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TED Talks: The Miracle of Ideas

Posted on 11 October 2013 by Paige Cambern

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David Gildersleeve is speaking in the 2013 TED Talks x Embry Riddle event this Saturday October 12th, between 13:45 and 15:00!

For those of you who aren’t on top of military time, that’s between 1:45 and 3:00!

The talk will be broadcast live on uStream, but if you can’t make it, don’t worry! You can catch it later on Youtube!

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This year’s event is about the stories behind great designs. About what happens behind the scenes as science and art come together to create the designs of tomorrow. As always, the speakers will be remarkable people, pursuing creative careers and making big things happen. Come join the converstaion and rediscover the Miracle of Ideas.

 

Dave GildersleeveDAVID GILDERSLEEVE

Ever thought about who comes up with those wonderful comics that we couldn’t put down? David Gildersleeve began his illustrious art career     while growing up in the great State of Texas and comic books became his earliest teachers. Later he bounced around art schools, earned an MFA degree, and now teaches at The Savannah College of Art and Design in the Sequential Art department. David has been published in several magazines including Comic’s Pro Magazine and Playboy and presents his work in various galleries. David specializes in western art, humorous art, illustrations, cartoons, children’s stories, and cartoon strips. He’s currently working on his second children’s book and remains committed to painting as often as possible.

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Editor’s Day Assignments

Posted on 06 May 2013 by Paige Cambern

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Editor’s Day Assignments [Download] – [UPDATED]

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Mini-Comics Expo!

Posted on 25 April 2013 by Paige Cambern

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Editor’s Day 2013 Poster

Posted on 23 April 2013 by Paige Cambern

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Editor’s Day 2013

Posted on 23 April 2013 by Paige Cambern

 

The SCAD sequential art department will host leading comic book publishers and editors at its annual Editors’ Day Friday, May 10, and Saturday, May 11, 2013 at SCAD-Savannah. Editors’ Day is a two-day event where editors and publishers will review SCAD sequential art students’ portfolio in Norris Hall with panel discussions at the SCAD Museum of Art Theater on Friday from 5:30-6:30 p.m.

 

Visiting editors and publishers include: Traci Todd, Senior Editor for Children’s Publishing, Viz Media; Shannon Watters, Senior Editor, Boom! Studios; Chris Staros, Publisher, Top Shelf Productions; Rebecca Taylor, Editor, Archaia Entertainment; Jill Beaton, Editor & Talent Search Coordinator, Oni Press; Natalie Foreman, Assistant Editor, McFarland Publishing; Terry Nantier, Editor, NBM Publishing; and Joel Enos, Senior Editor, Shonen Jump Magazine, Viz Media

 

Editors’ Day is open to all students at any SCAD campuses (including eLearning), and alumni. Students must apply for portfolio reviews, which will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications are available in an interactive PDF on SEQALab.com, and students must submit samples from their portfolio. Alumni, Atlanta campus and eLearning students can email applications with portfolio samples to talbano@scad.edu. Although graduating students and alumni have priority, all student levels are welcome, and every effort will be made to assign students to an editor or publisher, based on availability.

 

SCAD Editors’ Day has been a proud part of the history of the sequential art department for many years. The event represents one of the few major academic acknowledgements of comic art and sequential art storytelling in the nation. The Editors’ Day permits guests to discuss sequential art concerns from many differing points of view and provides students with an opportunity to network and learn from a variety of top industry professionals.

 

Editors’ Day Application

 

1. Open in Adobe Acrobat (interactive PDF),

2. Type ALL information on the application*

*Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

 

Editor’s Day Application [Download]

 

Important Dates:

 

Mon, April 29, 2013

5:00 p.m.

 

Student Applications & Portfolio samples DUE *

Norris Hall 1A

*[Late submissions will be accepted until May 1, but will be assigned to open spaces only]

 

Wed, May 1, 2013

5:00 p.m.

 

Late Application Deadline

Norris Hall 1A

[No late applications accepted after 5:00 pm]

 

 

Friday, May 10, 2013

 

Portfolio Reviews

9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Norris Hall

 

Panel Discussion

5:30-6:30pm

SCAD Museum of Art Theater

 

 

Saturday, May 11, 2012

Portfolio Reviews

9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

Norris Hall

 

Mini-Comics Expo

1:00 – 4:00 p.m..

Norris Hall Courtyard

 

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Digital Comics Forum 2013

Posted on 16 April 2013 by Paige Cambern

Poster for the Digital Comics Forum 2013 event hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design Sequential Art Department

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Digital Comics Forum 2013

Posted on 16 April 2013 by Paige Cambern

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Sequential Art

April 26-27, 2013

The Sequential Art Department is pleased to announce the Digital Comics Forum Friday, April 26 – Saturday, April 27, 2013. Comics and graphic novels are moving away from print and into digital format. The Digital Comics Forum event will include panel discussions, workshops and presentation of digital comics. Three SCAD alumni will be discussing information about industry changes to digital media, and hosting workshops. Join us for this insightful event looking at the future of digital publishing and how to position yourself for a career in digital comics. This event is open to all of the SCAD Community.

To sign-up for the workshops, see below information.

 

Digital Comics Forum Guests:

Kate Kasenow

Kate Kasenow

M.F.A. Sequential Art) and she now lives in New York City. She is a digital editor at ComiXology and also works on freelance projects such as a graphic novel for Oni Press.

