As the IN>TIME Performance Festival moves towards a close on March 2, discussions about the festival’s future have already begun.
The “urbane, equine spectacle” shows “harried commuters...going about their business, until a small herd of Cave’s Soundsuited dancers trot into view.”
Google commemorated the birth of Chicago artist and SAIC alumnus Edward Gorey on February 22.
On February 21 "New City" reprinted a letter penned by SAIC faculty member Shannon Stratton (Art History, Theory, and Criticism).
On October 31, 2013 SAIC will award a juried literary prize for the best recent visual arts publication by a member of its faculty.
MIT Professor Nicholas Negroponte presents a lecture entitled “Artists/Designers/Entrepreneurs: Is Art School the New Business School?”
ArtInfo published an interview with 2014 Whitney Biennial curator and SAIC Painting and Drawing Chair Michelle Grabner.
Design blogs +MOOD and Dexigner highlighted the LeRoy Neiman Center—SAIC’s “central focus point” on campus.
Atlantic magazine blog Atlantic Cities argues that despite perceived drawbacks, Chicago is quickly becoming the next great city for America’s artists.
In a February 13 review, Lori Waxman surveys the “delirious, bedazzling assault” of Frizzleflopsqueezepop, faculty member Claire Ashley's exhibition.