Edition 48 of Selvedge magazine features an absorbing overview of Material Translations: Japanese Fashion from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Chicago media outlets enthusiastically welcomed IN>TIME 13, the citywide performance art festival organized by SAIC Performance faculty member Mark Jeffery.
Time Out Chicago featured Sic Transit Gloria Mundi by Industry of the Ordinary creators Mathew Wilson (MFA 1993) and Adam Brooks (MFA 1989).
Caroline Picard of Art21 explored mambomountain, an exhibition of large-scale oil and acrylic paintings by SAIC faculty member Candida Alvarez.
The Oxford American Dictionary bestowed the title “Word of the Year 2012” to “GIF,” the short, looped animations disseminated through popular Internet channels.
Despite naming Roger Brown the most “cuddly” among the Chicago imagists, the Wall Street Journal notes the artist “was also something of a crusader."
Hyperallergic announced SAIC Fashion faculty member Nick Cave plans to populate Grand Central Station with a herd of his animated Soundsuits.
The Huffington Post selected SAIC’s Gene Siskel Film Center as one of the city’s Best Alternative Movie Theaters.
“Grafitti Writers Return from Exile,” published by the Examiner on January 15, details the creative career of SAIC alumnus Mario ZORE Gonzalez Jr. (CS 1989–94).
New York’s Villager Writer Gary Sharpiro consults David Raskin on the opening of Donald Judd’s former home and studio this spring.