Noise Rocker Searches Inward

Chicago musician AZITA

Sensory Deprived in Solitary

A WBEZ segment focuses on the volunteer photographers tasked with capturing the inmate’s desired images for Photo Requests from Solitary.

Art Fair Apathy in Chicago

art critic and SAIC Professor Lori Waxman argues that Chicago needs to do more to become a global art center.

A Message to the Unknown

SAIC alumnus Trevor Paglen’s project The Last Pictures chronicled as it launches into space from Kazakhstan.

SAIC Professor Named a Curator of 2014 Whitney Biennial

Michelle Grabner, Professor and Chair of Painting and Drawing at SAIC, has been named a curator of the 2014 Whitney Biennial

Faculty Performance Arts Group Receives MacArthur Foundation Grant

Every House Has a Door, the performance group created by faculty members Lin Hixson (Performance) and Matthew Goulish (Writing) has received a $32,500 grant.

A Curated Cartoon Collection

T Magazine blog urges “lovers of animation” to see Aboveground Animation—a screening of 20 animated short films curated by SAIC alumna Casey Jane Ellison.

Painted Politics

The New York Times remembered SAIC alumnus Marshall J. Bouldin III (1941–46), whose paintings once lined the walls of the White House and Congress.

Remembering a Radical

Julie Bindel remembers SAIC alumna Shulamith Firestone (BFA 1967) in the November 13 edition of the Sydney Morning Herald.

Alumna Named Chief Strategy Officer of Blue Cross Blue Shield

The White Coat Notes blog announced SAIC alumna Sarah Iselin’s (BFA 1993) new role as chief strategy officer of the Blue Cross Blue Shield.

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