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Sculptor and SAIC alum Diane Simpson talks about her influences and artistic process.
An SAIC alum's photographic series resurfaces after more than four decades.
The 150th Anniversary Distinguished Alumni Lecturer talks about his career, exalts the Chicago Imagists, and sings some Led Zeppelin.
Completed in 1976, the Columbus Drive Building was SAIC’s first building independent of the museum.
A history of the Art and Technology Studies department told by some of the people who were there
An acclaimed Chicago Imagist, Roger Brown (BFA 1968, MFA 1970) collected flea market objects and created paintings that served as social and cultural commentaries of the day.
With a successful food website, an SAIC alum teaches the art of great grilling.
For more than 20 years, N.A.M.E. Gallery showed experimental work and provided a platform for the "genuine oddballs and visionaries" of their generation.