The magazine celebrates filmmaker and former SAIC student as a retrospective of his films opens in New York.
Two past SAIC students are discussed by Chicago Tonight.
Deadline Hollywood recently reported on the deal to air show by SAIC alum Ian Eastin.
SAIC's Scientist-In-Residence continues to garner praise for her ability to fold together math, science, and baking.
Kemp is an artist, curator, educator and 2012 Guggenheim Fellow who, in his previous role, led efforts to introduce a diverse visiting artist lecture series and establish a new curriculum.
Theaster Gates, Nick Cave, and Chris Ware are all subjects of the upcoming Chicago episode.
American Institute of Architects names Architecture is Fun founder and SAIC faculty member Peter J. Exley its new national At-Large Director.
Getsy published Queer earlier this year as part of Documents on Contemporary Art.
A novel by Writing faculty member Jesse Ball was included on a Chicago-centric summer reading list in the magazine.