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Garland Martin Taylor and his public sculpture traveled across the country to get people talking about gun violence in Chicago.
Sculptor and SAIC alum Diane Simpson talks about her influences and artistic process.
As a new member of SAIC’s Board of Governors, Sanford Biggers (MFA 1999) brings a unique artistic and alumni perspective to the School.
The 150th Anniversary Distinguished Alumni Lecturer talks about his career, exalts the Chicago Imagists, and sings some Led Zeppelin.
Orly Genger (Post-Bac 2002) forms public dialogues from sculptural installations.
After 150 years, design at SAIC takes the next step—a Design History track to study that history.
Sanford Biggers (MFA 1999) crosses media to mine the history and symbols of global cultures.
Luis Gispert appropriates designer logos and hip-hop iconography to address class, consumerism, and subculture
Equal parts art and anthropology, an SAIC alum’s mixed media installations investigate contemporary culture through future utopias
Richard Hunt (BA 1957, HON 1979) is Chicago's most prolific and accomplished sculptor.
America's foremost humor writer, David Sedaris (BFA 1987) has sold more than 10 million books.