Conversations at the Edge (CATE) Returns to the Big Screen Thursday, March 27
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Thom Andersen, still from "Reconversão," 2012 (Thursday, April 17, 6:00 p.m.)
Thom Andersen, still from "Reconversão," 2012 (Thursday, April 17, 6:00 p.m.)

Spring Public Programs Coming to SAIC Campus
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Lamont Hamilton, "Five on the Black Hand Side," 2013. From the SUGs exhibition "What We All Long For" (LeRoy Neiman Center Gallery, May 5–30)
Lamont Hamilton, "Five on the Black Hand Side," 2013. From the SUGs exhibition "What We All Long For" (LeRoy Neiman Center Gallery, May 5–30)

Walter E. Massey Elected AICAD Board Chair
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SAIC President Walter E. Massey. Photo: Yoni Goldstein
SAIC President Walter E. Massey. Photo: Yoni Goldstein

SAIC Exhibition Space Opens on Chicago's Magnificent Mile
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SAIC at 900 offers an exciting new opportunity to encounter both acclaimed and up-and-coming artists and designers.
SAIC at 900 offers an exciting new opportunity to encounter both acclaimed and up-and-coming artists and designers.

Visiting Artists Program Announces Spring 2014 Season
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Ron Athey, "Solar Anus." Photo: Regis Hertrich
Ron Athey, "Solar Anus." Photo: Regis Hertrich

Record Number of SAIC Community Members Prepare for Whitney Biennial
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Whitney Museum of American Art, 945 Madison Avenue, New York, NY; Architect: Marcel Breuer and Hamilton Smith (1963–1966). Photo: Jerry L. Thompson
Whitney Museum of American Art, 945 Madison Avenue, New York, NY; Architect: Marcel Breuer and Hamilton Smith (1963–1966). Photo: Jerry L. Thompson

Graduate Architecture Program Ranked #7 in the Nation

A new ratings system based solely on student reviews placed SAIC's grad programs for Architecture among the nation's top ten.

The Advanced Output Center in SAIC's department of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects (AIADO)
The Advanced Output Center in SAIC\'s department of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects (AIADO)

Rachel Weiss Receives Jean Goldman Book Prize
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SAIC President Walter Massey, Jean Goldman, David Sedaris (BFA 1989), Rachel Weiss, and Art Institute of Chicago President and Eloise W. Martin Director Douglas Druick at the SAIC Literary Lions Luncheon. Photo: Sara Condo
SAIC President Walter Massey, Jean Goldman, David Sedaris (BFA 1989), Rachel Weiss, and Art Institute of Chicago President and Eloise W. Martin Director Douglas Druick at the SAIC Literary Lions Luncheon. Photo: Sara Condo

F News Sweeps the Student Society for News Design Contest

SAIC's student newsmagazine wins the top prize for overall design.

Faculty Members and Speculative Design Leaders Featured in the Chicago Tribune

Jessica Charlesworth and Tim Parsons characterize science fiction in 2014.

Chicago Tribune Highlights “Whitney Artists in Our Backyard”

Lori Waxman surveys five solo shows by artists featured in the 2014 Whitney Biennial.

SAIC Celebrates 80 Years of Fashion Innovation at Its Annual Fashion Show on Friday, May 2

Renowned artist Nick Cave to receive SAIC’s Legend of Fashion Award at annual benefit, THE WALK, at Millennium Park

Chicago Media Spotlights SAIC’s Spring Art Sale

Chicago Magazine and Crain’s Chicago feature SAIC’s biannual sale of student art work.

WWD Highlights Fashion 2014

Women’s Wear Daily details SAIC's annual fashion show.

Newcity Recommends José Lerma's "Gloriosa Superba"

Faculty member José Lerma explores financial institutions from "an historical and carnivalesque perspective."

Alum Profiled in New York Times Style Magazine

Ben Medansky redefines ceramics with "sleeker, more sophisticated forms."

SAIC to Host Its Annual Spring Undergraduate Exhibition

The exhibit runs from March 15–April 2 and features nearly 300 emerging artists

SAIC Announces 2014 Commencement Speaker and Honorary Doctorate Recipients

Commencement to take place at the Auditorium Theatre, Monday, May 12

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