The Chicago Reader describes SAIC’s alumni show as “pulling out the big guns.”
Iceberg Projects will present the first of its exhibitions devoted to the work of the late SAIC Professor Barbara DeGenevieve: Medusa’s Cave.
The Chicago Tribune interviewed Laura Marie Panozzo about her sculptures and Earth Angel Eco Art.
Maria Pinto, lauded as one of Michelle Obama’s favorite designers, is set to open a new retail store to showcase her M2057 line in the West Loop.
DNAinfo Profiles Outdoor Gallery Started by SAIC Alum and Faculty Member Edra Soto
Edra Soto and her husband, Dan Sullivan, began showing art in the backyard of their Garfield Park home in 2012.
Ellen Sandor (MFA 1975, HON 2014) has accepted Fermilab’s 2016 Artist Residency at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
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.