Eric May’s Art Practice Frees Him to Explore Social Issues with Food The ideas running through Eric May’s (BFA 2000) art practice were developed at Ox-Bow School of the Arts in Sagatuck, Michigan, a campus set on 115 acres of natural forests and dunes and an area of agricultural bounty, and the influence of Chicago’s imagists—whose artwork mined popular culture, street culture, and low-brow culture—some of who taught May during his time at SAIC. Read more at my.saic.edu/?page=alumnispotlight

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