Image credit: Ji Soo Kang (BFA 2012), "Birth of a Star: where all the loner socks go," 2012, mixed media. Photo by James Prinz
Image credit: Ji Soo Kang (BFA 2012), "Birth of a Star: where all the loner socks go," 2012, mixed media. Photo by James Prinz
October 23

2013 Fall Undergraduate Exhibition Opens Friday, November 1

More than 90 talented SAIC students completing undergraduate degrees this fall will exhibit their innovative work November 2 through 16, in the Fall Undergraduate Exhibition at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries, 33 South State Street, 7th floor. This year’s opening reception, which is free and open to the public, takes place Friday, November 1, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. For more information visit saic.edu/exhibitions or call 312.629.6635.

SAIC promotes crossing disciplines and challenging assumptions through a range of theory- and skill-based coursework, and the results of this approach are showcased in this exhibition. Tiffany Holmes, Dean of Undergraduate Studies, says, "The Fall Undergraduate Exhibition is the culminating event for our artists, designers, and scholars who developed their practices by designing their own curricular pathways in order to investigate new configurations of ideas, processes, and materials."

Participating artists include Nicholas Alguire, Madeline Amelia, Kristen Allen, Kayla Anderson, Beatriz Kaye Aquino-Sison, George Artinian, Hannah Ayers, Pete Adam Bialecki, Malcolm Black, Greg Broseus, Veronica Buitron, Yeon Kyung (Charlotte) Cha, Emily F. Condon, Emily Correnti, Bridget Erin Crowe, Kate Csato, Esmeralda Cuevas, Sabrina De Martini, Amy Deneselya, Kaitlin Dodds, Stephen D’Onofrio, Sara Douglas, Dove Drury-Hornbuckle, Cory Durst, Ranran Fan, Jolie Foo, Egan Franks, Francesca Garcia, Evelin Garza-Luna, Milana Goings, Andrew Green, Emily Haasch, Nasim Hantehzadeh, Therese Harrah, Erin Hedrington, Gabriella Hileman, Kari Itamoto, Caitlin Ivrey, Genevieve Jaying, Alexis Keramaris, IK Kim, Patrick Krawczykowski, Kayleigh Kueffner, Therese Kuempel, Abe Lampert, Brett Layne, Yoojin Lee, Heaven Chris Hai Bin Lee, Jaein Lee, Woong Soo Lee, Anna Lipscomb, Alexis Machino, Christopher McLaughlin, Neal McNair, Stephanie L. McNeal, Elizabeth Merritt, Natalie Murray, Sandra Nazz, Trii Ngo, Yoon Jung Noh, Jacy Nordmeyer, C. E. O'Connor, Elizabeth Charlotte Orbán, Hyerin Park, Terry Park, Selden Paterson, Ksenia Potocki-Rudnicki, Collin Pressler, Jennifer Qian, Noël Antigone Quigley, Barbra Rhees, Emma Robbins, Lillian Roberds, Guillermo Rodriguez Torres, Naris Saropala, Alena Saunders, Katie Jo Schräpier, Yoonjung Seo, Krissy Singer, April Jin Son, Patrick Stoltman, Allegra Tansey, Julia Von De Bur, Kevin Barrett Weil, Kimberly Wilhelm, Bo Yoon, Ho Jae Sonia Yun, and Vera Xingyu Zhang.

ABOUT THE SULLIVAN GALLERIES
The Sullivan Galleries brings to Chicago audiences the work of acclaimed and emerging artists, while providing the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) and the public opportunities for direct involvement and exchange with the discourses of art today. With shows and projects often led by faculty or student curators, it is a teaching gallery that engages the exhibition process as a pedagogical model and mode of research. Comprising approximately 30,000 square feet, the Sullivan Galleries are the largest single contemporary gallery space in Chicago’s Loop, and are located in the recently renovated Sullivan Center, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings. The building was originally designed by architect Louis Sullivan and was home to the flagship store for Carson Pirie Scott & Co. for more than a century. The Sullivan Galleries are generally free and open to the public Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

ABOUT THE SCHOOL OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO
A leader in educating artists, designers, and scholars since 1866, SAIC offers nationally accredited undergraduate and graduate degrees and post-baccalaureate programs to nearly 3,200 students from around the globe. SAIC also enables adults, high school students, middle school students, and children to flourish in a variety of courses, workshops, certificate programs, and camps through its Continuing Studies program. Located in the heart of Chicago, SAIC has an educational philosophy built upon an interdisciplinary approach to art and design, giving students unparalleled opportunities to develop their creative and critical abilities, while working with renowned faculty who include many of the leading practitioners in their fields. SAIC's resources include the Art Institute of Chicago and its new Modern Wing; numerous special collections and programming venues provide students with exceptional exhibitions, screenings, lectures, and performances.

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