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SCAD Atlanta alumna Anna Maria Brady (B.F.A. Fashion Design 2020) presenting during her senior virtual presentation; courtesy of SCAD.
Designs from Anna Maria Brady’s senior collection; courtesy of SCAD.
SCAD alumna Michelle Hill (B.F.A. Accessory Design, 2020) presenting during her senior virtual presentation to industry leaders; courtesy of SCAD.
Image of SCAD alumna Kahmani Zeon (B.F.A. fashion design 2020) presenting during her virtual senior presentation to industry jury and mentors; courtesy of SCAD.
Students creating in Eckburg Hall; courtesy of SCAD.
SCAD School of Fashion dean Michael Fink in Eckburg Hall; courtesy of SCAD.
SCAD’s Morris Hall, home to the university’s Luxury and Fashion Management and Business of Beauty and Fragrance degree programs; courtesy of SCAD.
Kahmani Zeon’s senior collection; courtesy of SCAD.
SCAD alumni Christopher John Rogers; courtesy of SCAD.
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Public Art Fund Launches “Art on the Grid”

By Lola Desmole

July 1, 2020

As a direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Public Art Fund has launched “Art on the Grid” in New York. The multi-platform city-wide project features new work by 50 New York-based emerging artists.

On view across 500 JCDecaux bus shelters and more than 1700 LinkNYC kiosks is new art made in response to the pandemic, by artists like Rafael Domenech, Chase Hall, Doron Langberg, and Sharon Madanes. On these temporary, public canvases the work explores themes such as healing and loss; community and isolation; intimacy and solitude; and the creation of a future that is more just, inclusive, and equitable.

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SCAD Atlanta alumna Anna Maria Brady (B.F.A. Fashion Design 2020) presenting during her senior virtual presentation; courtesy of SCAD.

This open-air initiative first launched on June 29 with 10 artists. The second part of the exhibition launches July 27 with the remaining 40 artists, including Marley Freeman, Ivan Forde, Anna Park, GaHee Park, Cheyenne Julien, D’Angelo Lovell Williams, and more. All were chosen by 32 nominators that were asked to submit up to three artists for consideration in order to maximize diversity. “Art on the Grid” will be on view across New York through September 20.

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