Thursday, May 21, 2015

alumnus: Eli Schmidt

OTTE NY presents a show of Eli Schmidt's photography from over 10 seasons of fashion week in New York and Europe.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Alumni benefits

Alumni benefits

At SCAD, our relationship with you — and our commitment to you — doesn’t end when you graduate. SCAD alumni exhibit work in our galleries, contribute to our innovative product lines and share insights with students. As an alumni, you can continue to use the extensive array of career services SCAD provides.

Career resources: Tools for success

Career resources: Tools for success

As the University for Creative Careers, SCAD is dedicated to helping students and alumni succeed in their chosen fields. The office for career and alumni success helps you find internships, provides you with job-search assistance, and offers extensive resources to match you with your dream job.

Ninety-seven percent employment rate

A recent study found that 97 percent of alumni respondents reported being employed, pursuing further education or both within 10 months of graduation.

Prepare for a bright future

SCAD specializes in preparing students for outstanding creative careers. Our alumni have gone on to work for some of the biggest companies, the best clients and the most influential names in their industries.
Watch story after story of successful and talented SCAD alumni working in the real world.

Learn more about other successful SCAD alumni

SCAD alumni live and work around the world and often return to discuss their careers with our students. Hear from other successful SCAD alumni:

Network with Fellow Alumni in Your Area

With over twenty alumni groups worldwide, networking is only a few clicks away.


Tuesday, May 19, 2015

vote for our Liz Cara


Please see the link and vote for our Liz Cara in this award
Elizabeth is a photographer and writer originally from Detroit but based out of Savannah, GA with an emphasis on landscape and architecture. She has explored the American landscape extensively and has lived in Miami, New York and Hong Kong. Her work explores topics of isolation, separation, quietness and a found solitude in unexpected places, specifically in dense urban centers.

After voting, please add an original constructive comment. Elizabeth Cara needs 100 votes and 100 original comments in order to be eligible for the Vox Populi Prize.


kick starter: alumna Blake Shell
Support artists directly with costs associated with making work for exhibition, and produce a catalogue for every exhibition.

SPE's 2016 National Conference, Constructed Realities.


Just over two weeks remain to submit a presentation proposal for SPE's 2016 National Conference, Constructed RealitiesProposals from member photographers, writers, educators, curators, historians, and professionals from other fields will be considered.

Next year's theme will address the aspects of myth, fantasy, and reality in photography and deconstruct rhetoric of what constitutes a photograph.

Topics are not required to be theme-based and may include but are not limited to imagemaking, history, contemporary theory and criticism, multidisciplinary approaches, new technologies, effects of media and culture, educational issues, funding, and presentations of work in photography, film, video, performance, and installation.

Graduate Student - short presentation of your own artistic work and a brief introduction to your graduate program (must be enrolled in graduate program at time of submission)

Imagemaker - presentation on your own artistic work
Lecture - presentation on historical topic, theory, or another artist's work
Panel Discussion - active discussion among panelists (max 4), moderator, and audience to discuss a chosen topic
Teaching & Learning - presentations, workshops, or demos that address educational issues, including teaching resources and strategies 

Submission Deadline: JUNE 1, 2015, 11:59 PM EDT
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