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March 20, 2017

Painting on Message at 2017 Whitney Biennial

"The two figurative painters who stand out, to my mind, are Henry Taylor and Dana Schutz. Schutz is represented by three pieces, including a painting of Emmett Till, “Open Casket” (2016). Till was the teenage victim of lynching... more

Jennifer Samet for Hyperallergic

March 20, 2017

Edgy show captivates with vintage motorcycle imagery

On Friday, March 17, from 5 – 9 p.m., legendary local artist Shirley Aley Campbell’s rarely exhibited collection, “The Motorcyclists of the Seventies” will be on display at 78th Street Studios in the second floor corridor and Suite... more

Erin O'Brien for Fresh Water Cleveland

March 17, 2017

Cleveland Institute of Art dormitory project gets early OK

CLEVELAND, Ohio - A local developer expects to start construction in June on a 203-bed residence hall for the Cleveland Institute of Art, northeast of the school's recently consolidated campus in University Circle. more

Michelle Jarbor for the Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com

February 17, 2017

Cleveland Institute of Art's Student Independent Exhibition showcases rising star talent

The Cleveland Institute of Art's Student Independent Exhibition (SIE) allows the school's rising star talent to take the reins. Now in its 71st year, the annual show is organized entirely by students. more

Nikki Delamotte for Cleveland.com

February 13, 2017

Young artist Yasmeen Jaffal has passion for drawing pictures of Cleveland Indians

When you read her story it seems only natural Yasmeen Jaffal, a 19-year-old student at the Cleveland Institute of Art, has gained notoriety from her artwork of the Indians. As a little girl, Jaffal started making drawings... more

Jeff Schudel for The News-Herald

February 11, 2017

Cleveland Institute of Art's biomedical art program is quite a draw

Joe Pangrace admits he is no different than most professionals in his field of choice. As a young student, he loved science. He likely would have majored in human anatomy, astronomy or geology had he not encountered a... more

Judy Stringer for Crain's Cleveland Business

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