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Whitney Halstead

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School of the Art Institute of Chicago

HQ Phone:  (312) 629-6100

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School of the Art Institute of Chicago

37 South Wabash Avenue Suite 818

Chicago, Illinois,60603

United States

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For more than 150 years, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) has been a leader in educating the world's most influential artists, designers, and scholars. Located in downtown Chicago with a fine arts graduate program consistently ranking among th...more

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Out The Road - Settlers and Nomads

settlersandnomads.com [cached]

SAIC professors Ray Yoshida and Whitney Halstead were largely responsible for generating interest within the art community, encouraging colleagues and students (including Roger Brown) to visit nearby self-taught artists and collect their work.


www.carlhammergallery.com

Brand informed his artist friends (including Whitney Halstead) about Yoakum and encouraged them to visit the Whole coffee shop.
Halstead, an artist and instructor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, became the greatest promoter of Yoakum's work during his lifetime. He believed that his story was "more invention than reality... in part myth, Yoakum's life as he would have wished to have lived it." A group of students including Roger Brown, Gladys Nillson, Jim Nutt, and Barbara Rossi, and teachers at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, including Ray Yoshida and Whitney Halstead, took an interest in promoting his work.


Miyoko Ito » Corbett vs. Dempsey

www.corbettvsdempsey.com [cached]

While concentrating on raising her two children during the 1950s, Ito sustained friendships with SAIC art historians Kathleen Blackshear and Whitney Halstead, and artists Evely Statsinger, Tom Kapsalis, Vera Berdich, and Ray Yoshida.


Where the Wild Things Were

www.joe-ziolkowski.com [cached]

Meanwhile, Whitney Halstead, who taught art history at the SAIC, exposed his students to a wide range of formal influences-both Western and non-Western, mainstream and other-through repeated visits to the ethnographic collections of the Field Museum of Natural History and through his in-class use of some 60,000 lecture slides that encompassed images from every corner of the globe.


Outsider Artist Joseph Yoakum

www.jsaslowgallery.com [cached]

Whitney Halstead of the Art Institute of Chicago was the greatest promoter of Yoakum's work during his lifetime.
He believed that his story was "more invention than reality... in part myth, Yoakum's life as he would have wished to have lived it. (Depasse 2001, p. 3)


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