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Workshops and Events at SCAD Libraries: In-Person Workshops & Events

In-Person Workshops and Events

Workshops and special events are offered in-person in various SCAD Libraries locations:

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Workshops and Events at ACA Library Atlanta

 

April 8 // Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon (ALL LOCATIONS)
Friday, 12:00-4:00pm, Computer lab 352

  • SCAD Libraries, in collaboration with Art + Feminism, will host a Wikipedia edit-a-thon to increase the visibility of women in art and design disciplines, who are underrepresented on Wikipedia. SCAD students, staff and faculty of any gender are invited to contribute and help us bridge the gap. Join us for a day of Wikipedia training, editing, and public knowledge building. We'll provide the snacks and tools to help you edit. For more information and to register: http://scad.libguides.com/artplusfeminism

May 12 // Break the Stereotype!
Thursday, 11:00am-1:00pm, ACA Library, Room 413

  • This workshop will engage you in the process of developing exciting, authentic characters for a storytelling medium of your choice. Learn how research and reflection can help you avoid stereotypes and appropriation in your characters and why this matters. Each student will contribute to a collaborative zine that will be printed as part of the workshop. Registration is required; to save your spot, email ameeks@scad.edu.

May 12 // 9th Annual Artists’ Book Symposium and Student Competition
Thursday, 2:00-5:00pm, ACA Library & Trois Gallery

  • Join students, artists, and faculty at SCAD- Atlanta for a day devoted to artists' books, zines, and everything in between. Student artist book and zine submissions will be due May 6th, 2016; submission forms are available online or in the library. This event is free and open to the public. For more information and to register: http://scad.libguides.com/artistsbooks/symposium

May 17 // Paws in the Library: Therapy Animals! (Atlanta and Savannah)
Tuesday, 1:00-3:00pm, ACA Library, near Trois Gallery

  • Feeling stressed?  Take a break and stop by ACA Library to play with certified therapy animals!  Petting dogs, cats, and bunnies can lower feelings of stress and anxiety, lower blood pressure, and improve your sense of confidence and well-being. Don’t miss this chance to chill out with these cute and calming furry friends! Registration is not required and FYE passport stamps will be given. For more information, e-mail ameeks@scad.edu

**FYE stamps given for all ACA library events**

Workshops and Events at Jen Library Savannah

April 8 // Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon (ALL LOCATIONS)
Friday, 10:00 - 5:00, Jen Library Computer Labs 108 & 108

  • SCAD Libraries, in collaboration with Art + Feminism, will host a Wikipedia edit-a-thon to increase the visibility of women in art and design disciplines, who are underrepresented on Wikipedia. SCAD students, staff and faculty of any gender are invited to contribute and help us bridge the gap. Join us for a day of Wikipedia training, editing, and public knowledge building. We'll provide the snacks and tools to help you edit. For more information and to register: http://scad.libguides.com/artplusfeminism

May 17 // Paws in the Library: Therapy Animals! (Atlanta and Savannah)
Tuesday, 1:00-3:00pm, Jen Library front lobby

  • Feeling stressed?  Take a break and stop by the Jen Library to play with certified therapy dogs! Petting dogs can lower feelings of stress and anxiety, lower blood pressure, and improve your sense of confidence and well-being. Don’t miss this chance to chill out with these cute and calming furry friends! Registration is not required. For more information, e-mail ksmith@scad.edu

F.Y.E. Passport Library Stamps:

Savannah freshmen, need to get your F.Y.E. library stamp? Choose ONE of these options:

  • Play the Jen Library Stamp Challenge! This short activity takes about 10 minutes to finish will give you a crash course on finding resources in the library.
     
  • Ask a research question at the reference desk. Staff can help you: find info sources for assignments, locate info about your major or a favorite artist, or navigate our huge collection of online resources. Visit anytime the reference desk is open.