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December 9, 2014

SAIC Assistant Professor Talks About Hometown, Family, and Practice

Assistant Professor LaToya Ruby Frazier (Photography) recently published The Notion of Family, which features her photographs of the reality of living in the American Rust Belt.

December 3, 2014

SAIC Alum Rescues a Century-Old Letterpress Business

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel recently talked to SAIC alum, Ashley Town (MFA 2014), about her new business, Bay View Printing Co.

December 3, 2014

SAIC Program Helps CPS Students Learn the Art of Being an Artist

The Chicago Sun-Times recently tagged along with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) students enrolled in SAIC's Inside Innovative Minds course, a program that "exposes students to the many fields in art and design and helps to keep art thriving amid its diminished role in high school classrooms as students are required to take more math, science and language courses." The course serves as a bridge program to allow high school sophomores, ju

December 3, 2014

New York Times Highlights Alum's "Solo-ish" Show

SAIC alum Joseph Silovsky (1991–93) is putting up a a "solo-ish" show, Send for the Million Men at the Here Arts Center in New York City this month.

December 3, 2014

Celebrated Alum Richard Hunt Puts up Two Shows in Chicago

SAIC alum Richard Hunt's (BA 1957) career as a metal sculptor began in 1956, when New York’s Museum of Modern Art acquired his work.

December 2, 2014

Future Worlds

Equal parts art and anthropology, an SAIC alum’s mixed media installations investigate contemporary culture through future utopias.

December 2, 2014

Art School Connections

Kristen Thiele brings together fellow Miami-based SAIC alumni for a multimedia exhibition during Art Basel Miami.

November 25, 2014

Former F News Editor Receives 2014 Hugo Boss Prize

SAIC alum Paul Chan (BFA 1996) was recently named Hugo Boss Prize Winner 2014 by the Guggenheim Museum.

November 25, 2014

SAIC Associate Dean Exhibits at the Portrait Society Gallery

In a round-up of Milwaukee-area art exhibits, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel highlighted work from SAIC Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, Lynn Tomaszewski, which can be seen at The Portrait S

November 19, 2014

Robert and Diane Levy Give $1 Million to SAIC

CHICAGO—The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), one of the nation’s leading art and design schools, announced a $1 million gift from Diane v. S. and Robert M. Levy. The donation will support need-based scholarships for undergraduate students, as well as the school’s Annual Fund. Available for the 2015 academic year, the gift will establish the Diane v. S. and Robert M. Levy Scholarships, supporting SAIC’s long-standing commitment to providing a world-class art and design education for all students, regardless of economic background.

November 19, 2014

SAIC Assistant Professor Invited to Participate in Event at NYU Abu Dhabi

SAIC Assistant Professor and Graduate Coordinator Shaurya Kumar (Printmedia) has been invited to attend a three-day convention at New York University (NYU) Abu Dhabi's campus later this year.

November 19, 2014

SAIC's Efforts to Create a Gender-Safe Environment in USA Today

Last month, SAIC's efforts to create a gender-safe environment were recognized by PBS's Religion & Ethics program.

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