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December 01, 2015
Adam Carmichael, director of store design at Saks, earns accolades
By Cindi Deutschman-Ruiz
It happens to many of us—that moment when the career we expected to pursue gets tossed aside in favor of a career that we are passionate about.
Adam Carmichael ’03 made such as switch more than a decade ago, by “breaking free of what I thought I should be doing (business/pre-law), and making the jump to a creative university with a focus on a highly creative field.” Namely: Cleveland Institute of Art and a major in what was then called Interior Design, now Interior Architecture.
The choice didn’t entirely come out of nowhere for a designer who, at the age...continue reading
May 06, 2015
Professor Dominic Scibilia '72 retiring after 35 tenacious years
Illustration chair encouraged some 500 students to do their best work more
May 06, 2015
Professor Judith Salomon retiring to studio after teaching 37 years
Ceramics chair described as nurturing and patient but firm more
May 01, 2015
Senior named one of the top five student designers in U.S.
Geemay Chia wins merit award from prestigious Industrial Designers Society of America more
April 30, 2015
Interior Architecture students turn countertops into couture for charity fashion show
Student team competes against professional designers at Cleveland Museum of Art event more
April 28, 2015
CIA student's furniture design chosen for MOCA Cleveland
Third student-designed piece to be installed in contemporary art museum more
April 27, 2015
Three faculty, seven alumni recognized with Ohio excellence awards
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