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September 03, 2015

CIA celebrates campus unification in vibrant Uptown district

With flags, banners, stilt walkers and one giant inflatable sculpture parading through the streets of University Circle, the Cleveland Institute of Art ceremoniously closed the doors of the George Gund Building at 11141 East Boulevard on August 28th... more

By Nikki Delamotte, Fresh Water

August 31, 2015

Cleveland Institute of Art's $75 million campus is a welcome addition to University Circle

The newly consolidated campus of the Cleveland Institute of Art doesn't just reinvigorate the venerable arts school whose graduates, according to President Grafton Nunes, have played critical roles in graphic and industrial design and in spinoff arts enterprises... more

The Plain Dealer Editorial Board

August 31, 2015

The Cleveland Institute of Art celebrates 133 years of history with alumni portfolio

Colleges and universities don't usually celebrate their 133rd anniversaries, but the Cleveland Institute of Art has good reason this year to look back and forward. more

By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer

August 30, 2015

Cleveland Institute of Art celebrates completion of its $75 million Uptown project with parade

As they have done every day for decades, members of the Cleveland Institute of Art community journeyed Friday from their East Boulevard campus to their facility of Euclid Avene. This time, however, it was a one-way parade to... more

By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer

August 26, 2015

WCPN broadcasts live from the new CIA

In celebration of CIA's new campus and its tremendous potential, 90.3 WCPN streamed its arts and culture show, "The Sound of Applause," live from the new lobby of CIA's new George Gund building. more

By Dee Perry, WCPN

August 05, 2015

The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque Receives a Major Upgrade

CIA's new Peter B. Lewis Theater represents a major upgrade but programming won't change much. The Cinematheque will continue to show recently restored movies and first-run features that wouldn't otherwise come to Cleveland. more

By Jeff Niesel, Cleveland Scene

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