At MCA, José Lerma Confronts Museum Politics with "Friendly Aesthetic"

“Tongue-in-cheek” works by José Lerma balance “politics, humor and aesthetic ingenuity.”

Art and Tech Alums Conquer Nationwide Building and Innovation Competition

Sensor-activated drums by Hyuns Hong (MFA 2012), Harvey Moon (BFA 2013), and David Hull (MFA 2013) win this year’s Redbull Creation Challenge.

Kate Zeller Plays Instrumental Role in Highly Anticipated Installation

Kate Zeller organizes the site-specific sound and light installation "Divinia Natura" at the Field Museum.

New Exhibition by Faculty Member Confronts Gun Violence

Cheryl Pope collaborates with 400 Chicago teens in "Just Yell."

Faculty Member Featured in Chicago Tribune’s “Pick of the Week”

"Fragment: Sampling the Modern" includes the work of Diana Guerrero-Maciá.

The Artist as Intellectual

Former SAIC Dean of Faculty Carol Becker discusses SAIC’s role in Chicago's political and civic discourse.

Historic Preservation Chair Chronicles His Trip to Libya

Vince Michael details Libya’s post-Qaddafi political climate on the Huffington Post.

Faculty Member Drafts New Plans for Milwaukee Lakefront

Plans by Linda Keane push for more public space.

Site-specific Works Explore an Ephemeral Urban Landscape

Mixed media collages by Betsy van Die prompt global questions of preservation.

Faculty Member Wins Fulbright Scholar Award

Judd Morrissey heads to the University of Bergen in Norway.

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