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April 20, 2017
CIA students make art - and friends - in Judson residency.
By John Campanelli
Walk into the elegant lobby of the Judson Manor retirement community, with its ornate woodwork, vintage chandeliers, marble floors and master plaster work, and you’re whisked back to the 1920s, when the majestic building opened as Wade Park Manor, one of the finest hotels between New York and Chicago.
Mark Corcoran, 68, who has lived at the Manor since 2013, calls the regal, 11-story building a grande dame. To CIA sophomores Anna Lattanzio and Ryan Laganson, it’s also a grande dorm.
Lattanzio and Laganson live in the stately retirement building on East 107th Street overlooking the Cleveland Museum...continue reading
July 23, 2013
Remembering Joseph O'Sickey '40
Cleveland Institute of Art graduate Joseph B. O'Sickey '40 has died at age 94. more
July 22, 2013
CIA president hails Cleveland's cultural resurgence
July 19, 2013
Serious gaming: Biomed grad illustrates new Android game
Pirate-themed game released for the Android platform in July. more
July 18, 2013
CIA in NY Times feature about Cleveland arts scene
Article surveys history of University Circle and recent construction at our neighboring art museums. more
July 09, 2013
Arts partnership videos feature six CIA artists
Grads and faculty members awarded $20,000 fellowships to advance their artistic careers. more
June 27, 2013
CIA breaks ground for unified campus in Uptown district
Construction will reunite art and design majors for the first time in more than 25... more