School of The Art Institute of Chicago - Notable Faculty

Notable Faculty

  • Franco (Frank) Barsotti, Department of Photography
  • Benjamin Bellas
  • George Bellows (Chicago Academy of Fine Arts)
  • Wafaa Bilal
  • James Blomfield (Chicago Academy of Fine Arts)
  • Stan Brakhage
  • Christopher Bratton
  • Nick Cave
  • Francis Chapin
  • Susanna Coffey
  • John Rogers Cox
  • Barbara Degenevieve
  • James Elkins
  • Michelle Grabner
  • Eduardo Kac
  • Max Kahn
  • Phil Morton
  • Jaume Plensa
  • Barbara Rossi, painter, original member of the Chicago Imagists
  • Jerry Saltz
  • David Sedaris
  • Ruth VanSickle Ford (Chicago Academy of Fine Arts)
  • Anne Wilson
  • Karl Wirsum
  • Ray Yoshida

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