“Art School Is the Place to Be,” says Nicholas Negroponte

On March 8 SAIC lecture series Conversations on Art and Science welcomed Nicholas Negroponte, professor and Chairman Emeritus of the MIT Media Lab.

2013 BFA Show Opening Brings Record Attendance

Reporting from opening night of the 2013 BFA show, "F Newsmagazine" writer Nicole Rhoden detailed the “sensory overload” experienced by an enormous crowd.

Summer 2013 Kurtich Scholars Announced

The John W. Kurtich Foundation Travel Scholarships advance student opportunities to participate in international study programs.

Alumna Presents “A Future Vision of the Future”

"ArtSlant" published an interview with AIC alumna Saya Woolfalk (MFA 2004) about of her first solo exhibition at Third Streaming gallery in New York.

Students Build Furniture for Families in Need

"Medill Reports" highlights a group of five SAIC students “exercising their commercial and technical skills to benefit a community in need."

Alumnus Details Unconventional “Oil Skins”

"W" Magazine spent “Five Minutes With Angel Otero,” a New York–based artist and SAIC alumnus “who transforms liquid material into thick-yet-elegant layers."

Faculty Member Presents “Eerily Authentic” Installation

Writer Tomi Obaro highlights faculty member and sound artist Shawn Decker’s installation at the Chicago Cultural Center

At the Met, Alumnus Celebrates "Season of Cambodia"

"Cambodian Rattan," an exhibition of sculptures by SAIC alumnus Sopheap Pich (MFA PTDW 1999), iscurrently on view at the New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Successful Season Affirms Promising Future for IN>TIME Festival

As the IN>TIME Performance Festival moves towards a close on March 2, discussions about the festival’s future have already begun.

Nick Cave’s “Heard” Storms Grand Central Station

The “urbane, equine spectacle” shows “harried commuters...going about their business, until a small herd of Cave’s Soundsuited dancers trot into view.”

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