Articles by Carrie McGath

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Open Enrollment | Job Hunting and Evaluating on the Heels of Graduation

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Open Enrollment | Job Hunting and Evaluating on the Heels of Graduation

This is not the first time on Open Enrollment that I have discussed my post-graduate school future. In January, I was already feeling the pressure as demonstrated in my post, …

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Open Enrollment | BFA and MFA Shows: The New Collector’s Market?

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Open Enrollment | BFA and MFA Shows: The New Collector’s Market?

Last Friday, I got off the subway and felt the crisp, eight o’clock Chicago evening air and saw something I was not expecting: a line around The School of the …

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Open Enrollment | On Hierarchies: Thoughts after Sarah Thornton

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Open Enrollment | On Hierarchies: Thoughts after Sarah Thornton

Sarah Thornton, the author of Seven Days in the Art World — a book that made me book laugh, giggle, and weep — spoke last night at the Museum of …

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Open Enrollment: So My Last Semester Lies Ahead, Then What?

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Open Enrollment: So My Last Semester Lies Ahead, Then What?

While I chip away at my thesis and look toward my last semester at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), I have begun to think of my …

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The Masters in New Arts Journalism Thesis Part Two: Thus It Begins

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The Masters in New Arts Journalism Thesis Part Two: Thus It Begins

I guess you could say my thesis came to me in the guise of an email from one of my favorite galleries in Chicago, the Catherine Edelman Gallery. There was …

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The Masters in New Arts Journalism Thesis: Trials, Joys, and Exalted Discoveries

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The Masters in New Arts Journalism Thesis: Trials, Joys, and Exalted Discoveries

As autumn begins to sigh in Chicago, my second and final year as a Masters candidate in New Arts Journalism (NAJ) at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago …

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Art Journalism in the Twenty-First Century: Where Is It Headed?

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Art Journalism in the Twenty-First Century: Where Is It Headed?

This fall, I will be beginning my final year as a Masters candidate in New Arts Journalism (NAJ) at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). According to …

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The Radical Workshop: For Students, By Students

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The Radical Workshop: For Students, By Students

by Lily Rossebo and Carrie McGath Lily and Carrie add their two cents about the significance of radical workshops in art school programs. Lily Rossebo: Without student protests, what would …