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Anthropocene is an art exhibit about how humans have profoundly affected the landscape of the earth since the Industrial Revolution. Has the manner in which artists depict the landscape changed?  If so, why? This exhibit showcases artists’ observations and rendering of the landscape and explores the rational for the artist’s choices of subject, style, materials and methods. A wide range of contemporary renditions of the landscape are explored (from idealized to realistic to abstract).

Venue:  Alexander Hall, 668 Indian Street, Savannah, GA. 31401

Participants:  SCAD Students, Alumni, Faculty and Staff

Activities:  Art Exhibit, Artist Talks, Guest Speakers, Movies, Panel Discussions

Specifications of Art Work:

2D up to 7 x 7’, less than 25 lbs

3D up to 7 x 7 x 7’

Installation up to 10 x 10 x 10’

Submissions of art work:

Up to 5 (five)

Through SCAD Submittable 

Selection Criteria:

_Students, alumni, faculty and staff of Savannah College of Art and Design - SCAD

_Consistent with concept and theme

_Meet specifications

_Meet safety and hygiene guidelines of SCAD

_Blind selection

Submittable Open Call:           March 18 - April 18, 2019

Dates of Exhibition:                 May 4 - 26, 2019
Opening Reception:                May 10, 2019 (6:00-9:00 pm)

NOTE:  Those interested in assisting with installation, advertising, graphic design or other volunteer activities pertaining to this exhibit, please contact the curator, Kathy Varadi (see below).


Kathy Varadi


Studio C3 - Alexander Hall