SAIC and CB2 Launch Student-Designed Space-Saving Collection
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SAIC Partners with CB2 to Develop a Space-Saving Collection

Twelve graduate and undergraduate students from SAIC’s Industry Projects class created a unique line of space-saving storage solutions.

SAIC Rounds Out Its 146th Year of Visiting Artists

SAIC Rounds Out Its 146th Year of Visiting Artists
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Wafaa Bilal, The Ashes Series: Chair, archival inkjet photograph, 2003–13, 40" x 50". Copyright Wafaa Bilal. Courtesy of Driscoll Babcock Galleries and Lawrie Shabibi
Wafaa Bilal, The Ashes Series: Chair, archival inkjet photograph, 2003–13, 40" x 50". Copyright Wafaa Bilal. Courtesy of Driscoll Babcock Galleries and Lawrie Shabibi

37 SAIC Artists Included in Newcity's Biennial Art 50 List

SAIC community members include faculty, alumni, and visiting artists.

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

Los Angeles Times Features SAIC Alum’s Merging of Art and Comedy

The L.A. Times spotlights SAIC alum Casey Jane Ellison (BFA 2009) and her television and animation work that merges artistic practice with comedic persona.

The Grainger Foundation Commits $1 Million to SAIC

The gift will support the school's College Arts Access Program for Chicago high school students.

SAIC Alum Paula Crown Celebrates her First NY Solo Show

The Wall Street Journal highlights Paula Crown (MFA 2012) and the opening of her first solo show in New York.

Art for Progress Speaks with SAIC Alum Katya Grokhovsky

Art for Progress interviews SAIC alum Katya Grokhovsky about the value of her MFA degree and what it means to be an interdisciplinary artist.

SAIC Student Wins a 2015 Foster Prize from the Institute of Contemporary Art

Writer, curator, and performance artist Sandrine Schaefer (Low Res MFA 2016) is one of four winners who will receive an honorarium and funding for work at ICA.

PBS Program Interviews SAIC President on Art and Science

SAIC President Walter Massey speaks on the ways SAIC is integrating art and science into an interdisciplinary laboratory for human creativity and advancement.

The New Yorker Reviews Faculty Member’s New Solo Show

A new exhibition by SAIC Painting and Drawing Professor Tyson Reeder appears on The New Yorker’s list of art to see around town.

SAIC and CB2 Launch Student-Designed Space-Saving Collection

SAIC students gain real-world, hands-on experience in the design industry working alongside industry professionals.

SAIC Alum Wins a 2015 Joyce Award

SAIC alum Sanford Biggers (MFA 1999) was one of four artists to receive a 2015 Joyce Award.

Crain’s Spotlights SAIC Alum’s Culinary Mold-Making Business

Crain’s Chicago Business featured the unique enterprise of SAIC alum and master mold maker Michael Joy (BFA 1992).

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