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December 20, 2017
Nikki Woods, a 2012 graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art, has been named director of Reinberger Gallery by CIA President + CEO Grafton Nunes. She has been the gallery’s acting director for six months and will assume her new post January 1.
Woods was formerly CIA’s project and visiting artist coordinator, where her duties included managing gallery operations and exhibitions, maintaining art registries, and curating CIA’s annex gallery spaces. She also has coordinated the college’s Lunch on Fridays lecture series.
Most recently, she curated The Art of Exchange: Contemporary Cuban Art in Cleveland, a Reinberger Gallery exhibition...continue reading
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Digital Art Revolution Lecture and Book Signing
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Digital Art Revolution
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May 17, 2010
Congrats to Class of 2010 and Scholarship Winners
The Institute extends special congratulations to the recipients of its President's Traveling Scholarships, awarded at... more
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