Grad Talks: Clay Mills, Sebastian Bruno-Harris, Philipp Groth

Open to SAIC faculty, students and staff only
Tuesday, April 18, 4:30 p.m.6:30 p.m.

Please join us in MacLean 1307



Clay Mills is a filmmaker, writer and photographer. His chief concern is facilitating moments in which the past can blow apart the present. He still cares about Modernism. He still cares about Cinema. He still cares about Freedom!

Sebastian Bruno-Harris is an artist working with assemblages of everyday objects and materials in Chicago. Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and raised between Buenos Aires and South Florida, Sebastian studied at Florida Atlantic University earning his BFA in sculpture in 2016. He is currently pursuing an MFA in the FVNMA program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Web:

Philipp Groth is a German artist working primarily in film, sculpture, and installation. With his upbringing at the Franco-German border and in Berlin, Groth considers reconstruction as both a marker of his cultural heritage and a lens through which he examines the generative and degenerative potential of material in relation to its surrounding. Groth holds a Master's degree with honors from the University of the Arts London and is currently a MFA candidate at the School of Art Institute of Chicago's Film and Video Department., @philipp_groth