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2018 Holiday Art Sale

The School of Visual Art and Design invites USC students, faculty and staff to stop by the annual Holiday Art Sale on Thursday and Friday, November 15th & 16th, 2018, where SVAD students, faculty, and local artists will be selling their artwork.

Plant Robots Mix Art and Ecology

Fired Up: An Article About The School of Visual Art and Design's Ceramic Program

"Virginia Scotchie, head of ceramics in the university's School of Visual Art and Design, has been teaching ceramics for years, but she still gets excited by the energy students have when they realize what they can make with clay...". READ MORE

Ceramics Professor Featured in Article

Virginia Scotchie was featured in article about her work

Professor's Book Referenced in International Newspaper

Associate Professor Northrop Davis was quoted, and his book Manga and Anime Go to Hollywood was referenced in an article that came out today in France’s highly respected and important Le Monde newspaper.

SVAD/Media Arts Manga Class and Club students present their projects at Nashi Con

On Sunday April 2, 2017 at 11 A.M. to noon, the new USC student club Wemakemanga Productions will present their plans for the club, website and manga class to the SC manga/anime community along with Prof. Davis at Nashi Con at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center

SVAD Student's Work Featured in Garnet and Black

Senior BFA student Lauren Chapman's stunning paintings featured in Garnet and Black magazine. Look for Lauren's upcoming BFA show!

Architectural Courses Featured

Lydia Brandt's courses in architectural history and preservation featured in College of Arts and Sciences magazine, In Focus.

Media Arts alum Justin King featured in The State newspaper

Justin King (Media Arts, '10) was recently featured in The State newspaper for his work as USC’s new Associate Athletics Director for New and Creative Media.

Bonnie Harris-Lowe Receives 2nd Annual Walt Hanclosky Social Issue Production Award

The Media Arts faculty have selected Bonnie Harris-Lowe, a senior Media Arts major, as the second annual recipient of the $1,000 Walt Hanclosky Social Issue Production Award, which supports a creative media production with the goal of social impact.


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