Michelle Grabner has her first solo show at an encyclopedic art museum, the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Meghan Moe Beitiks will have a work titled "Intra-Active Hitmap" on display at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
SAIC published a series of four volumes that explore the work of Chicago artists and thinkers whose work revolves around social design.
SAIC faculty member and lauded artist, Nick Cave, brings gender, race, and class into question with his colorful “Soundsuits” and public performances.
Sarah Raskey was of the Art Therapy department was commissioned by the Simeone Deary Design Group to create a work for the historic Hotel Allegro.
Marie Krane has been working on paintings based on the minute changes in color of the hydrangeas in her garden for the past eight years.
Interdisciplinary artist and SAIC faculty member, Cheryl Pope, spoke with the hosts of Windy City Live, for their new segment, “My Double Life.”
SAIC President Walter Massey is one of three committee members who will be spearheading the project.
SAIC hosted the Learn x Design International Conference from June 28–30.
Sonya Clark's recent works shed light on racial tensions in the United States.