A new graphic novel-memoir from Knisley digs into the marriage industry.
Johnson joins other artists curated under the common theme of defining Blackness.
The media artist is a part of the ICP’s first show in its new home.
The filmmaker is receiving attention from media around the world for his genre of politically urgent movies.
Sarah Kristen Williams and Nicholas Merlock Jackson will use their awards to fund research-intensive adventures abroad.
Gary LaPointe and April Martin will join 16 other winners from around the country for a reception and exhibition this fall.
SAIC alum Kindra Crick combines art and science in a sculpture honoring her grandfather.
With RADIOACTIVE: Stories from Beyond the Wall, the renowned faculty member uses a multimedia project to confront mass incarceration.
Three artists critique sexism in the tech field by reimagining its treatment of femininity with the Cybertwee project.
SAIC Alum Jeff Koons interviewed by the Huffington Post.