Gemma Kahng’s Fashion World Resurgence

Wendy Donahue surveys the career of SAIC alumna Gemma Kahng (MFA 1980) in “Designer Gemma Kahng: Fashion’s Comeback Kid” published in the Chicago Tribune.

SAIC Alumnus Appointed to Clarkson University Faculty

North County Now announced the appointment of alumnus Alex Lee (BFA 2005, MFA 2009) as assistant professor of digital arts at Clarkson University.

Alumnus’s Brainchild Gallery Wars Recruits New Art Audience

The Spartan Daily of San Jose State University highlighted Gallery Wars—a new project initiated by SAIC alumnus Scotty Gorham (BFA 2007).

SAIC Connection to Enigmatic Photographer Detailed by New York Times Blog

New York Times’ photography blog posted an excerpt from the book Vivian Maier: Out of the Shadows mentioning SAIC alumnus Jim Dempsey.

Time Out Chicago Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Alumna’s Prolific Gallery

Time Out Chicago highlights SAIC alumna Catherine Edelman (MFA 1987) in “Camera High”.

Award Winning French Architect to Speak at SAIC

Sponsored by SAIC’s William H. Bronson & Grayce Slovet Mitchell Lecture Series, Golden Lion award winner Odile Decq speaks November 27 at 6 p.m.

SAIC Alumna Promotes Peace with Collaborative Public Art Project

The India Post detailed Ten Thousand Ripples—a collaborative public art and civic engagement project featuring 100 Buddha sculptures designed by SAIC alumna.

Final Presentation of Fall Visiting Artists Program Grabs Media Buzz

Artist Lari Pittman finished the fall season of SAIC’s Visiting Artists Program on November 12, discussing his paintings and works on paper.

SAIC Alumna Nominated to State Commission

ENews Forest Park announced Governor Pat Quinn’s appointment of SAIC alumna Amber Smock (MFAW 2004) to Illinois’s Deaf and Hard of Hearing Commission.

Sullivan Galleries Programs Draw Press Coverage

WBEZ announced the November 16 presentation of Photo Requests From Solitary at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries.

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