Had the best time; This dude and Jason (another campus tourer) are awesome! ♥ #SAIC #SchoolofTheArtInstituteofChicago #CampusTour #SeeYaInTwoYears
Shout out to Kenrick and Jason! You too can come tour SAIC with them (or any of our other dazzling student ambassadors).
This program hopes to showcase the range of talent amongst students here at SAIC. As a conceptually driven school, The Trophy Club sees a lack of opportunity for talent that may be viewed as irrelevant, or not in direct dialogue with the arts. The Trophy Club seeks all forms of “talent” that can be presented on stage! This includes anything that cannot be easily classified under our schools departments, or a talent that is just itching be shared. From banjos to ballet, nothing is too odd or too normal for this production. Through a traditionally frightening experience, this program will weave together the absurdity of showcased skill, in the most comforting way possible. SAIC’s Very First Talent show would be a remarkable milestone for the greater SAIC community, as we embrace all of our uniqueness in a thrilling 90-minute production on December 13th 2013 in SAIC’s Auditorium.
Starting Friday, December 6th the facades of three buildings at the intersection of Damen, North and Milwaukee will come alive with projected images and text as part of a new installment, “I Celebrate Exuberance While You Wave.” The new installation comes from the ever creative non-profit, The Collaboraction Theatre Company.
The installation can be seen Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings between 5pm and 9pm.
What do you think of the new installation?
Remember Blind Date with a Book?
We’re bringing it back Thursday December 5!
112 S. Michigan Lobby
December 5, 12-2pm
I Changed My Mind: A group exhibition featuring work from SAIC students (including Molly Berkson, one of our lovely student ambassadors!).
Opening: Thursday, December 5th, from 5-7pm
Celebrating Filipino Culture: Typhoon Haiyan Relief Event
WED Dec 4th @ 12-2PM, 2nd Floor of the LeRoy Neiman Center! Join SAICSG for lumpia & leche flan and help provide relief to victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines by making donations to ShelterBox!
Presenting, the final painting submission, reflecting the transience of the seasons and their atmospheric tempestuous transitions in the Great Lakes Region
December 16th is the deadline for all Untitled Magazine submissions that are to be sent in for the publishing of the first magazine. Submissions are to be no longer than 3 pages and should have the title, who the work is by, major, and year at saic. You can also add a personal artist page if available to be published with the magazine.
Untitled Magazine is a creative writing magazine that is published by SAIC students. It is a way for students to learn how to self publish, get involved with printing, distribution, editing, typography, page layout, writing, working in a collaborative group, networking, poster making, and much more. It is a group for students in all majors, working in all and any mediums. It is for those who wish to get their writen work viewed by a greater audience, or for those who wish to read the written work of fellow students.
The magazine includes student written book reviews and reading suggestions, prose/ poetry, Interviews, up coming events/readings/lectures/gallery shows, short play excerpts, even library suggestions. The magazine will be published monthly and will include one writing piece in its original language/ form such as French, Korean, Hebrew, or Japanese as long as there is an english translation to go alongside the written work for publication.