November 16th, 2009
Art on Track, the largest mobile art exhibition in the world, transformed an eight-car CTA train into an alternative space for galleries and artists all over Chicago.
Allison Glenn from the Office of Exhibition Practices at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago collaborated with the Fiber and Material Studies course “Installation: Material and Context”, taught by SAIC faculty Amy Honchell, to produce the 2009 Art on Track SAIC car, an installation that challenged the notion of the traditional exhibition and audience engagement within momentary space and time.
November 13th, 2009
An interview with writer/director Richard Curtis and actor Tom Sturridge...Curtis initially drew inspiration from his experience listening to pirate radio as an English child in the sixties and his “imaginative idea” about the experiences of the men aboard the boat...
November 9th, 2009
Students of SAIC share easy to make and easy to afford recipes.
November 2nd, 2009
Shane Mecklenburger received his MFA in Film, Video, and New Media from SAIC in May 2009.
"Halcyon Atmosphere is a video made from found digital 3D models of guns I downloaded from the Internet. The guns were originally made for shooter games. I have repurposed the guns into softly falling snowflake-like configurations. It is a 9-minute looping HD-DVD for installation or single viewing in a theater."