Newcity Interviewed Scott and Tyson Reeder about Curating the Alumni Exhibition at the Sullivan Galleries
Sen Chang (BFA 2010) designs the world’s thinnest and lightest solar charger.
Brad Callahan designed costumes for Miley Cyrus and her fellow performers.
The Chicago Tribune mentions SAIC faculty member Eric Leonardson’s efforts to raise awareness of the importance of sound.
The Smithsonian has digitized a scrapbook of clippings by the artist Ray Yoshida, supposedly created in the late 60s
“Chicago Connection – Artists from the Post War Period,” features the works of a network of artists who attended SAIC in the 50s and 60s.
The New Yorker published a story about the creative turned romantic relationship between artist Barry McGee and SAIC alum Clare Rojas
The 31st Street Beach will be named after Margaret Burroughs, SAIC alum and co-founder of the DuSable Museum of African American History.
Two of the locals featured in Michigan Avenue magazine are SAIC alum Maria Pinto and SAIC faculty member Nick Cave
The Terra Foundation has awarded a $25,000 grant to fund an international conference on the history of art and design in Chicago.