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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 20, 2010
2010 CIA Convocation and Inauguration
The Cleveland Institute of Art community will come together this Friday at convocation to welcome... more
August 19, 2010
What will you make of it?
Join us for an overview of life of life at the Cleveland Institute of Art. more
August 18, 2010
Grad Helps Immigrant Women Weave a New Tradition
CIA Grad Rebecca Garcia lends a hand to refugee Bhutanese women. more
August 17, 2010
CIA Exhibition at Cleveland Furniture Fair
Cleveland's District of Design, co-founded by Dan Cuffaro, chair of the design departments at CIA,... more
August 04, 2010
CIA: University Circle
The Cleveland Institute of Art is located in the center of University Circle. You will... more
July 30, 2010
Faculty Show, EMIT Film Fest and After-Party on 9/2
Come to The Cleveland Institute of Art on Thursday, September 2 for a blockbuster evening!... more
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