As a senior preparing to graduate with a BFA from SCAD in June, I don't really have any negative feedback. I have never felt that I was unable to find my voice due to squandering. As a matter of fact, I have felt the exact opposite. All my professors have challenged me to produce better work, approach things in a new way to help me learn and grow as an artist. I have never felt like my professors were under a looming cloud. That isn't to say they aren't, but I never personally picked up on that.
I'm not really sure how I feel about the museum addition. At the opening it was hard to really experience it... but I don't think it's a complete waste. There is a lot of interesting work on display.
As for all the negative comments about the administration, it's all useless. I've never had a personal experience with the president or the others, but if they're really so terrible, why doesn't anyone try to actually do something about it? There is so much action people can take anonymously to bring these points to the president's face and really get her attention. So why is it not being done?
Creative Loafing Atlanta
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