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The Tarot Show Includes Artwork by Faculty Members, Alumni

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 21.09.2014 }


Opening reception is Saturday September 27, from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Southside Manifesto Exhibition Features Alum Brent Koehn

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 19.09.2014 }


Koehn’s political activism is an important facet of his work.

BJ Allen and Ahmed Hamad Videos Curated into EXPO Chicago at Navy Pier

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 7.09.2014 }


Allen and Hamad’s work will be shown September 18 – 21 as part of the EXPO Video program.

Alumna Valentina Vella Performing at Mana Contemporary Friday 9/5

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 4.09.2014 }


Vella will be performing “Dirge Circuit,” a durational performance with audience interaction.

Almuna Stacey Stormes Presents Paper September 1 At Rio de Janeiro Computer Art Congress

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 31.08.2014 }


Stormes will present “The Mediated Body” during the conference.

Short & Sweet: Kellen Walker Performs with The Sin Eaters at the Abrons Art Center in New York

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 31.08.2014 }


Guest post by Kellen Walker, thesis-year Interdisciplinary Arts & Media student.

Reactions to A Grunt’s War Diary, Folleh Tamba’s Exhibition in Kansas

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 12.07.2014 }


Among the comments: “Thought provoking and incredibly well put together.”

Marie Cisco, Recent MA Grad, Performs “Invisible Crowns” Monday July 14

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 12.07.2014 }


Marie Cisco, who also wrote the performance piece, will perform at 7:00 p.m. at the Prop Thtr.

MA Recent Grad Drew Wancket to Review for Chicago Stage Standard

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 7.07.2014 }


Wancket credits his experiences in the MA program with deepening his understanding of the arts community and how he can critically review a wide variety of performances from many aspects.

The Story Behind Media Grad Folleh Tamba’s A Grunt’s War Diary

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 30.06.2014 }


An excellent article on Tamba’s work ahead of the July 3 opening of the What is War? exhibition.

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