Students and faculty describe the college as one-of-a-kind, citing the renowned book arts program and experimental music and dance departments.
Was the GameStop Frenzy an Artwork?
In spite of silly pronouncements on the internet that the GameStop frenzy would or could lead to the dethroning of Wall Street, it did, for a moment, reveal a kind of collective power hidden in plain sight.
Why Is the California Attorney General Investigating the San Francisco Art Institute?
Hyperallergic acquired documents raising questions about board member self-interest and tax-exempt bond misuse at the crisis-stricken art college under investigation.
Making the Case for Debt Abolition
Saddled with student loan debt? Now might be a good time to pick up the Debt Collective’s Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay, which makes a compelling case for “economic disobedience.”
New York Congresswoman Proposes Student Loan Relief for Arts Workers
Under Rep. Nydia Velázquez’s new bill, arts workers who provide services to seniors, children, or adolescents would qualify for $10,000 of student loan forgiveness.
Can a Computer Program Discern the Value of an MFA?
To MFA or not to MFA? The debate about the value of an Master of Fine Arts degree rages on in the art and literary worlds.
The Faces of American Debt
Following the 2008 economic crisis, San Francisco-based photographer Brittany M. Powell had trouble finding full-time work.