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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.”
May 10, 2017
Giving Back: Nolan Beck bestows scholarship and good advice for CIA students
It isn't often that young professionals set up scholarships at their alma maters while the... more
April 27, 2017
Pre-College profile: Jody Amsden
CIA interior architecture grad wants the room to feel right more
April 20, 2017
On the other side of the generational divide
CIA students make art - and friends - in Judson residency more
April 11, 2017
Pressing on with her art
CIA adjunct Craun's artist prints fill gallery collections more
March 09, 2017
Student internship: Marcella Verchio at CMNH
Multiple internships feed Biomedical Art grad's professional development more
March 06, 2017
Setting the stage for 'eureka!'
Cuffaro follows his love of invention into design, teaching more
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