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September 29, 2016
CIA senior turns internship into a job
In internship terms, CIA senior Andrew Vagner experienced a Cinderella story. The Graphic Design major started the summer of 2016 heading to Seattle for a summer job at Starbucks and wound up with an offer to work there full-time after graduation in 2017.
This doesn’t happen to everyone, but Vagner has been working toward success for a long time.
Born and raised in Cleveland, he attended Trinity High School in Garfield Heights, Ohio, where he participated in a design track. As part of that, he interned in the communications department at Swagelok for three...
April 01, 2011
Professor and Multimedia Artist Kasumi Wins Guggenheim Award
Project will probe mysteries of cognition more
March 30, 2011
Ohio Arts Council Honors Five CIA Artists
Five Cleveland Institute of Art faculty, staff, and alumni received $5,000 Individual Excellence Awards from... more
March 29, 2011
Interior Design Students Create for Food Bank
Interior design sophomores use 1,000 cans of food to create a giant sketchbook and pencil... more
March 28, 2011
Convivium33 Gallery Show Features 6 CIA Women
An April 2011 show at Convivium33 Gallery showcases selected works by leading female regional artists,... more
March 24, 2011
GM Foundation Makes $70,000 Grant to CIA
A $70,000 grant from the General Motors Foundation will fund scholarships, equipment, and the Industrial... more
March 23, 2011
Four CIA Artists Featured in 2011 Cle Film Fest
Alumni, faculty, and staff from CIA produce, direct, design, and star in the 2011 Cleveland... more
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