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April 12, 2018
"I love the fact that I am always learning something new."
Jennifer Kerbo graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Art with a BFA degree in Biomedical Art. She is currently the lead artist for a cardiovascular simulation at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in the Department of Anatomy. She has also begun work on a large-scale educational game focusing on environmental issues and intergenerational learning. Recently, she answered a few questions for us about art, design and her Pre-College course.
What would you say to a student who is excited—but a little nervous—about taking your Pre-College class this summer?
I would tell them not to worry so much! I’ve had students...continue reading
February 18, 2015
Environment, Art, and Engaged Practice course brought students outdoors, brought new concepts to light
Elective course met in rustic lodge in a hemlock forest more
February 16, 2015
Full-tuition CIA scholarship available to CMSD students
CMSD grad encourages Cleveland students to apply for admission, work hard more
February 11, 2015
Furniture design competition brings student work to MOCA Cleveland
Two student-designed furnishings already generating buzz; another on the way more
February 05, 2015
Designing a career: Jewelry + Metals grads advise current students
Jewelry designers Rich and Austin (Bates) Zarobell were visiting artists more
February 03, 2015
First year student's self portrait makes cover of pencil box
General Pencil Company to feature Julia Maddalina '18 on promotional materials more
February 01, 2015
Two full scholarships to CIA's summer Pre-College program made possible by Cleveland nonprofit Graffiti HeArt