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.

VICE Profiles Multi-talented SAIC Student

VICE profiled SAIC student Meaghan Garvey (BFA 2012) in “Talking to the Holy Ghost In Her Bugatti” posted on November 6.

SAIC Faculty Collaboration Earns MacArthur Foundation Grant

Every House Has a Door, created by Lin Hixson (Performance) and Matthew Goulish (Liberal Arts), received a $32,500 MacArthur Foundation grant.

Sullivan Galleries Exhibition Named “Best Critical Art Project of the Year”

Newcity named Chicago Torture Justice Memorials Project at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries the “Best Critical Art Project in Chicago This Year.”

Trio of SAIC Exhibitions on Local and U.S. Justice Systems

Opening the Black Box: The Charge is Torture Among Trio of SAIC Exhibitions on Local and U.S. Justice Systems

SAIC Alumni on New York Times Art and Entertainment Front Cover

The November 1 edition of the New York Times spotlights SAIC alumni Paul Chan (BFA 1996) and Laurie Jo Reynolds (MFA 2000) in “Voting Against Ruffled Feathers."

The Red Eye Chicago Announces Election Night Events on SAIC Campus

The Red Eye Chicago announced SAIC’s election night plans on November 5.

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