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January 23, 2018
Professional experience is just an internship away.
By Karen Sandstrom
What do drawings and spreadsheets have in common? As Cleveland Institute of Art student Joey Goergen ’18 found out last spring, you need both to mount a group exhibition featuring five artists and 300 pieces of art.
“I had to inventory all of those,” Goergen said. “Most artists probably cringe at the word Excel, but you know, you got to do it.”
Goergen’s exhibition, Thought Vacation, opened to a big crowd April 21, 2017 at the Popeye Gallery at the 78th Street Studios in Cleveland. Goergen and fellow artists had the...
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