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November 22, 2015
Three CIA grads use art and design skills to help a nonprofit cause
By Julie Troha
Millions of people around the world sponsor children in need through charitable organizations. But not many sponsors get the chance to meet them in person. CIA grad Jeff Mancinetti ’09 and his wife, Emily Mancinetti, visited their sponsor child in Ethiopia, and their experience catalyzed a project that’s now changing 30 orphans’ lives.
The project, called 30 Hearts, follows a new model for helping orphans. It matches volunteer mothers with five children each. Six of these new families live together in a group home for five years, receiving the counseling and care they need to develop strong relationships. Then...continue reading
December 19, 2012
CIA Hosts 33rd Scholastic Art Awards + Exhibit
The annual Scholastic Art Competition + Exhibition (January 14 to February 2) recognizes creative achievement... more
December 11, 2012
Six CIA Artists Capture Fellowships
November 30, 2012
Joseph O'Sickey '40 to Receive Governor's Award
Joseph B. O'Sickey '40 has been selected to receive a 2013 Governor's Award for the... more
November 28, 2012
Scene Reviews A Tale in Two Cities
November 24, 2012
Former CIA President Remembered
Joseph McCullough built strong academic core and led college's growth in University Circle. more
November 13, 2012
Happy Birthday Cleveland Institute of Art!
Marking 130 years of art + design education more
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