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. Beginning in November 2013, new theses are digitized as they are received by the library. Works in this repository can be read online from any location on the SAIC campus. Theses cannot be printed or copied from this repository, nor can texts be read off campus. (Only descriptive information and abstracts are available for browsing by outside visitors.) Archival paper copies of theses are kept in the SAIC/AIC libraries.
A student of mine is writing an essay about the liminal spaces of identity. The other day, we arrived at the phrase "advocate for liminal space." I joked I wanted to wear it on a pin. I advo... Read more
Chicago has a rich history of alternative and artist-run spaces that have supported local and national artists for almost a century. The documentary film 'Now and Then: An Introduction to Chicago... Read more
Research suggests many forms of acculturation stress and difficulties experienced by Asian immigrants, including language barriers, susceptibility to mental illness, academic and occupational pressure... Read more
This art-based heuristic inquiry examined the use of video as an adjunctive tool for art-based supervision, and focused on art that I made in response to my work with patients at a children's hos... Read more
Seeking a way to maintain consistency and control over the corporation's identity - recognized by both employees and consumers - the corporation adopted a visual identity system to order and pres... Read more
Master of Arts in Modern and Contemporary Art History
A Work In Progress: Looking Closely at Change is comprised of a written document, a digital anthology (including music samples, experimental sound projects based on recorded interviews, thematic illus... Read more