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An SAIC alum and women’s rights activist created the first face of the iconic fictional homemaker.
The work of Cuban performance artist Tania Brugera (MFA 2001) is rooted in political struggle.
SAIC alum Charlotte “Lottie” Wilson was the earliest known African American painter to have a work exhibited in the White House’s collection.
Alum’s practice explores her experience as a Cambodian refugee in America and a Muslim woman in her Buddhist homeland.
SAIC alum and Iraqi refugee Wafaa Bilal (MFA 2003) confronts the conflict back home by eliciting participation and challenging perception.
In 1892 SAIC alum and faculty member Enella Benedict founded the Art School at the Hull House.
An influential social reformer starts an SAIC family legacy that spans more than a century.