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October 07, 2011

CIA Professor Debuts on Bravo Network

Sarah Kabot competes on show that searches for the next best artist.

CIA Professor Debuts on Bravo Network

Cleveland Institute of Art’s very own Sarah Kabot has been chosen to be one of 14 artists from across the country to compete on “Work of Art: The Next Great Artist.”

“Work of Art: The Next Great Artist” is a competition series that seeks the best up-and-coming artist and sheds light on the artistic process. The artists go to New York to compete for the grand prize of a solo show at the Brooklyn Museum and a $100,00 cash prize.

Celebrate her participation on the show at a watch party on Wednesday, November 2 at 9 pm at the Euclid Tavern in University Circle. The watch party is open to the public. The Euclid Tavern is located at 11625 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44106.

If you missed Sarah's third episode, take a look at the weekly blog of our student reporter, Robin Miller '13, who will report on each week's show.

Originally from Royal Oak, Mich, Kabot is an assistant professor and the head of drawing at CIA. She has exhibited at galleries all over the world, focusing on sculptures and installations. She earned her Master of Fine Arts from Cranbrook Academy of Fine Art and her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan. She is the only contestant from Ohio.

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