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July 27, 2017
"If I had to be a grownup, it would be to do this."
If there’s an art to doing art school, Noah Cutwright seems to have mastered it.
From the time he started at CIA, Noah — an Animation major from Baltimore, Maryland — decided two things.
First, he would take advantage of what living in Cleveland has to offer. “In my freshman year, I thought, OK, I don’t want to be stuck in the residence hall,” Noah says. “I don’t have a car this year, but I gotta figure out how to get around. [CIA] gave us a free bus pass. That bus pass really did help. I explored all over.”
June 30, 2017
Cleveland Arts Prize honors Nunes, Kabot, Birchfield
Three members of the Cleveland Institute of Art community, including CIA President Grafton Nunes, were... more
June 27, 2017
Deep learning and attentive faculty make CIA worth the trip
Why Anjhelina Marsh chose CIA more
May 26, 2017
Print students visit from Taiwan
CIA master printer Karen Beckwith hosts three seniors from the National Taipei University of Education more
May 22, 2017
Second time around
Psych major makes his art-school dream happen at CIA more
May 18, 2017
Painter April Gornik to be 2017 commencement speaker
Gornik has had a solo gallery show almost every year since 1981 more
May 10, 2017
Couple twists cute and weird into sales success
Jordan Elise Perme and Christopher Lees have been known to welcome rescue animals into their... more
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