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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
December 06, 2017
From the start, sculptor and CIA alumna Susan Collett nourished both her art and her... more
November 30, 2017
University Hospitals project gives ID major a chance to shine
At his summer internship, Industrial Design major Jack McCarley blended his love for fine art... more
November 29, 2017
Alum's mystical friends poised to 'take over the world'
As quickly as he shapes and fires them, Neal Martin's herd of ceramic creatures are... more
November 08, 2017
Cuban artist Valdes spends residency in Jewelry + Metals studios
When artist Yasniel Valdes packed for his first trip to the United States in September,... more
October 27, 2017
Designer Bierut shares font of wisdom with CIA
He spoke on "How to Change the World (a Little) with Graphic Design" more
October 24, 2017
Visiting artist Rakowitz finds the power of orange
'I don't want to be polite as an artist' more