SAIC student and former instructor Lynn Basa (MFA 2016) has expanded her studio space into a new art gallery in Chicago’s Avondale neighborhood.
A review in the New York Times calls the current show by Saya Woolfalk (MFA 2004) “engagingly imaginative.”
The L.A. Times spotlights SAIC alum Casey Jane Ellison (BFA 2009) and her television and animation work that merges artistic practice with comedic persona.
The gift will support the school's College Arts Access Program for Chicago high school students.
The Wall Street Journal highlights Paula Crown (MFA 2012) and the opening of her first solo show in New York.
Art for Progress interviews SAIC alum Katya Grokhovsky about the value of her MFA degree and what it means to be an interdisciplinary artist.
Writer, curator, and performance artist Sandrine Schaefer (Low Res MFA 2016) is one of four winners who will receive an honorarium and funding for work at ICA.
SAIC President Walter Massey speaks on the ways SAIC is integrating art and science into an interdisciplinary laboratory for human creativity and advancement.
A new exhibition by SAIC Painting and Drawing Professor Tyson Reeder appears on The New Yorker’s list of art to see around town.
SAIC students gain real-world, hands-on experience in the design industry working alongside industry professionals.