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Brite Winter Festival

02/12/13  |  Posted by Vanesa Jeric  |  Posted in Digital Canvas - News

This year’s Brite Winter Festival is on Saturday, February 16th in Ohio City’s Market District, with an outdoor stage and programming at West 26th and Bridge Ave. Location details are provided for driving and taking the RTA.

From the Brite Winter “Art+Games

Jimmy Kuehnle, Cleveland Institute of Art

Inflatable, walkable fun!

Experimentation in Electronic Arts class, Cleveland Institute of Art, advised by Sarah Paul

It’s going to be good.

Foundation in Digital Synthesis, Cleveland Institute of Art advised by Barbara Chira

CIA students are exhibiting 24-30 lanterns, each one constructed with a full-color digital print on vellum. The image on each lantern is a mash-up and just as in mash-up music, each student appropriated imagery from at least two outside sources and re-presented it in a unique and original way. Each image expresses some “antonym” pair of words or concepts that are different from, but related to, one another – in fact, one cannot exist without the other: This-That, Me-You, Now-Then, Here-There.


Cleveland Institute of Art Attending Artists 2013
kasumi with Kevin Jackson
Jimmy Kuehnle
Barbara Chira and Digital Design class
Sarah Paul and Experimental in Electronic Arts class
Evan Snyder, student

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