The past several years have witnessed a surge of interest in practices at the intersection of art and technology, a phenomenon well documented by the prolife
Beginning March 9, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), a global leader in art and design education, kicks off a host of exciting year-end even
New Media Futures: The Rise of Women in the Digital Arts, a book edited by Ellen Sandor (MFA 1975, HON 2014), Janine Fron, and Donna J. Cox was recently reviewed in Hyperallergic.
SAIC was named the top producer of Fulbright US Students for special focus four-year institutions for 2018–19 with six awardees, reports the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Professor of Art and Technology Studies Eduardo Kac's 1985 work Reabracadabra is featured in an exhibition The Art Happens Here: Net Art’s Archival Poetics at the New Museum.
SAIC's Bio Art Lab is turning poems into viruses and mutating the medium of traditional art.
Several SAIC community members have been awarded grants from the Propeller Fund.
The recently released book New Media Futures: The Rise of Women in the Digital Arts was coedited by SAIC alum Ellen Sandor and includes contributions by SAIC faculty members.
Art in Chicago: A History from the Fire to Now, a new book tells the history of visual art in Chicago from before the Great Chicago Fire in 1871 to
PBS Newshour reports on Trevor Pagelen's (MFA 2002) Orbital Reflector, which will orbit the earth, reflect the sun, and eventually disintegrate, as an object of no military value in space.
SAIC community members are once again an integral part of this year's EXPO CHICAGO, Chicago's international exposition of contemporary and modern art.
The Art & Technology Studies department is participating in the prestigious international festival Ars Electronica with a selection of work by recent graduate students.