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.
Chicago Reader posted “A List of 20 Notable Classics and Rediscoveries that Screened in Chicago in 2012,” featuring five Gene Siskel Film Center programs.
ARTwork 6 Showcases Art Created by Employees of the Museum and the School More Than 165 Artists’ Works on View at the Sullivan Galleries January 19–February 1
Biennial series extended to feature local and international artists in 14 Chicago venues
Time Out Chicago featured Noelle Sharp (BFA 2012) and her intricate textile accessories line Aporta in the Shopping section of its December 13–19 edition.
The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce Tri State Alliance for Regional Development recently unveiled its new logo designed by SAIC student Tracy Lee (BFA 2015).
Chicago's leading public forum on the presentation and contemplation of contemporary art, design, and scholarship begins February 5.
Recipients of the 2013 James Weinstein Memorial Fellowship and the 2013 Fred Endsley Memorial Fellowships announced.