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A new scholarship and recent exhibition pay tribute to a much-loved SAIC professor and artist who influenced everyone who met her.
For the past three decades, Ian Schneller (MFA 1986) has been carving out a career in sound.
After World War II, the Monster Roster— a group of predominantly SAIC artists led by Leon Golub—established a deeply existential and fiercely independent Chicago style that had a lasting impact on American art.
An interdisciplinary group of international artists, designers, and collaborators presented new possibilities by bringing the end of the world to Chicago.
A record number of SAIC alumni and faculty members took part in the 2014 Whitney Biennial.
Since 1994, SAIC’s Student Union Galleries (SUGs) has helped hundreds of students find a forum for their voices and an outlet for their innovative, challenging work.
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.”
For more than 20 years, N.A.M.E. Gallery showed experimental work and provided a platform for the "genuine oddballs and visionaries" of their generation.