The focus of this course will be working with drawn, painted, and photographic images in combination with ceramics and printmaking processes.
The combination of these technique and materials produces an exciting and innovative image unique to each student’s artistic voice. The final result is a striking body of work, perfect for including in a college portfolio.
Print and material studies provide a balanced experience of technical skill building, conceptual development, with some risks and adventure. Students will be exposed to diverse disciplines in which will help them in the pursuit of an art career. Through the focused studio practice of ceramics and printmaking, students will discover that hard work, passion, adventure, play and discovery, can lead to a well-rounded art education.
This course would be an excellent follow up for students looking to add additional breadth to their portfolio.
Our application will open on February 1, 2018.
A limited number of partial ($250-$1,000) scholarships are offered through the Continuing Education department. CIA partners with Graffiti HeART to also provide scholarships. Students applying for scholarships should submit their family’s 2017 tax return and a personal statement with their application. Award decisions are based on financial need and portfolio strength.
CIA also offers competitive $1000 merit scholarships awarded to three students applying for admission to either Glassblowing, Print + Ceramics, 3D Printing + Wearable Art or Sculpture. This new opportunity is open to all students applying to these four courses, and will be awarded based on portfolio strength.
Jacque Kennedy lives and works in Cleveland, Ohio. She earned her BFA from Cleveland Institute of Art in Enameling with an emphasis in Printmaking and Jewelry/ Metals in 2012. Jacquie just completed a two-year artist in residency in the Jewelry/Metals and Enamel department at CIA. She is represented by local galleries and has work in private art collections and at the Cuyahoga County Administrative Headquarters, Cleveland, Ohio.
Matthew Pritchard was born and raised in Ventura County, California, and graduated from California State University Northridge with a BA and a MA in Studio Arts. After moving from California he completed his MFA at Syracuse University in Ceramics. In the Fall of 2016 Matthew joined Cleveland Institute of Art as the Technical Specialist for the Ceramics Department. He has participated in residences across the United States, as well as The Pottery Workshop in Jingdezhen, China. He has exhibited extensively in Los Angeles and New York.