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SAIC students sweep the Amita Design Challenge, 24 hour hackathon!
SAIC students won first and second prizes, over the University of Chicago, Northwestern, UIC, Harper College, IIT, Governors State University, NIU, Dominican University and DePaul University.
A compact cold-brewer and a tea steeper doubling as a maze caught the attention of two prominent retailers, garnering top awards for Architecture, Interior A
Faculty member Linda Keane led a workshop with Chicago Public School Jameson Elementary's 6th grade girls
Odile Compagnon, won the Pella Crafted Luxury Peoples Choice Award at the 7th Annual Small Projects LARGE PARTY
Gaynor was recently interviewed by Régine Debatty, writer, curator, critic, and founder of we-make-money-not-art.com
Salone del Mobile, Milan's annual furniture fair held during the city's Design Week, featured a 10th straight appearance from the School of the Art Institute
Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects alum Jason Salavon (MFA 1997) will be the first artist to integrate his work into a recently unveil
SAIC faculty and alum Sharon Burdett (MFA 2005, Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects) has won the 2017 Startup Challenge for her inventi
Thomas Kong's shortlisted entry for the Next Helsinki international architectural competition was published in the book, The Helsinki Effect: Public Alternatives to the Guggenheim Model of Culture-Driven Development.
The Urban Orchard Project is an educational, environmental, and human initiative that changes our relationship with death.
Newcity recently released its 2017 "Design 50: Who Shapes Chicago" featuring the designers, curators, organizers, and educators who majorly influenc