The Art Newspaper, Time Out Chicago, Juxtapozand WTTW's Chicago Tonight have covered the Art Institute of Chicago's The Hairy Who? 1966–1969.
Interview of alum Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, a film and video artist whose work was included in the Whitney Biennial 2017.
An article about Charles White, as well as a review of a retrospective of his work at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), which opened on October 7, and traveled from the Art Institute of Chicago where it was exhibited earlier in the year.
Alum Emil Ferris won three Eisner Awards for her debut graphic novel .
Art blog Hyperallergic covered Jodie Mack's (MFA 2007) film The Grand Bizarre, which was recently screened at the New York Film Festival.
An article about the Chicago Symphony Orchestra musicians strike against the decision to remove their preexisting defined benefit pension plan.
SAIC alum Richard Hunt has been chosen to sculpt the Ida B. Wells Memorial.
LA Weekly recently profiled alum Asma Maroof, better known as Asmara, solo artist, and one half of DJ-production duo Nguzunguzu.
SAIC Assistant Professor Maria Gaspar and alum Laurie Jo Reynolds are recipients of the Art for Justice Fund's "Imagining Justice" Arts Grant, which "elevates ideas and stories about the injustice and inequity of mass incarceration."
Metropolis covered Studio Gang’s installation Stone Stories, helmed by Jeanne Gang (HON 2013) for the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale’s US Pavilion exhibition Dimensions of Citizenship.
The New York Times recently covered SAIC Professor Nick Cave's dance-based performance and installation Let Go.
Curbed reviewed the US Pavilion's exhibition, Dimensions of Citizenship, at the Venice Architectural Biennale calling it "a masterstroke."
Alum Dread Scott and AIADO faculty Ekene Ijeoma have contributed to an op-ed in The New York Times titled Monuments for a New Era.
Chicago magazine reviewed the Art Institute of Chicago's Hairy Who: 1966–1969, a group show coinciding with 50th anniversary of the Chicago Imagist group the Hairy Who's last group exhibition at Hyde Park in 1968.
Minneapolis Institute of Art's exhibition of art from Chicago titled opened on August 25 and features a roster of School of the Art Institute of Chicago alums and members of the Chicago Imagists.
SAIC alumni Leonard Suryajaya and Derrick Woods-Morrow have both received the 2018 Chicago Artadia Award.
Associate Professor of Photography Jan Tichy and Jason Salavon are among the four artists to be involved in a Riverwalk-facing video wall along the Merchandise Mart to be debuted on September 29 as part of Art on theMART's inaugural project.
A PBS Newshour article details Trevor Paglen's 'Orbital Reflector', a sculpture to be launched into space from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California in mid-November.
The US Pavilion's exhibition Dimensions of Citizenship was featured in a Domus article about noteworthy pavilions at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018, which opened on May 26.
Professor Christine Tarkowski (Fiber and Material Studies) joined master glass artists Aaron Wolf-Boze, Pearl Dick, and assistant and alum Risa Recio of Firehouse Art Studios to teach the course Hot Projects: Glass Production Workshop.