VISUAL AND CRITICAL STUDIES
at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
The Visual and Critical Studies program is not only concerned with the study of visual media across many different disciplines, but also the development of hybrid research practices, particularly the overlap between studio and scholarly production. The program is part of an evolving paradigm that addresses the complexity of visual and critical practices in the 21st century—it is designed for students who are committed to working, writing, and creating in an environment of interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary, and postdisciplinary practices.
NEWS / EVENTS
> >GRAD STUDENT LECTURES FOR SPRING 2015
> >MAVCS ALUM JOEY ORR JOINS MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART AS NEW ANDREW W. MELLON CURATORIAL FELLOW
MAVCS Alum Joey Orr (2008) will be joining the Museum of Contemporary Art in Summer 2015. The MCA’s Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellowship is intended to offer a significant opportunity for an emerging scholar to gain professional curatorial experience and to conduct research in a major museum setting. Congratulations, Joey!
> >VISUAL AND CRITICAL STUDIES: FOR THE TRUE "INTERDISCIPLINARIAN"
Artspace recently published a list of the 10 most influential MFA programs in the world. While SAIC was included on this, the biggest selling point was actually Visual and Critical Studies. Read more here.
Background courtesey of The Public Domain Review: Turtle Anatomy (1821).
Visual and Critical Studies
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
MacLean | 605
112 S. Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60603