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Aug 12, 2013
What's on the
Reader's Agenda for Monday, August 12
by Drew Hunt
Do This, Arts, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Summer Slaughter, House of Blues, Meztli Gallery, Proyecto Latina, Rebeldes, Northwestern, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, SAIC, LeRoy Neiman Center
Galleries & Museums,
Jun 26, 2013
Anne Elizabeth Moore's comic confederation takes a crowbar to closed doors in the art world.
by Janet Potter
Art Feature, art openings, art exhibitions, Ladydrawers Comics Collective, Ladydrawers, comics, art collectives, social justice, artists, Anne Elizabeth Moore, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, gender, comic books, graphic novels, women artists, transgender artists, writers, illustrators, bias, Todd Akin, postcards, comics industry, sex, books, money, race, Melissa Gira Grant, sex workers, Polly Yates, Elliott Junkyard, Danielle Chenette, Sarah Bell, mural, collaboration, art installations, Sarah Jaffe, Delia Jean Hickey, Miller's Pub, coloring books, fairy tales, cartoons
Lit & Lectures,
May 30, 2013
The celebrated playwright and disability rights activist put down her pen for nearly a decade. But in a new novel,
Good Kings Bad Kings, she picks back up where she left off, creating disabled characters who are funny, angry, and vividly human.
by Sam Worley
Lit Feature, Susan Nussbaum, Barbara Kingsolver, Twitter, writing, Carrie Sandahl, profiles, Remains Theatre, theater, Highland Park, Mike Nussbaum, Roosevelt University, Goodman School of Drama, DePaul University, Theatre School at DePaul University, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, writers, Mike Ervin, Smart Ass Cripple, blogs, books, Roger Ebert, radio theater, Jerry Lewis, novels, plays, Empowered FeFes, Utne Reader, Access Living, playwrights, Algonquin Books, documentaries, disability, Jerry's Kids, Fidel Castro, Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, disability activism, Venceremos Brigade, Organization of Disabled Revolutionaries
May 15, 2013
For her senior collection at SAIC, the designer pulls her inspiration from the sea.
You Are Here,
Show us your [____],
Dec 10, 2012
Photographer Katya Hervatin goes ocular on some vulvas
Best of Chicago,
Arts & Culture,
Jun 20, 2012
Jul 27, 2011
A new sound art-conference comes to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago this November; former Chicagoans David Grubbs and Seth Kim-Cohen will be among the presenters.
by Peter Margasak
Music, Post No Bills, David Grubbs, Seth Kim-Cohen, Christoph Cox, Salome Voegelin, Allen Willis, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, academic conferences, Lou Mallozzi, Experimental Sound Studio, Sound Art Theories Symposium
Jun 17, 2011
Grad students in design, architecture, and fashion ask, "Where Is Where?"
Galleries & Museums,
Mar 24, 2011
Artist Jan Tichy plans to memorialize Cabrini-Green as it falls.
Jun 21, 2010
Physicist Walter E. Massey and Bennington provost Elissa Tenny to head School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Dec 2, 2009
Photographer Tanya Marcuse speaks as part of the SAIC Fashion Resource Center's "Behind the Seams" lecture series.
Dec 2, 2009
Contemporary Japanese hand drawn and digital animation and experimental shorts screen in "New Nippon" Thursday 12/3 at the Gene Siskel Film Center.
by Ed M. Koziarski
Film, Gene Siskel Film Center, New Nippon, Contemporary Film and Video From Japan, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, SAIC, animation, experimental, Akino Kondoh, Ladybird's Requiem, Maya Yonesho's, Kyoto Remix, Tomonari Nishikawa, Sketch Films #3-5, Naoyuki Tsuji, Zephyr, Wada Atsushi, Well That's Glasses, Joji Koyama, From Nose to Mouth, Hiroshi Kondo, Live Material 001, Live Material 002, Ryusuke Ito, Plate #43-44 (The Forked Tongues), Stom Sogo, Try, Makino Takashi, Still in Cosmos, Video
Nov 13, 2009
Florodora hosts a trunk show of winter hats from Lillie & Cohoe today; WaPo fashion critic Robin Givhan speaks at the School of the Art Institute tonight.
Jul 1, 2009
Bravo TV is looking for talented and telegenic artists.
News & Features,
Jan 29, 2009
Fashion designers Christopher Peters and Shane Gabier, aka Creatures of the Wind, believe the way to the big time is to think small.
by Heather Kenny
Feature, Creatures of the Wind, Shane Gabier, Christopher Peters, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago fashion, Chicago designers, Gen Art, Fresh Faces in Fashion, Chicago Fashion Focus, Women's Wear Daily, Jasmine Shokrian, Matteah Baim, Ryan Davies, Stephen Eichhorn