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February 22, 2017
Seventeen artists receive awards in student-run show
By Karen Sandstrom
Cleveland Institute of Art students took home more than $8,500 in awards and prizes, as the 71st Student Independent Exhibition opened Feb. 17 with a bustling gallery and ceremony honoring the best work of the show.
Seventeen artists received awards for their work in the exhibition, an all student-run show that this year featured 74 works of art. This year’s SIE committee was led by Bianca Breed, Zachary James, Noelle Richard and James Waite.
Sage Byham, a sophomore majoring in Sculpture + Expanded Media, won the top award, the Board of Trustees Grand Purchase Prize, for “Perception.” This two-piece work,...continue reading
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