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Jennifer Reeder

In Sight and Sound magazine, Bong Joon Ho named Jennifer Reeder (MFA 1996) as 

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Earlier this month, the final installment of Kentucky Route Zero, a video game created by Jake Elliot (BFA 2011), Tamas Kemenczy (BFA 2007), and mus

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Mickey R Mahoney (BFA 1997), adjunct professor in the Film, Video, New Media, and Animation and Art History, Theory, and Criticism departments and his partne

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Adjunct Professor Tatsu Aoki (BFA 1983, MFA 1985, Film, Video, New Media, and Animation), Matthew Angelo Harrison (BFA 2012), Guadalupe Rosales (MFA 2016), a

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Peng Zuqiang (MFA 2017), still from "Inauguration," work in progress

Jennifer Reeder (MFA 1996), Peng Zuqiang (MFA 2017), and Assistant Professor Thorsten Trimpop (Film, Video, New Media, and Animation) were awarded fellowships for the MacDowell Colony's upcoming winter and spring residency program in Peterborough, New Hampshire.

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Assistant Professor Kamau Patton (Visual and Critical Studies) and Steffani Jemison (MFA 2009) are recipients of the 2020 Creative Capital Awards. 

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LEDs to Bees - SAIC

From LEDs to bees and renewable energy in between, for the past 10 years the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) has been busy becoming a sustainable and resilient campus. 

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Wu Tsang - SAIC

Wu Tsang (BFA 2004) was included on artnet news' list of most influential artists of the decade.

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Present. Perfect by Shengze Zhu (MFA 2017) is a documentary collage of contemporary life in China.

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Jeff Koons, Sterling Ruby, Isaac Julien

Alums Jeff Koons (SAIC 1975–76, HON 2008) and Sterling Ruby (BFA 2002), and honorary degree recipient Isaac Julien (HON 2019) were named among the most influ

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Ruba Katrib Creations - SAIC

The New York Times  highlighted a current exhibition at MoMA PS1, Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991–2011, co-curated by Ruba Katrib (BA 2004).

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Re:Working Labor, the current exhibition in the Sullivan Galleries, was recently spotlighted in

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