Savannah || SCAD Welcome Center

As I mentioned earlier in this series, you’d have to work hard to escape SCAD when you visit Savannah. But every site being so interesting, bursting with fresh ideas, thought-provoking art or simply delicious scones, you’d probably wouldn’t want to miss it, anyway!

So, here we are, after an extensive look at the SCAD Museum of Art, a refreshing afternoon tea at the Gryphon, and some fun time with snooty ceramic faces at the shopSCAD, entering the place were it all started: the Poetter Hall, the first building that SCAD acquired in 1979, now home to their Admissions & Welcome Center, occasionally doubling up as an exhibition & event space. This is SCAD, after all.

May and Paul Poetter, founders of the Savannah College of Art and Design (along with Paula Wallace and Richard Rowan)


Allan Drumond
Un Petit Tour de Lacoste
Digital print from original illustration


Savannah, GA

April 5th, 2018

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