SAIC Faculty Tom Burtonwood and Holly Holmes Talk with Bad at Sports

Contemporary art talk podcast Bad At Sports featured SAIC faculty members Tom Burtonwood and Holly Holmes.

Newcity Interviews SAIC’s Mary Jane Jacob

Mary Jane Jacob, Executive Director of Exhibitions and Exhibition studies at SAIC, talks about her $50,000 fellowship from the Warhol Foundation.

High Museum of Art Names Alumna Lily Siegel Assistant Curator

SAIC alumna Lily Siegel (MA 2007) has been appointed Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.

SAIC Community Dominates Newcity’s Art 50

SAIC faculty and alumni dominated Newcity’s inaugural Art 50 issue released September 20 (circ. 40,000), together comprising 30 of the 50 noted artists.

SAIC Partners with Palmer House Hilton for New Rooftop Garden

SAIC partnered with Palmer House Hilton on its new rooftop garden, the latest improvement to the building that was Chicago’s answer to the great fire of 1871.

The Great Refusal Featured in Newcity and Bad at Sports

Newcity gave Chicago readers the latest review of The Great Refusal: Taking On New Queer Aesthetics.

Alumna Monique Meloche Talks about Her Career and Gallery Weekend

The Chicago Tribune featured a profile on SAIC alumna Monique Meloche (1991–93)—gallerist and founder of upcoming Gallery Weekend Chicago.

Sullivan Galleries’ Detroit, USA Is Something to Get Excited About

On September 16, the Chicago Tribune’s guest critic Claudine Ise selected Detroit, USA: Material, Site, Narrative for her preview.

LeRoy Neiman’s Last Painting Featured in Crain’s Chicago Business

Crain’s Chicago Business published an article September 5 about the last work of the late LeRoy Neiman.

Sullivan Galleries Exhibitions Receive Coverage Ahead of Opening Receptions

<em>Time Out Chicago</em> reviews the Sullivan Galleries’ <em>Roger Brown: This Boy’s Own Story</em> in the magazine’s September 13 edition.

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