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The SAIC 150th Anniversary Gala raises more than $1.2 million for student scholarships.
With an increase in applications from CPS students, SAIC donors and friends have created new ways to support local talent.
With a new online art history course that features the museum’s collection, SAIC enters the world of web learning.
A new committee of successful local business owners is starting a movement to support SAIC student entrepreneurs.
John L. Thomson established the fund to provide critically important need-based scholarships to talented students from Chicago.
A new scholarship and recent exhibition pay tribute to a much-loved SAIC professor and artist who influenced everyone who met her.
SAIC faculty Mark Jeffery discusses his research-based process, the interdisciplinary curriculum at SAIC, and his class Performing the Document.
SAIC and Jane Addams Hull-House Museum host a dinner and discussion about prison reform centered around the artist group Lucky Pierre's ongoing Final Meals project
A "rerouted" meal brings together students, faculty, and artists to discuss food systems, lakefront shoals, shipwrecks, and shared human experience
SAIC Historic Preservation students document the Junior League of Chicago building for the Library of Congress.
The inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial is an opportunity for SAIC to show its design side.
The work of Cuban performance artist Tania Brugera (MFA 2001) is rooted in political struggle.
For her Art History thesis, an SAIC graduate student restages an obscure, yet pivotal moment in Japan’s cultural history.
An SAIC alum appropriates visual technology to investigate geography, body, and the human story.
SAIC student’s arts administration practice provides resources and collaborators to help artists realize their work.
Two recent alums exceeded their funding goal to open a community art center in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood.
A chance discovery leads to street photographer Vivian Maier’s posthumous rise to fame and an SAIC scholarship.
Alum’s practice explores her experience as a Cambodian refugee in America and a Muslim woman in her Buddhist homeland.
SAIC’s College Arts Access Program prepares Chicago Public School students for a successful future in art, design, and beyond.
An interdisciplinary group of international artists, designers, and collaborators presented new possibilities by bringing the end of the world to Chicago.
SAIC artists and designers are expanding the possibilities of 3D printing.
A record number of SAIC alumni and faculty members took part in the 2014 Whitney Biennial.
SAIC students and faculty teamed up with Scenarios USA to help Chicago high school students address the issues in their lives.
SAIC Professor Frances Whitehead is modeling new pathways for artists through her work as the Lead Artist on Chicago’s new recreational trail, The 606.
SAIC artists and designers are forging community technology with the Array of Things project.
The LeRoy Neiman Center opened in 2012 as the hub of SAIC's campus community.