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Arts & Culture

In Los Angeles, A Museum Union At Work

October 18, 2021

The LA MOCA Union wants to lead by example.

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Under the Gavel: LGBTQ+ Art Auction at Swann Galleries

August 16, 2021

This month, a major auction spanning 19th and 20th century LGBTQ+ history in New York.

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Best AIC Paintings to Go On a Date Inside Of

July 26, 2021

Experience the unforgettable with the exclusive new Art Institute dating packages!

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SAIC

Hurricane Ida From a Distance: An Introspection

September 21, 2021

The author reflects on their experience moving to Chicago while Hurricane Ida tears through New Orleans.

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In Memoriam: Gregory Bae

August 26, 2021

Visionary artist, committed mentor, and selfless friend.

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In Conversation With Cara Dunkerley

June 23, 2021

Cara Dunkerley (MFA Sculp 2021) sits down in conversation with Matt Morris (Adj. Asst. Prof. PTDW) to discuss coming of age, escapism, and the art of creating a different...

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News

Who is AICWU?

October 18, 2021

Workers at the Art Institute of Chicago and the School of the Art Institute attempt to form a union.

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Looking Back, Moving Forward

October 13, 2021

The labor battles in 19th Century Chicago paved the way for the workplace as we know it.

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Student Perspective: The Rise and Fall of Andrew Cuomo

May 15, 2021

Through fame and scandal, New York's Governor represents a larger pattern within the Democratic Party.

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Entertainment

Dev Hynes: Time Will (Hopefully) Tell

October 15, 2021

Blood Orange has been the backbone of indie music and film soundtracks for almost a decade. So why isn't he at the forefront of the scene?

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Oh, The Horror!: Terrifyingly Terrible Musicals That Couldn’t (And Maybe Shouldn’t) Hit Broadway

October 12, 2021

Does camp horror have a future in the bright lights of Broadway? Paul Marx unleashes his terrifyingly glitzy visions of the stage on us.

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Lit

Unicorns Are Real: A Queer, Feminist Bookstore in Rural Mississippi

September 27, 2021

How Jaime Harker turned an alleyway into a welcoming literary community.

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Has the Death Knell of the Novel Finally Been Sounded?

September 22, 2021

Digital publishing hub Substack is the latest company to bet on changing the business of literature.

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Reading “If They Come For Us”

September 15, 2021

The debut poetry collection by Fatimah Asghar uses varied forms to guide readers through a historically important, and traumatic, moment.

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Comics

El Machete Illustrated – Doing Things Different

October 18, 2021

A new El Machete Illustrated by Eric J Garcia.

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El Machete Illustrated – My Body

October 11, 2021

A new El Machete Illustrated by Eric J Garcia.

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Bad Parable – Inside

October 7, 2021

Fears about the coronavirus soar high in this installment of Bad Parable by Teddie Bernard.

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