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December 10, 2012

What Happened to Viktor Schreckengost's Zodiac Sculpture at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport?

Read the full article from the Plain Dealer to find out what happened to the Signs of the Zodiac metalwork sculpture, which was created by CIA alum, Victor Schreckengost, in collaboration with his student, CIA alum, Melvin Rose. more

Evelyn Theiss, The Plain Dealer

November 28, 2012

Scene Magazine Reviews A Tale in Two Cities

Read the full article from Scene magazine on CIA's fall show, A Tale in Two Cities. more

Joseph Clark, Scene Magazine

November 27, 2012

The outspoken Joseph McCullough led the Cleveland Institute of Art

The prize-winning painter spent 35 of his 90 years leading the Cleveland Institute of Art. He added space and light with two new buildings and time with a fifth year of study for a bachelor's degree. more

Grant Segall

November 26, 2012

Cleveland Institute of Art's "Tale in Two Cities" show explores life after art students graduate

Plain Dealer art critic reviews CIA's fall exhibition, A Tale in Two Cities. more

Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer

November 25, 2012

New York Times Interviews CIA Alums John Nottingham and John Spirk

Alums featured in New York Times Corner Office column where they share their views on sparking innovation in the workplace. more

Adam Bryant, The New York Times

November 24, 2012

Maltz Museum's Bezalel exhibit provides unique view of Israel

CIA student work included as part of the museum's current exhibition, Bezalel on Tour. more

Brittney Edelman, The Plain Dealer

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