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A new book and spring symposium examine the achievements and influence of women in media art and emerging technologies.
How a student painting caused a major controversy at SAIC and changed the School.
Jonathan Green (BFA 1982) vividly depicts the culture and landscape of the Low Country through his narrative paintings.
In the early 1990s, Gemma Kahng (MFA 1980) dressed celebrities like Madonna and Sharon Stone.
For the past three decades, Ian Schneller (MFA 1986) has been carving out a career in sound.
“I went to SAIC thinking one way about fashion and then learned a more expansive, creative way to think about everything.”
—Cynthia Rowley (BFA 1981)
Robert Loescher (1937–2007) was a well–known art historian, beloved educator, and lively lecturer who taught at SAIC from 1972–2006.
America's foremost humor writer, David Sedaris (BFA 1987) has sold more than 10 million books.
Deeply connected to SAIC, the Randolph Street Gallery supported the noncommercial and championed the experimental.
Dread Scott (BFA 1989) talks about the provocative work that the President of the United States deemed “disgraceful.”