Opening Reception Friday 730pm Alexander Hall Gallery

Opening reception friday 730pm alexander hall gallery

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Opening Reception: Friday, February 28, 6:00 – 7:30pm, Alexander Hall Gallery Description: “Drawing Works 2020” is open to SCAD undergraduates in all locations. Exhibition showcases SCAD students’ drawing and sketch practices, celebrating their abilities, innovation and creativity featuring process visualization, sketchbooks, contemporary and traditional approaches, techniques in varied media, and finished drawings. Award categories: Best in Show ($1000.00 prize); Process ($500.00 prize); Explorative/ Play ($500.00 prize); Composition ($500.00 prize) - Contact: Prof. Ron Longsdorf ( [email protected] ).
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Drawing Works 2020 Dates: Submission window is Location: Online (Submittable) Description: “Drawing Works 2020” premieres contemporary drawing practice, celebrating creativity and drawing abilities of undergraduate students from all SCAD locations, across disciplines. It showcases drawing practices that include unconventional and traditional approaches, innovative techniques in varied media, finished work and process sketches utilized in design. Award categories: 1. Best in Show ($1000.00 prize) 2. Process ($500.00 prize) 3. Explorative/ Play ($500.00 prize) 4. Composition ($500.00 prize) Other Course Information: Please turn cell phones off during class. Texting is not allowed. Projects can be re-submitted for considered grade change within one week of critique date. Any projects submitted late cannot be re-submitted for considered grade change. Students are required to check the course online each week on a regular basis. Emails are used to report progress and keep in touch with students. Students are also required to check their emails daily, for possible course updates and announcements. All work must be presented on the due date for assessment. It must have your first and last name and the class information clearly written on the back of the work. Students will lose points if the final work is not well documented or late. All work must be given to the professor in person by the student. Students are required to digitally photo-document all work, including sketchbook, preliminary work and final projects, which will be submitted in a final PDF document to the course Drop Box. Project Critique Days are crucial days to attend class. Missing a critique, and turning Projects in late, will result in automatic point deductions on project grade. According to the SCAD Attendance Policy stated in this syllabus a student will be considered absent when the student misses more than 15 minutes of class time by arriving in class late at the beginning of class, returning to class late after the break, or leaving class early. A student’s success in the course may be adversely affected by coming to class without the necessary materials needed to work in class or being unprepared for meaningful participation in class demonstrations and critiques. Borrowing materials from other students can also adversely affect student's success. Students are responsible to know what materials are required for the next class (listed in the syllabus / calendar of classes / emailed announcements).
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