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

SAIC Kicks Off Its 146th Year of Visiting Artists

SAIC’s Visiting Artists Program and Conversations at the Edge bring in 20 leading artists and scholars for lectures, symposia, performances, and screenings.

Hairy Who & The Chicago Imagists: Documentary on SAIC Alumni

The documentary traces the stories of artists emerging from SAIC in the '70s and '80s.

SAIC Participates in Hyde Park Art Center’s 75th Anniversary Celebrations

SAIC partners with Hyde Park for "The Chicago Effect: Redefining the Middle” exhibit.

SAIC Alum is Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez’s Go-To Poster Designer

Kurt Volk discusses his career with Troublemaker Studios.

Morton Salt and SAIC Looking for Students "Worth their Salt"

Partnership brings scholarship and design opportunities to SAIC students.

Fast Company Goes Inside the "Bizarre" World of Glitch Art

FVNMA Chair Jon Cates and alums and SAIC faculty members Nick Briz and Paul Hertz featured in the article about the emerging new media art.

Susan Giles Named Hyde Park Art Center Chicago Resident Artist

Beginning in September, alum joins five other artists in the residency program's sophomore year.

Richard Hunt Receives Fifth Star Award

SAIC alum has produced more public sculptures than any other artist in the US

In Memorium: Barbara DeGenevieve

Accomplished artist and educator passes away after a battle with cancer.

Artists and Alum Margaret Wharton to be Celebrated in Exhibit

Jean Albano Gallery to celebrate the life and work of local artist.

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