By Zeus Pyle
SCAD held its annual Gallery Hop on April 20 to showcase student work within the areas of fashion, fibers, metals and jewelry.
"Croplets Dress" is a collaboration between graduate fibers student Michael Birch Pierce and fourth-year fibers student Molly Hobson Shea.
"Cotton Link" is a cotton dress dyed in rust. The work is a collaboration between Angelique Matthews, a fourth-year fashion student, and Makenzye Barfield a third-year fibers student.
"Tactiles" is cotton fabric and duck cloth combined to make a larger composition by Rachel Burton, a fourth-year fibers student
"Cotton: The Nomad" is a collaborative piece by Jamie Bourgeois, a fourth-year fibers student, and Victoria Strayhorn, fourth-year fashion student. The dress is logwood dyed cotton fabric and is up at Alexander Hall gallery in Savannah.
Archer Skinner, a jewelry and objects BFA student made this accessory now featured at Pei Ling Chan gallery in Savannah.
This wingback chair, "Farthingale Wingback" is a collaboration between Meagan Bilecky, a fourth-year fibers major, and Jerri Hobdy, a third-year furniture design student. Pei Ling Chan gallery, Savannah.
The two hanging necklaces were made by Jay Song, an alumni as well as a current professor for the metals and jewelry department. The two eyewear accessories were made by Pei-Jung Chen, a 2003 MFA metals and jewelry alumni.
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BongSang Cho, a graduate jewelry and objects candidate, is exhibiting an installation piece at the Pei Ling Chan gallery in Savannah, GA.