers!
At SCAD, we prepare students to dive into their creative pursuits while engaging them in professional experiences well before graduation. Join this live chat to learn about the office for careers and alumni success, a team that provides individualized advising, professional development resources, workshops, and career opportunities. See how student success advisers guide students through their academic career at SCAD; and check out SCADpro, which serves to connect current and future creative business leaders.
Learn more about application requirements, supplemental materials, portfolio overview guidelines, and scholarship opportunities in addition to the financial assistance and planning offered through SCAD that can help you achieve your creative degree.
Utilizing digital drawing and painting techniques, as well as the principles of linear and atmospheric perspective, painting professor Kent Knowles combines source images from reality with invented environments to create newly imagined, fantastical worlds.
Learn tips and tricks from architecture professor Maggie McManus on merging two (or more) images together. These techniques are widely used in the profession as architects seek to visually communicate their proposed ideas into an already existing context.
Join illustration professor Stephen Gardner for an Introduction to gouache and its versatility. In this 30-minute demo, Professor Gardner demonstrates using different surfaces and paint techniques. Learn to apply these techniques to your own masterpieces. You may paint along or just enjoy watching!
Join fashion professor Sarah Collins to discuss the types of garments worn by royals, such as the Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans and how they influence fashion today. Simply using a bed sheet, Professor Collins demonstrates draping techniques to fashion gala gowns, chitons, togas, and more while participants use the same techniques to create their own garments.
SCAD students represent diverse backgrounds, interests, and aspirations, and they are ready to share their stories with you. Meet and connect with current students who share tips for future Bees and hear how SCAD became their home away from home.
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