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January 23, 2011
Spring 2011 adult classes start the week of February 7, and Young Artist classes start on February 12.
You don’t have to be a full-time art school student to explore new artistic media, challenge your creativity, and discover new means of self expression. At the Cleveland Institute of Art we offer art school experiences for adults and children through our office of Continuing Education + Community Outreach.
Browse the catalog to read about those offerings, including studio courses in fine arts, craft, design, and digital arts. We have programs for all levels and many interests. Spring 2011 adult classes start the week of February 7, and Young Artist classes start on February 12.
The program offers lots of classes to chose from, including:
+ Introduction to After Effects
+ SolidWorks: 3D CAD Design
+ Handmade Books
+ Slip Casting
+ Mosaic Fine Art
+ Introduction to Interior Design
+ Painting the Figure in Oils
Visit cia.edu/continuinged to register today.
Also, CIA’s pay-as-you-go life drawing classes run every Wednesday evening from 7 to 9pm until April 6, 2011. No registration is required—the cost is just $15 at the door. Bring paper and your favorite drawing supplies.
Do you know of a high school student interested in pursuing art and design? Tell them about our Pre-College Residential Program which will be held July 10 to 23, 2011. Students can choose between nine different programs that will earn college credits. Details at cia.edu/continuinged.
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