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The School of Art Announces New Faculty Appointment in Painting

The School of Art is pleased to announce the appointment of Lyndon Barrois Jr. as Assistant Professor of Art in the area of Painting. Using magazines, advertising, cinema, and vernacular imagery as primary subjects of inquiry, Barrois’ multimedia practice breaks down and reconfigures the language of print, design, and popular culture in order to investigate underlying ideology, ethics, and conceptions of identity. read more

Senior Spotlights

Ema Furusho

"I am a sculptor and image-maker, using tactics of translation to move between the two." read more

Michelle Janco

Since working entirely from home, "I’ve had to find creative energy in smaller ways, like keeping the windows open on nice days to pay attention to the sounds, or rearranging my bedroom furniture." read more

Jacquelyn Johnson

"In many ways, I am a sincere documentarian. I tell stories through image and text. I am interested in the networks of labor involved in both making and viewing." read more

Yelim Kim

"I think it's nice that the limitations I'm put in are helping me to dive into my goofy mode while staying true to the content I want to be creating for myself as an artist." read more

Notes from Faculty

Katherine Hubbard

Assistant Professor of Art

Watch an interview with Prof Hubbard about her recent exhibition "Avoid glancing blows" published by Musée Magazine. The show was also reviewed in the April issue of Art in America.

Paolo Pedercini

Associate Professor of Art

This Friday, Prof Pedercini moves LIKELIKE online with an "online world" where you can play games together with friends and other gallery visitors.

Jon Rubin

MFA Program Director
Associate Professor of Art

Read a review of Prof Jon Rubin and Sohrab Kashani's exhibition "The Other Apartment" in Hyperallergic (temporarily closed).


Adjunct Professor of Art

Watch episode 2 of Vice's video series "The 2020 Project," which profiles Prof Shikeith.

Angela Washko

Assistant Professor of Art

Though the opening of her solo exhibition at STUK Arts Center in Leuven, Belgium has been postponed, the museum published a digital preview you can see online. 

Notes from Alumni

Alums Marc Fischer BFA '93 and Nicholas Wylie BFA '04 join in the creation of Quarantine Times, an expanded conversation and publication project based in Chicago. 

Luke Meehen BFA '05, who was scheduled to present at the National Art Education Association (NAEA) conference, instead recorded the talk on feminist pedagogies when teaching about games in art classes.

Jeffrey Augustine Songco's BFA '05 solo exhibition at Chicago's FLXST Contemporary is closed due to COVID-19, but an online version can be viewed here. Songco also has a virtual tour of his 2017 exhibition "Society of 23's Locker Dressing Room" posted here.

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