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Articles Tagged ‘SADA’

SADA hosts lectures

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Professional Illustrators advise students at event Hundreds of Studio and Digital Arts students listened to the advice Melanie Hall and Megan Halsey shared during their two lectures and were also […]

Art department receives grant

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

SADA uses ILLUMINATE Grant to bring in two professional illustrators Liberty University‚Äôs Department of Studio and Digital Arts (SADA) has been awarded a teaching grant that will allow students to […]

Exhibit showcases student artwork

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013

Graduates celebrate gallery opening by displaying multiple works and discussing their pieces with guests Seniors in the Liberty University Department of Studio and Digital Arts (SADA) showcased their work in […]

Restoring creativity

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

AIGA unites graphic students This year, the Liberty University graphic arts community is coming together to bring creativity and experience to the students of the Department of Studio & Digital […]

Senior artwork on display in DeMoss

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013

Students crowded around the art displayed on the fourth floor of DeMoss for the Liberty University Studio and Digital Arts (SADA) art exhibit, featuring the artwork of senior students until March 15. According to SADA chairman Todd Smith [...]

SADA art show spotlights faculty talent

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

The Liberty University Department of Studio and Digital Arts opened its Faculty Art Exhibition Thursday, Jan. 24. Todd Smith, Studio and Digital Arts (SADA) chair, said that a variety of […]

Liberty artists display work at Ars Nova

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

Over the centuries, art has been a means of expressing emotions and portraying ideas, and has even been considered a window to the soul. The well-known philosopher Aristotle once said that [...]


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