Sullivan Galleries: 2014
ATTACHMENTS: AIADO and Fashion Graduate Exhibition
June 7–July 3, 2014
On view during NeoCon, North America’s largest design exposition, ATTACHMENTS features 19 works by graduating design students in the Master of Fine Arts in Designed Objects; Master of Design in Designed Objects; Master of Design in Fashion, Body and Garment; Master of Architecture with an Emphasis in Interior Architecture; and Master of Architecture programs.
It celebrates single components as well as the bonds between them. Featured works seek connections within personal and public environments through collaborative experience, collective involvement, and physical and emotional attachment to objects as they represent histories or map behaviors.
The exhibition is curated and designed by faculty members Odile Compagnon and Ania Jaworska, with graduate assistant Jessica Moss (MA 2015). Reinforcing the concept of exchange, the exhibition layout allows for conversations between disciplines, each allotted to a specific area but linked together within a promenade, which is punctuated by larger installations.
Featuring designers: Ceyda Akosman, Kathie Chung, Tim Fates, Steve Jae Seok Kwak, Youngeun Kwun, Hao Liu, Berthold Marckwardt, Joshua McVey, Kristen Moreau, Jed Morganstein, Fei Nie, Carlos Ortega, Zachary Pino, Christopher Smith, Lindsey Whittle, Dante Wilkins, Tyler Willis, Ah Ron Won, and Man Yuan.
Also on view are installations from the SAIC courses whatnot, Thing Lab, and Advanced Shape and Theory and the GRFY Studio course Publi©ity.
Post-Baccalaureate Exhibition 2014
June 7–July 3, 2014
The Post-Baccalaureate Exhibition presents work by artists completing their Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Studio and Fashion, Body and Garment.
Featuring artists include: Sarah Bastress, Pame Bueno, Lucia Calderon-Arrieta, Yixiao Chai, Abbye Churchill, Malone Detro, Katherine Doyle, Juan Camilo Guzman, Christine Han, Joanne Kim, Megumi Maruyama, Miri Phelps, Tyler Polk, Sarah Rabeda, Risa Recio, Erina Shibata, Jessica Stanfill, Sangeun Sung, Orkideh Torabi, Jackie Tufford, Bryant Worley, and Ran Zhao.
MFA Show Spring 2014
April 26–May 14, 2014
The MFA Show is the culminating presentation of MFA candidates and an opportunity for new and ambitious work to be presented to the public. For four months, graduating MFAs work with a team of three distinguished Guest Curators and 11 Graduate Curatorial Assistants to envision the exhibition. This invested approach allows for dialogue, process, and collaborative decision-making to bring the MFA Show to fruition over time.
This year's Guest Curators are Naomi Beckwith (Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago), Sarah Urist Green (Curator and Host, The Art Assignment), and Cortney Lederer (MFA 2009—Director of Exhibitions and Residencies, Chicago Artists Coalition).
For more information on participating artists, the curatorial teams, and to see the making of the MFA Show in process, visit
ARTBASH 2014: Contemporary Practices Exhibition
April 12–25, 2014
The LeRoy Neiman Center, 37 S. Wabash Ave., floors 1–3
First-year students from the Department of Contemporary Practices exhibit new interdisciplinary art and design works. Students have the opportunity to participate through site-specific proposals, an open call for work, and by faculty nomination.
FIRST Catalog Release Party
Saturday, April 11, 4:00–7:00 p.m.
Sharp Building, 37 S. Wabash Ave., room 213
FIRST Catalog is a publication of work made by CP students in the first semester of their freshman year. The book is designed in collaboration with d.Studio. FIRST 2014 was designed by Lizzie Callen (BFA 2014).
GIF wwwrapped II
Friday, April 11, 4:30–7:00 p.m.
Sharp Building, 37 S. Wabash Ave., room 215
An exhibition of URL-based work.
Friday, April 11, 6:00–7:00 p.m.
Sharp Building, 37 S. Wabash Ave., rooms 326 and 327
An exhibition of performance and time-based work.
48.24.12 Video Contest
Saturday, April 12, 4:30–7:00 p.m.
Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State St.
A live juried screening of student films, shot and edited in 48 hours and submitted as part of the 48.24.12 competition.
Spring Undergraduate Exhibition
Travis Tiblier (BFA 2014), Beach Mart, 2013
March 15–April 2, 2014
More than 300 talented SAIC students completing undergraduate degrees this spring exhibit their innovative work. SAIC promotes crossing disciplines and challenging received assumptions, and the results of this approach are showcased in this exhibition.
The Art of Connection
The Art of Connection exhibition showcases artwork by graduate Art Therapy students and the individuals they work with at their internship sites. Artwork in the show reflects the varied settings, populations, and practices of art therapy and represents a culmination of the Master of Arts in Art Therapy program at SAIC.
Thursday, January 16, 2014
This one-night event takes over the north Sullivan Galleries. Bring your video files, laptops, and/or devices and connect them to projector stations throughout the galleries and show your work. All SAIC students, alumni, faculty, and staff are invited to participate. Just sign-up for a time slot on the night of the event. First come, first served.
Let us know you're coming so we can prepare accordingly. Email your RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. All are invited to stop by and see the works on view as they change throughout the evening! The galleries are free and open to the public.
Please note participants will be asked to sign an SAIC loan form and agree to exhibit original work for which they own the copyright. Participants must secure permission to exhibit the work from all individuals appearing within their work. In the event that SAIC deems a work inappropriate or offensive, we retain the right to cease projection.
December 14–February 15, 2014
Tracing Affinities presents new projects by current students and recent alumni selected through portfolio reviews by the SAIC Exhibitions and Exhibition Studies Committee. Resulting from the continued conversations, exchanges, and new understandings shared between participating artists and curators, the exhibition envisions connections between the range of conceptual and material investigations presented in the show. Tracing Affinities is curated by Graduate Curatorial Assistants Catalina Acosta-Carrizosa (Dual MA 2015) and Raven Munsell (Dual MA 2014).
Featured artists include Kayla Anderson, Jase Flannery, Lindsey French, Aram Han, Kim Harty, Jeremiah Jones, Soohyun Kim, Christina Kostoff, Daniel Luedtke, Billy McGuinness, Rosalina Perez, Sabri Reed, Rose Sexton, Sarah Williams, and Hyounsang Yoo.