January 14, 2013
IN>TIME Performance Festival Runs through March 2

Biennial series extended to feature local and international artists in 14 Chicago venues

January 10, 2013
SAIC Student Designs New Logo for Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce

The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce Tri State Alliance for Regional Development recently unveiled its new logo designed by SAIC student Tracy Lee (BFA 2015).

December 19, 2012
Spring Season of Visiting Artists Program Announced

Chicago's leading public forum on the presentation and contemplation of contemporary art, design, and scholarship begins February 5.

December 13, 2012
New Collaboration Unites SAIC with Researchers, Architects, City Officials

SAIC is a founding member of a new consortium supported by a $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.

December 7, 2012
"Opening the Black Box" to Close with Free Performance on Winter Solstice

“The Breaking Wheel” signals the end of the Chicago Torture Justice Memorial Project's collaborative exhibition in the Sullivan Galleries

November 29, 2012
SAIC Professor Named a Curator of 2014 Whitney Biennial

Michelle Grabner, Professor and Chair of Painting and Drawing at SAIC, has been named a curator of the 2014 Whitney Biennial

November 27, 2012
Faculty Performance Arts Group Receives MacArthur Foundation Grant

Every House Has a Door, the performance group created by faculty members Lin Hixson (Performance) and Matthew Goulish (Writing) has received a $32,500 grant.

November 21, 2012
Award Winning French Architect to Speak at SAIC

Sponsored by SAIC’s William H. Bronson & Grayce Slovet Mitchell Lecture Series, Golden Lion award winner Odile Decq speaks November 27 at 6 p.m.

November 13, 2012
Trio of SAIC Exhibitions on Local and U.S. Justice Systems

Opening the Black Box: The Charge is Torture Among Trio of SAIC Exhibitions on Local and U.S. Justice Systems

November 5, 2012
SAIC Hosts 24th Annual Holiday Art Sale Nov. 16–17

Unique Sale Offers One-of-a-Kind Gifts Created by SAIC Students; Ticketed Preview Party Offers First Look