September 26, 2010
Come to CIA on September 2 for a blockbuster evening: the Faculty Exhibition opens with a free, public reception and CIA student work is shown at the EMIT film festival.
Come to The Cleveland Institute of Art on Thursday, September 2 for a blockbuster evening! First, the Faculty Exhibition opens with a free, public reception. Then CIA student work is shown on the Cinematheque’s silver screen at the free EMIT film festival. And finally, following the festival is a late-night student after-party.
The 2010 Faculty Exhibition Reception (6pm, Reinberger Galleries)
CIA’s new president Grafton Nunes introduces the Faculty Exhibition, which will be on view until October 9. A tradition that spans over eight decades, the Faculty Exhibition is a celebration of art and its makers and an opportunity for the public to view new, original, and innovative works from our world-renowned art and design faculty. The public is invited to this free opening reception with music on September 2 at 6pm.
EMIT Student Film Festival (8pm, Aitken Auditorium)
CIA students from all disciplines contribute innovative and original short videos and animation in this one-night screening event, which immediately follows the Faculty Exhibition reception. The innovative and original short videos and animations will delight, amaze, and shock filmgoers. EMIT features student pieces in all genres, from 3D animation to experimental video. The public is invited to this free event on September 2 at 8pm.
Image: Work that will be on display at the 2010 Faculty Exhibition by Ceramics Professor Bill Brouillard
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