March 25, 2022
Professor Claire Pentecost wrote a feature on bio art and its importance in the world today.
This spring, Parlor Room is proud to invite you to another three visiting artist lectures for our peers, faculty, and SAIC community. Parlor Room is a visiting-artists program by Graduate Students in the School of the Art Institute's Photography Department.
Join us online on Wednesday, February 16th at 6:00 pm for the first event of the 2022 series: a conversation with artist Ka-Man Tse on community, identity, and visibility surrounding relational photographic practices.
January 26, 2022
A selection of exhibitions, publications, and accolades from SAIC faculty and staff.
December 21, 2021
The Department of Photography is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021/2022 Fred Endsley Memorial Fellowships and the James Weinstein Memorial Fellowship. Endsley Memorial Fellowship Undergraduate Recipients Kyle Dong Jordan Keyes Sophie Lopez Yanqi Wang
December 6, 2021
The interview follows Frazier’s appearance in A Choice of Weapons, a documentary detailing the life of legendary photographer Gordon Parks.
This talk addresses the research and works continuing Petros’ inquiries into the triangulated colonial histories of Italy, Eritrea, and Canada. The implications of this geometric configuration expand to encompass aeronautic technologies and representations including itineraries of the famed trans-Atlantic flights led by General Italo Balbo that landed at the 1933 World’s Fair in Chicago.
This series of artist talks given by our second-year graduate students offers an opportunity to gain insight into the individual artistic production of each student.
Marzena Abrahamik (b. Poland, grew up in Greece) lives and works in Chicago, IL. She received a MFA in Photography from Yale University and a BA in Political Science and Philosophy from Loyola University. Abrahamik is visually inspired by personal histories and attachments to unachievable and necessary for survival fantasies, to further investigate communal formations and transformations.