Atlantic magazine blog Atlantic Cities argues that despite perceived drawbacks, Chicago is quickly becoming the next great city for America’s artists.
In a February 13 review, Lori Waxman surveys the “delirious, bedazzling assault” of Frizzleflopsqueezepop, faculty member Claire Ashley's exhibition.
SAIC retained its number one ranking among 21 colleges of art and design nationwide in the Global Language Monitor's 2013 MediaBuzz rankings.
Professor and Executive Director of Exhibition Studies at SAIC Mary Jane Jacob is the new guest writer for Bad at Sports.
Creatures of the Wind welcomed a storm of enthusiastic praise from three of the fashion world’s foremost forums.
"Time Out Chicago" reviews SAIC faculty member Claire Ashley’s solo exhibition at the Chicago Cultural Center.
The "Primetime" section of the Chicago Tribune spotlights SAIC's Continuing Studies Program.
As WBEZ contributor Britt Julious argues, restrictions can often “provide a chance to experiment with one’s work and develop without set rules or paths in line.
On February 6, WTTW program Chicago Tonight spotlighted SAIC alumnus and influential artist H.C. Westermann (1947), known to close friends as Cliff.