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February 03, 2016
Five questions for Brad Copping
Toronto-born glass artist Brad Copping is renowned for the elegance he brings both to functional glass vessels and larger, more conceptual pieces. Copping has participated in more than 175 exhibitions (20 solo), and his work can be seen in seven public collections. The Corning New Glass Review has featured his work nine times.
In 2015, he embarked on his Mirrored Canoe Project, which involved covering a 16-foot cedar canoe with mirrored maps of Ontario waterways. In September, he paddled the canoe along more than 90 miles of waterways between Lommel, Belgium and Leerdam, Netherlands. Copping was...continue reading
January 07, 2013
Illustration Student Wins Scholarship
Amber Esner '13 Wins Scholarship in Design*Sponge Competition more
January 03, 2013
Meet One of "Cleveland's Most Interesting People 2013"
Kristen Baumlier-Faber, associate professor, video, was named one of "Cleveland's Most Interesting People 2013" by... more
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
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