The school denounced the rapper’s “anti-Black, antisemitic, racist and dangerous statements.”
They cited “intolerable” working conditions, inadequate benefits, and low pay.
Explore graduate study at one of the most influential art and design schools in the United States.
The festival’s exhibitions and events will take place online and in-person in each participating city from September 8 to 12.
On an episode of The Path Forward, panelists from the school’s conference series on anti-racism explore how art and design organizations can become more equitable and inclusive.
Emerging and established artists can choose from over 50 courses in the Adult Continuing Education program at the nation’s most influential art and design school.
The exhibition continues through August with programs including daily viewing recommendations, written reflections on the artwork’s prevailing themes, and a conversation series hosted by faculty.
The Association of Independent Colleges of Art & Design, which counts Pratt and RISD among its members, has signed on to an amicus brief supporting a lawsuit against ICE.
The celebration casts new light on art and technology practices at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, illuminating the contributions made by faculty and alumni throughout 50 years of uninterrupted experimentation.
The collection will be unveiled at Spazio Rossana Orlandi during Milan Design Week, April 4–9
Kanye West received his honorary doctorate from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) yesterday. The night before, he gave a talk at the school that began as a question-and-answer session but devolved, quite wonderfully, into a rambling, free-associative lecture.
In a recent interview with the French design blog Clique, noted college dropout Kanye West claimed that he is “getting an honorary doctorate on May 5th from the Art Institute of Chicago.”