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April 12, 2018
"I love the fact that I am always learning something new."
Jennifer Kerbo graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Art with a BFA degree in Biomedical Art. She is currently the lead artist for a cardiovascular simulation at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in the Department of Anatomy. She has also begun work on a large-scale educational game focusing on environmental issues and intergenerational learning. Recently, she answered a few questions for us about art, design and her Pre-College course.
What would you say to a student who is excited—but a little nervous—about taking your Pre-College class this summer?
I would tell them not to worry so much! I’ve had students...continue reading
November 04, 2013
Culture Trip names CIA's Reinberger Galleries in top 10
CIA's Reinberger Galleries has made the top 10 list of an international website for travelers... more
October 25, 2013
CIA's new digital presence celebrates first birthday with honors
Website and mobile version of website both receive accolades. more
October 18, 2013
CIA grads brought Lucy to life at Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Seven alumni involved in makeover of exhibition about early human ancestors. more
October 09, 2013
President, enrollment director make recruitment trip to Asia
Nunes and Borden introduce CIA to high schools in China, Taiwan, Vietnam, and India in... more
October 03, 2013
2009 grad wins regional Emmy Award
Kyllea Kerg's short animation promotes local, sustainable agriculture. more
October 02, 2013
CIA students' illustrations beautify Euclid Avenue
Drab metal utility boxes become canvases for public art in collaboration with University Circle Incorporated. more