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Garland Martin Taylor and his public sculpture traveled across the country to get people talking about gun violence in Chicago.
Performance alum Julia Rhoads discusses her dance theater production company and its recent $200,000 MacArthur Award.
An SAIC alum and Artist-in-Residence uses art to empower young, African American women to tell their stories.
Orly Genger (Post-Bac 2002) forms public dialogues from sculptural installations.
A new art and science course bring together two schools to develop collaborative visualizations of big data.
The founder of Half Acre Beer Company (and SAIC alum) brewed up a seasonal ale to celebrate SAIC’s 150th Anniversary.
Eva Danielle Wittels (BFA 2004) runs a successful fashion line and advocates for rescue animals through her campaign, Fashion Tails.
Equal parts art and anthropology, an SAIC alum’s mixed media installations investigate contemporary culture through future utopias
SAIC alum and Iraqi refugee Wafaa Bilal (MFA 2003) confronts the conflict back home by eliciting participation and challenging perception.
SAIC Professor Claudia Hart wages war on the separation between technology and femininity.
Rashid Johnson (SAIC 2003–04) draws upon materials and visual sources to explore how cultural experiences shape African Americans.
The alumni duo, Coppice, creates sound sculpture that excites the senses and haunts the imagination.
Margaret Koreman (BFA 1988, MA 2002) is helping to develop new programs to support Chicago Public Schools students, teachers, and families.
SAIC alum and faculty member Jeffrey Brown (MFA 2002) draws inspiration from his own life to create comics.