Humans of the UIC School of Art & Art History

05/04/2016 - 14:29
The UIC School of Art and Art History is happy to participate for a third year in Field Trip / Field Notes / Field Guide a trans-disciplinary consortium of Fellows from The University of Chicago (UChicago), The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), and Northwestern University. 
 
04/04/2016 - 11:25

Love art and art history? Get inspired and join us at the UIC School of Art and Art History to fulfill your General Education degree requirements. Study art history! Paint your way to fulfilling your Gen Ed credits! Learn to draw! Improve your photography skills! You are now able to take painting, drawing, photography, new media arts, sculpture, and art history to earn credits toward your degree at UIC! 

12/09/2015 - 15:26

Deborah Stratman, Associate Professor (Art), is the latest human to be featured on our blog about the diverse human ecology of the UIC School of Art & Art History. We capture the unique style of members of our community somewhere on campus and ask them 5 questions.

1.) So, rumor is that you like to live “off the grid” now and then.  How does this factor into your practice?

10/22/2015 - 13:31

Ömür Harmanşah is the latest human to be featured on our blog about the diverse human ecology of the UIC School of Art & Art History. We capture the unique style of members of our community somewhere on campus and ask them 7 questions.

1.) So, what’s up with all the punctuation marks in your name?

10/02/2015 - 15:12

Danny Dunson is the latest human to be featured on our new blog about the diverse human ecology of the UIC School of Art & Art History.  We capture the unique style of members of our community somewhere on campus and ask them 6 questions.  

09/11/2015 - 12:16

Creative laborer, educator, writer, radical community arts organizer, and Associate Director of the UIC School of Art & Art History

Welcome to our new blog about the diverse human ecology of the UIC School of Art & Art History.  We capture the unique style of members of our community somewhere on campus and ask them to answer 5 questions.  

1.) What is your most fierce character trait?