August 14, 2018

President Elissa Tenny Shares Career Experience with Thrive Global

SAIC President Elissa Tenny was recently interviewed by Thrive Global, a well-being and productivity platform started by Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post.

August 13, 2018

Forbes Features Alum Allison Zuckerman

Allison Zuckerman (Post-Bac 2013, MFA 2015) was featured in a Forbes article.

August 10, 2018

Glassmaking Goes Experimental

Students learn about glassmaking in the course Hot Projects: Glass Production Workshop.

August 10, 2018

Crain's Chicago Business Features SAIC's Social Media Campaign

Social media campaigns have proven to be an effective way of raising funds and attracting user engagement according to the results of campaigns run by SAIC and local nonprofit, Working in the Schools (WITS).

August 7, 2018

Richard Hunt to Sculpt Ida B. Wells Memorial

SAIC alum Richard Hunt (BA 1957, HON 1979) has been chosen to sculpt the Ida B.

August 6, 2018

Crain's Chicago Business Features John McKinnon's Various Elmhurst Art Museum Initiatives

Crain's Chicago Business features John McKinnon's (MA 2008) initiatives for the Elmhurst Art Museum’s increased engagement with the public.

August 3, 2018

Roberta Smith Reviews Gallery Series Featuring Karl Wirsum

Roberta Smith (HON 2017) recently reviewed the gallery series titled Painting: Now and Forever, Part III , which features the work of Karl Wirsum (BFA 1961, HON 2016).

August 1, 2018

SAIC Alum Featured in Chicago Reader's Makers Issue 2018

Self-proclaimed "underpants extraordinaire," SAIC alum Amy Taylor (BA 2010), was featured in the Chicago Reader's "Makers Issue 2018."

August 1, 2018

Amir Berbić Works with Michael Rakowitz to Honor Tamir Rice

Michael Rakowitz worked in collaboration with graphic designer Amir Berbić (MFA 2004) to create collection bins that were placed around the city of Cleveland and encouraged people to donate the orange items that would become the focus of the installation A Color Removed.

July 27, 2018

Denise and Gary Gardner on Why African American Art Matters

Supporters and sponsors of the current Charles White: A Retrospective at the Art Institute of Chicago, Denise and Gary Gardner, talk to the New York Times, about their art, their life, and why African American art matters.

July 26, 2018

Anonymous Was a Woman Grant Founder Reveals Identity

New York-based photographer Susan Unterberg has finally come forward as the previously anonymous donor behind unrestricted grant program Anonymous Was A Woman. Unterberg has paid out a total of $5.5 million over 22 years to support underrecognized female artists, some of whom include SAIC faculty and alumni.

July 24, 2018

SAIC Alum's Work Aims to Overcome Division

SAIC alum Ramón Jiménez Cárdenas (BFA 2018) was recently featured in an article in Fast Company for his project Mending Wall, a series of eight grappling hooks he created as a response to the designs being considered for President Trump's proposed wall along the US's southern border. Although the objects are not meant to be truly functional, their symbolism (one is in the shape of a house) becomes a "hopeful statement that the practical and ideological forces behind the border wall can be defeated," reports Fast Company.

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