SAIC Alumna Profiled by Windy City Times

Bruni talked about her work and love of vintage architecture.

Chicago Trib: SAIC Molds Artists Through New Tools, Traditional Principles

Students are encouraged to understand how traditional techniques can go hand-in-hand with new technology.

Mohn Family Foundation Gives $2.5 Million to SAIC

The gift, the largest from parents of an SAIC alum, establishes a professorship and fellowship within the Department of Art History, Theory, and Criticism.

Works of SAIC Performance Students Highlighted in the New York Times

Performance students are creating buzz in New York with several recent performances.

Documentary Inspired by Late SAIC Alum Hilgos to air on Chicago's PBS Station

"I Remember Better When I Paint" explores the effect of creative therapies on Alzheimer's patients.

SAIC Alum Helps Veterans Struggling with PTSD

Richard Casper's experience at SAIC helped him overcome his own struggles with PTSD.

SAIC Announces Winner of the Jean Goldman Book Prize

SAIC professor and accomplished writer and photographer, Shawn Michelle Smith, received the annual prize at the Literary Lions Luncheon on Oct. 7

SAIC Receives $50,000 Scholarship from Morton Salt

In honor of the 100th birthday of the salt brand's iconic logo, 50 SAIC students were awarded scholarships for the 2014-15 academic year.

ArtNet Reviews "A Proximity of Consciousness"

The exhibit features socially-engaged art in an array of forms.

SAIC Joins JED and Clinton Health Matters Program to Support Student Mental Health

SAIC Partners with The Jed Foundation and The Clinton Foundation to Assess and Enhance Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Suicide Prevention Programming

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