The latest Sullivan Galleries exhibition earns high marks in Chicago’s biggest publications.
Rooting: Regional Networks, Global Concerns explores food production through “poetic visual tactics.”
The SAIC faculty member discusses her new role as co-curator of the 2014 Whitney Biennial.
SAIC has been selected to participate in a national initiative on civic learning and democratic engagement.
Faculty member Frances Whitehead, lead artist on the 606 design team, spearheads cultural projects along the abandoned Chicago tracks.
At least 18 SAIC community members earn coverage for how they shape Chicago’s cultural landscape.
Peter Plagens reviews “charming” works by Phyllis Bramson.
Alumna and Tamms Tean Year Campaign founder Laurie Jo Renolds (MFA 2000) earns the Lenore Annenberg Prize for Art and Social Change.
Ebere Okparaeke and Dante Wilkins win Gensler’s fifth annual Diversity Scholarship.
Jason Foumberg spotlights student work curated by Amanda Ross-Ho on his short list of the fair’s must-see attractions.