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June 18, 2015
Students partner with local organizations to exhibit their work
For decades, students in CIA’s design majors have been serving internships with manufacturers and design consultancies, and, in the process, making helpful contacts and gaining valuable professional experience before graduation.
With notable exceptions, students pursuing visual arts generally have not had access to comparable internship experiences. Until now.
Thanks to a grant from the Fenn Educational Fund of the Cleveland Foundation, and some smart thinking by faculty and staff members, CIA this year facilitated Creativity Works, a program of self-initiated internship experiences for students looking forward to careers as visual artists.
The result: five juniors lined up community organizations as internship hosts, wrote...continue reading
September 26, 2013
CIA prof brings creativity to the community in two public art commissions
Sarah Kabot tapped for projects at suburban library, downtown hotel. more
September 25, 2013
Learning from young artists, designers
CIA announces panelists for NEXT teen career-development day more
September 20, 2013
2011 grad curates powerful exhibition, lecture series about contemporary mourning
September 19, 2013
Art Spot exhibition features fresh energy, ideas from CIA students
Exhibition in Lee Road's Wine Spot closes Nov. 8 more
September 16, 2013
Lunch On Fridays series offers brain nourishment for CIA, public
Lunch On Fridays isn't about sandwiches, exactly. But it is about refueling. more
September 11, 2013
Student's illustrations featured in solo show
Rob Benigno '14 earns a rare exhibition opportunity more