Woolfalk discussed her art in a Q&A for Huffington Post earlier in June.
Members of the SAIC community were well represented at NeoCon’s recent alternative design showcase.
The Atlantic recently reviewed "How To Start a Fire and Why," Ball's latest addition to his unique canon.
Several faculty members and alums teamed up with the Chicago Architecture Foundation for 50 Designers, 50 Ideas, 50 Wards.
Bourneuf's Book, Paul Klee: The Visible and the Legible, offers fresh, critical insight into the artist's life and work.
Syms screens her identity-based video work at the institution's third Made In L.A' biennial, opening this Sunday.
The publication calls Cave one of the "Most Creative Artists Around the Country."
Statement by President Massey and Provost Tenny on Orlando Shootings
Sheree Hovsepian's "organic" work receives acclaim during a studio visit from the publication.
The website celebrates the paintings of SAIC's "Dalek" a.k.a. James Marshall.