Kenneth Bailey: Art, Design and Resilience

 

March 28
Sullivan Galleries

A conversation with Kenneth Bailey, co-founder of Design Studio for Social Intervention, on the role of Art and Design at the intersection of civic engagement, social justice and building resilience in communities, followed by a roundtable discussion.

Presented by the Institute for Curatorial Research & Practice.

 


Spring BFA Show

March 11–31
Sullivan Galleries

More than 300 talented SAIC students completing undergraduate degrees 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

Image design: Teresa Sit Foote, Jessie Lanae James, Kandi Jamieson

 


January 27–February 11
Sullivan Galleries

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.

Participating art therapy graduate students include: Paige Atkinson, Jessica Claussen, Rumi Clinton, Crystal Renée Drake, Teresa Sit Foote, Andi Freberg, Victoria Herrera, Amelia Holzer, Cassidy Kassab, Ji Min Kim, Jessie Lanae James, Kandi Jamieson, Sarah Jane Jeziorski, Benjamin Mengebier, Robert Narciso, Lindsey Payson, Meredith Raque, Quinn Rivenburgh, and Meg South

This exhibition showcases artwork by graduate art therapy students and the people 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 the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.