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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
August 05, 2011
Cinematheque Celebrates 25th Anniversary Weekend
Cinematheque at 25: Silver anniversary brings movie-packed weekend and flood of memories at Cleveland Institute... more
August 05, 2011
Student Profile: Robert Coby '11, Glass
"I helped to curate the Cleveland Museum of Art's studio glass collection." more
August 04, 2011
Student Profile: Trisha Shah '12, Biomedical Art
"I drew on my science and art talents to illustrate a major surgical milestone." more
July 29, 2011
Pre-College Program 2011: Success!
Each summer, creative high-schoolers from around the country come to CIA's two-week Pre-College Program in... more
July 27, 2011
Five CIA Artists Exhibit at River Gallery 7/30-9/10
River Gallery presents an exhibition by Cleveland's finest craftspeople. more
July 26, 2011
CIA Studio Spotlight: Glass
Two CIA glass artists demonstrate the beauty of glassmaking as they create pieces for the... more
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