SCAD curators and leadership will also continue its robust virtual programming throughout the fall 2020 season for SCAD students, alumni, museum members and the public. This programming will include a series of: #MUSEUMATHOME exhibition videos, exhibiting artist interviews, virtual museum tours, and industry conversations and discussions.
The SCAD Museum of Art reopened to the public on September 10 with new hours: Thursday–Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. SCAD leadership has developed new safety protocols that comply with the latest CDC guidelines for the opening including temperature screenings, mask requirements for all employees and visitors, and social distancing in all galleries.
For more information on the exhibitions and upcoming virtual programming, please visit scadmoa.org.
About SCAD Museum of Art
The SCAD Museum of Art is a premier contemporary art museum that features emerging and established international artists through commissioned works and rotating exhibitions, engages local communities with special initiatives of an international scope, and serves as a resource for SCAD students and alumni during their academic careers and beyond.
The museum has presented exhibitions by artists including AES+F, Jane Alexander, Radcliffe Bailey, Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Subodh Gupta, Alfredo Jaar, Sigalit Landau, Liza Lou, Elaine Mayes, Lorraine O’ Grady, Ebony G. Patterson, Robin Rhode, Bill Viola, Carrie Mae Weems, Kehinde Wiley, and Fred Wilson, as well as site-specific installations by Daniel Arsham, Kendall Buster, Jose Dávila, Michael Joo, Odili Donald Odita, and others. The museum’s permanent collection includes the Walter O. Evans Collection of African American Art, the Modern and Contemporary Art Collection, the Earle W. Newton Collection of British and American Art, the 19th- and 20th-century Photography Collection, and the SCAD Costume Collection.
An award-winning, architectural icon, the museum incorporates the oldest surviving antebellum railroad depot in the U.S. into its striking design. Nestled in the heart of Savannah’s vibrant historic downtown district, the museum attracts visitors from around the globe. It has been recognized by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, the Congress for the New Urbanism, the International Interior Design Association, and the Historic Savannah Foundation, and received the American Institute of Architects Honor Award for Architecture, a pinnacle achievement. For more information visit scadmoa.org.