Website: katekaz.blogspot.com/

Chaz Moneypenny

Chaz Moneypenny

2011 (MFA Dramatic Writing) and now works at Connected Experiences, Walt Disney Imagineering. He also writes freelance for Pow Entertainment and Hermes Press.  Before attending SCAD, he was a script assistant and SAG actor for various major motion pictures.

Geoff Shaw

Geoff Shaw

Geoff graduated from SCAD in 2011 (M.F.A. Sequential Art) and now works at Connected Experiences, Walt Disney Imagineering. He has work on Batman, 80-Page Giant, Fearless, (DC Comics), Pacific Rim: Tales From Year Zero (Legendary Comics, and as an illustrator for Colors Magazine. He is currently working with Dark Horse Comics on a new book(soon to be announced), followed by  Legendary Entertainment’s Majestic Files by J. Michael Straczynski, which will feature art by Geoff Shaw and Matt Banning.

 

 

Schedule of Events:

 

Friday April 26, 2013 

 

Panel Discussion: The Future of Comics in Digital Age

Kate Kasenow, Chaz Moneypenny & Geoff Shaw

10:00 -11:00am

Student Center

 

Workshops

 

Workshops 1: Creating Comics the ComiXology Way

Kate Kasenow

205 Norris Hall

11:30am – 12:30pm

|  Break  |

2:00pm – 3:30pm

 

From early experiments like Box 13, Valentine, and Power Play to more recent efforts like Marvel’s Infinite Comics and Atomic Robo’s Two-Fisted Tales, comiXology’s Guided View has ushered in a new era in comic book creation. Join comiXology Digital Editor Kate as she shows you the ins and outs of creating comics using Guided View technology and discusses comiXology’s goals for these tools.

 

Workshops 2: Producing Motion Comics for Mobile Devices

Chaz Moneypenny & Geoff Shaw

204 Norris Hall

11:30am – 12:30pm

|  Break  |

2:00pm – 3:30pm

 

We all know the process of creating comics for print, but what about for mobile devices like smart phones and tablets?  Join Chaz and Geoff as they detail every step of the production line–from initial concept all the way to distribution through Google Play and the Apple Store–and teach you how to translate your print comic skills for this emerging medium.  They’ll also discuss the demands placed on artists working for large media companies, how they strive to maintain the integrity of comics in this new format, and the lessons they’ve learned the hard way (so you won’t have to).

 

Workshop Sign-up

Open to students and alumni at all SCAD Locations

  1. Please email afisher@scad.edu
  2. Subject Line: Digital Comics Workshop
  3. Specify Workshop preference in order: Workshop 01, Workshop 02
  4. Your Full name
  5. Student Number

 

First come basis. Workshop Assignments will be posted in Norris Hall, first floor bulletin board. Incomplete information will not be accepted.

 

Saturday April 27, 2013

 

Student Workshop Presentations

10:00am -12:00pm, SCAD Museum of Art Theater

 

Panel Discussion:  Final Thoughts; Q&A

12:00 -1:00pm, SCAD Museum of Art Theater

 

Other Information

Arrive Early for Workshops

Arrive 10-15 minutes early for your session. If you are not in line by 10 minutes prior to the session, you are late, and YOU MAY NOT ENTER the room — no exceptions.

 

Workshop Etiquette

Remember you are there to participate, refrain from doing schoolwork while in a workshop, texting or other unprofessional behavior. In the event of inappropriate behavior you will be asked to leave.

 

Workshop Cancelations

If you would like to cancel your space, please email Anthony Fisher at afisher@scad.edu prior to your session.

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Editor’s Day!

Posted on 13 March 2013 by Duncan

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SCAD Grad Thesis Show!

Posted on 24 May 2010 by admin

This is our last week of the 09-10 school year! We’re all very drained, bleeding comics out of our eye sockets and fingertips. The SCAD Grad Thesis Show is this Thursday for two days only. Make sure to stop by!

Thurs, May 27
5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Fri, May 28
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Reception:
Thurs, May 27
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Happy summer!

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SCAD students stayed busy over the break!

Posted on 04 January 2010 by admin

Winter break for SCAD students is a long one, but many manage to stay busy. Our break lasts from right before Thanksgiving to the first week in January, which gives us a lot of time to get our side projects done. A handful of students even went to study in Japan (pictured above)! Here’s a round-up of what some SEQAHomies have been up to.

(The Cast of SEQALAB):

(Other SCAD SEQAHomies):

  • Grace Allison created her portfolio website.
  • Matt Ruedinger launched his webcomic, Earth to Chad.
  • Melanie Florencio was “approached by the South Carolina State Library and the South Carolina Library Association to speak during 2010 about Sequential Art programs in South Carolina Public Libraries and the importance of having Sequential Art within these libraries.” Spreadin’ that SEQA love!
  • Chair to the the Department, David Allan Duncan, was quoted a whole bunch in an article concerning Portland’s recent acquiring of Dark Horse Archives. He was also drawn into a strip of PvP by Scott Kurtz.
  • Kel MacDonald had an eventful break. Her blog post about Keenspot was passed around the community, and she was a guest strip artist for PvP!

(SCAD-Tokyo round-up):

Thanks to Daniel Woodling for the photo. If you have any projects you did over the break, please let us know in our comments section!

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