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August 11, 2017

Lingua Ignota Profiled in Village Voice

As her EP appears to strong reviews, SAIC alum Kristin Hayter (BFA 2008) traces the roots of her visceral and varied practice in an extensive profile in the Village Voice.

August 11, 2017

Mary Fons Talks Quilts, Creating with Tribune

With a popular blog, a TV hosting gig, and on the brink of wrapping up an MFA in the School's Writing department, Mary Fons (MFA 2018) has a lot on her plate.

August 9, 2017

Riva Lehrer Contributes to New York Times

Artist, educator, and curator Riva Lehrer (SAIC 1993–95, Painting and Drawing) was this week's guest columnist for the New York Times' weekly "Disability" series.

August 8, 2017

SAIC Offers New Museum Education Graduate Scholars Program

This fall, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) will launch its Museum Education Graduate Scholars Program, a joint venture between the Art Institute of Chicago’s Department of Learning and Public Engagement and the School’s Graduate Division.

August 8, 2017

Student and Faculty Work Featured in New Boutique Hotels

The Ace Hotel and Hotel EMC2, new additions to Chicago's boutique hotel scene, both feature works by SAIC students and faculty.

August 7, 2017

SAIC Faculty and Alumni Awarded Grants from the Graham Foundation

SAIC is well represented on the Graham Foundation’s list of 2017 grantees.

August 4, 2017

An Award-Winning Year for SAIC’s Marketing and Communications Office

SAIC’s Marketing and Communications team recently received national recognition for their work on several projects.

August 4, 2017

Candida Alvarez’s Exhibition Reviewed by the Chicago Tribune

“There’s something here for everyone,” writes Lori Waxman (Art History, Theory, and Criticism, New Arts Journalism) in a recent review for the Chicago Tribune of Here, a solo exhibition of work by SAIC Professor in the Painting and Drawing department,

August 4, 2017

Art Everywhere

SAIC alumni contribute to Chicago's "Year of Public Art."

August 2, 2017

Alumni Featured in Group Show on Racial Violence

Several SAIC alumni are featured in the Brooklyn Museum's show The Legacy of Lynching: Confronting Racial Terror in America. As part of a partnership with the nonprofit Equal Justice Initiative, the exhibition combines research on the history of violence against Black people and communities with works from the museum's collection.

August 2, 2017

Alum's Film Wins Top Prize at Jerusalem Film Festival

Hong Sang-soo’s (MFA 1989) film On the Beach at Night Alone won the prestigious Wilf Family Foundation Award (worth $20,000) for best international film at the 34th Jerusalem Film Festival, reports Variety. The jury called Sang-soo’s film “a mysterious magic, rooted in the heart of daily life” that he had crafted with “the simplest of cinematic tools.”

August 2, 2017

Donald Sultan's "Disaster Paintings" Reviewed by Washington Post

Donald Sultan's (MFA 1975) show The Disaster Paintings was reviewed by the Washington Post.


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