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July 28, 2016
Cinematheque veterans have kept reels turning for decades
By Clint O’Connor
The digital revolution has not only sent thousands of film projectors to the dumpster, it has diminished the value of what were once crucial members of the cinematic process: projectionists.
These skilled, seasoned technicians have been largely replaced by hard drives as the precision of showing movies has been reduced to clicking a mouse.
As a tribute to the more than 100-year tradition of film projection, the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque will host a special evening at 8:15 p.m. on Sat., August 6 featuring a screening of Peter Flynn’s new documentary “The Dying of the...continue reading
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
November 05, 2012
Fish and Ships project receives Ford funding
Ford College Community Challenge (C3) grant supports CIA Industrial Design students' project to save wildlife... more
October 31, 2012
Animation Executive Reflects on CIA Days
Christopher Whittey, CIA's vice president of faculty affairs and chief academic officer, recently visited China... more