The Correspondence Art digital library exposes a variety of intimate, postal themed works selected from collections housed in the Flaxman Library Special Collections.
The Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection (JFABC) digital library is an online guide and finding aid for the rich collection of artists’ publications available in Flaxman Library Special Collections.
From 1986-1999, <em>P-Form</em> magazine chronicled the challenging, sometimes entertaining, and often controversial world of performance art. This digital collection of covers and tables-of-contents from each issue provides an index to the publication.
The Harold Allen online collection features nearly 400 of Harold Allen's black and white gelatin silver print photographs.
Archive As Artistic Practice documents artistic works created by researchers and students in response to materials in the Flaxman Library Special Collections.
A digital collection of images and information about the work of artist Roger Brown (1941-1997), whose Chicago home, studio and vast collection is now the School of the Art Institute's Roger Brown Study Collection.
A collection of publications produced by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, chronicling its 150 years of student life, academic work, and school history. Digitized materials include exhibition catalogs, yearbooks, periodicals, and school histories.
A digital "clippings" collection documenting historic moments and activities in the history of SAIC. This content remains under copyright and is gathered here solely for educational use and individual study. Access is restricted to SAIC community only via your ARTIC account.
SAIC School Newspapers presents examples of student and school produced newspapers, newsletters, and similar amateur publications from the 150 year history of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
A digital collection of twenty sketchbooks belonging to artist Roger Brown (1941-1997). The sketchbooks range from 1965, when he was an undergraduate at SAIC, and end with his last sketchbook dated 1993-1997.
The Randolph Street Gallery Archives digital collection features photographs, event calendars, posters, and other materials documenting the nearly twenty-year history (1979-1998) of an important Chicago cooperative, gallery, and performance space.
The Textile Resource Center is the hands-on study collection in the Fiber and Material Studies department, including historic textiles, books and catalogs, and contemporary Artist Projects. This collection is only available to SAIC Faculty, Staff, and Students. To view the contents please log-on with your ARTIC username and password.
The SAIC Thesis Repository is a digital archive of recent, print theses produced by the students of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
December 1, 1992
"A Silent Processional" is a performance by Iris Moore, organized for "Day Without Art," December 1, 1992. Photo credit: Tracy Bair. "Day Without Art is an annual event that takes place across the nation, dedicated...
A piece from "Outdoor Installations," July 2-30, 1983. --[Source: Outdoor Installations : [Title unknown]]
December 10-15, 1980
Photograph of unidentified toys from the "Artists Christmas Store" exhibition and sale at Randolph Street Gallery, December 10-15, 1980. All toys are artist-made and sold to benefit Randolph Street Gallery.
July 21-22, 1979
Photograph of Riley's installation"Sifted Soil," created for the outdoor exhibition "2Day Installations" around Randolph Street Gallery, July 21-22, 1979. Photo credit: Geoffery Browne. "There is a manifest...
November 14, 1987
Photograph of Wodiczko's photographic projection at Noble Square Cooperative Tower, Division St. at Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL. The work was sponsored by Randolph Street Gallery, which as held a panel discussion about the artist'...
Color print, perforated into 9 stamps.
Black paint and collage on paper with perforation.
Sheet of 6 individual,ungummed, color stamps.Edition 24/25.
Sheet of 12 individual, perforated, ungummed stamps.Edition 10/100.
Sheet of 15 individual, perforated, ungummed, color stamps.Edition 30/50.