Third Annual Literary Lions Luncheon Draws Distinguished Guests from Chicago's Cultural Community and Beyond
Featuring renowned art critic and guest speaker Jerry Saltz, the exclusive event is highlighted by the Jean Goldman Book Prize awarded to art historian, David Getsy
SAIC faculty performs in Ireland's National Concert Hall on October 16 with music and cupcakes as part of Maths Week
Intersecting contemporary art and design, SAIC alum Paula Crown (MFA 2012) collaborates with HOLLY HUNT Studio for Frieze London Art Fair on October 13-18.
Keynote speaker Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., addresses genealogy and race in America.
SAIC artists are invited to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to address issues regarding juvenile justice.
Doubleday books released Bats of the Republic on October 6, written, designed, and illustrated by SAIC alum Zach Dodson (MFA 2011).
Second-year Designed Objects student, Jay Hyun Kim (MDes 2016), has designs on integrating functionality, beauty, and sustainability into our daily lives.
Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley tells Surface the best things to do in Chicago.
The inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial opened October 3 and will run until January 3, 2016.
Motley was trained in classical European-based painting at SAIC and is one of the most important figures associated with the Harlem Renaissance.