At both locations, SCAD hosts signature events that not only support the cultural and educational activities of the surrounding areas, but that are regional and national attractions for diverse audiences and leading art and design professionals.
Some of these annual events include the Savannah Film Festival, SCAD Fashion Show, de FINE Art, SCAD Seen, the Ivy Hall Writers Series and the Game Developers e Xchange (GDX).
The spread included Southern chicken salad, goat cheese with grapes and mini sandwiches.
Third-year writing student Tyler Rheaves said, “The food was good, but had a weird aftertaste.” Terrell presented the book and used voices to illustrate each character.
Recent guests include Alec Baldwin, Margaret Atwood, Hal Rubenstein, Joel Cohen and Fred Wilson.
SCAD also sponsors a wide range of collaborative projects for its students, with the SCAD Collaborative Learning Center (CLC) facilitating creative partnerships with major companies for which students earn course credit while garnering invaluable professional experience.Recent CLC project partners include Hewlett-Packard, Whole Foods Market, Fisher-Price, Liberty Mutual and Microsoft.In addition, the university’s annual Career Fair brings dozens of top employers to SCAD each year, heightening SCAD’s national profiles to yield the best possible career opportunities for its students and focus SCAD has an express mission of preparing talented students for professional careers, combining a commitment to individual attention with expansive opportunities for learning and real-world experience.Rachel Needham, also a graduate writing student, took the role of researching and writing part of the recipes.Lastly, Katherine Diaz Villegas, a third-year fashion student, was in charge of all illustrations.SCAD is one university encompassing five distinct experiences: SCAD Atlanta, SCAD Hong Kong, SCAD Lacoste, SCAD Savannah and SCAD e Learning. Students can easily transition between any of the five campuses, providing them with the opportunity for a truly rich educational experience. 10, SCAD Alumni Atelier ambassador Matt Terrell released his book, “The Magnolia Bayou Cookbook.” Students gathered at Ivy Hall to help celebrate the book and the work of fellow students who worked alongside Terrell.Lila Dostal is a graduate writing student whose role was to help edit and manage the book.His passion was clear through his words, and it was easy to tell he would like to continue exploring and publishing new forms of storytelling.Regardless, thanks to Terrell and the students who helped him, readers are given a new and entertaining way to cook recipes that have unique stories behind them. Diaz Villegas also illustrated the cover, which featured the fountain the story is based around.