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Academics . For Teachers + Counselors . Summer Teacher Residency . Schedule 

 

Schedule

Tuesday, June 15 - Saturday, June 26, 2021

Move In: Tuesday, June 15
4-7pm Residents arrive at Euclid 117 Residence Hall
7-8:30pm Welcome Reception
During the Program: Wednesday, June 16 - Friday, June 25
9am-noon Studio/Class
Noon-1pm Lunch
1-6pm Studio/Class
6-7pm Dinner
7-9pm Lecture/Critique
Last Day: Saturday, June 26
8:30am-4pm Exhibition Installation
4-6pm Personal Time
6-8pm Exhibition and Reception
Check Out: Sunday, June 27
9am-noon Residents depart

 *Schedule will vary slightly due to professional development and resource presentations.

2D Processes faculty mentor George Kozmon (right), discussing work with resident

Studios

General access to the CIA building is 7am – 11pm. Residents can remain working during building hours after 11pm, but their keycard will not give them re-entry access to entrances and studio spaces once they exit.

2D Processes + Digital Art and Photography

Lead Faculty Mentor: George Kozmon

Painting/Drawing Studios:

  • Access hours: 7am – 11pm, daily during the residency*

Printmaking Studio:

  • Required Orientation: Thursday, June 17, 2pm, Room 308
  • Monitored Access Hours: to be scheduled between Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm*
  • Department Chair: Maggie Denk-Leigh, Technical Specialist: Stevie Tanner
  • Capabilities: intaglio/relief, lithography, screenprinting, various monoprinting techniques, and limited letterpress printing

Photography Studio/Darkroom:

  • Required Orientation: Thursday, June 17, 1pm Room 315
  • General Access Hours: 7am – 11pm, daily during the residency*
  • Department Chair: Barry Underwood, Technical Specialist: Nate Rouse
  • Facilities: facilities equipped with an array of photographic and video imaging tools and equipment that includes digital and film cameras for both still and moving imagery, enlargers and darkroom equipment, optical scanners, archival and large format inkjet printers, professional studio and lighting gear

Mac 203 Lab

  • General Access Hours: 7am – 11pm, daily through the duration of the residency*

Digital Output Center (DOC)

  • General Access Hours: Monday-Friday: 9am-12pm, 1-5pm*
  • Output Center Coordinator: Josh Werling
  • Capabilities: Produce and present digital work of all types Archival prints produced at up to 2400 dpi on a wide variety of papers, films, canvas, and fabrics. Scanning, mounting, laminating also available.

*CIA’s building will be closed on Friday, June 18 in honor of Juneteenth. Residents will participate in offsite museum visits and professional development sessions that day.

Contemporary Craft

Lead Faculty Mentor: Kristen Cliffel

Ceramics Studio:

  • Required Orientation: Thursday, June 17, 1pm, Room 402
  • General Access Hours: 7am – 11pm, daily through the duration of the residency*
  • Department Chair: Seth Nagelberg, Technical Specialist: Alberto Veronica-Lopez
  • Facilities: fully equipped with seven kilns, including two walk-in kilns, a computerized Blaauw kiln, glazing studio, clay making lab, and a 3D clay printer

Jewelry + Metals Studio:

  • Required Orientation: Thursday, June 17, 10am, Room 409
  • Monitored Access Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm*, with general access evening and weekend hours to be scheduled based on resident needs
  • Department Chair: Matthew Hollern, Technical Specialist: Lyanne Torres
  • Facilities: traditional metal working equipment, as well as casting, enamel and 3D printing technologies

Glass Studio:

  • Required Orientation: Thursday, June 17, 2pm, Room 403
  • Monitored Access Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm*, with general access evening and weekend hours to be scheduled based on resident needs
  • Department Chair: Ben Johnson, Technical Specialist: Zac Gorrell
  • Capabilities: glassblowing, fusion glass work (casting, slumping, and bending), flameworking, and cold-glass work (cutting, grinding, polishing, and sandblasting)

Fabrication Studio (includes Woodshop, Plastic Shop, Plaster/Stone Room, Spray Paint Booth, Spray Mount Room):

  • Required Orientation: Thursday, June 17, 11am, Room 218
  • Monitored Access Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm* (closed 12-1pm for lunch)
  • Fabrication Studio Director: Steve Smolinski
  • Facilities: equipment and tools to conduct processes that include surfacing, cutting, shaping, sanding, turning, drilling and fastening, plaster, concrete, and stone-carving, mold-making, and more
  • While studio monitor(s) will be present during access hours, residents must have familiarity using Fabrication Studio equipment and attend the mandatory orientation in order to use the space during monitored hours.

*CIA’s building will be closed on Friday, June 18 in honor of Juneteenth. Residents will participate in offsite museum visits and professional development sessions that day.

Note: Available spaces and times subject to change. 

For more information:

Gabrielle Burrage
Director of Continuing Education + Community Outreach
216.421.7493 | Contact

Professional Development Sessions

In addition to demonstrations, studio visits, working sessions, and critiques, participants will engage in various professional development experiences with our local partners.

Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA): Museum Exploration

Dive into artworks and educator resources at the Cleveland Museum of Art through a variety of modes of exploration. Then, explore the museum on a tour and activity in the contemporary art wing. Finally, explore on your own during an optional self-guided tour to round off the afternoon.

Contemporary Practices: Third Fridays in Cleveland

Part of an artist’s practice is networking with colleagues and galleries. Third Fridays is a local tradition where galleries across the city schedule opening receptions of new exhibitions, artists talks, and other creative events. Residents will have the chance to explore these venues and connect with other artists, all while boosting their roster of creative contemporaries to bring back to the classroom.

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA): Museum Practices

Explore working with museums as practicing artists and teachers, including available resources and how to promote your own work to larger institutes.

Contemporary Practices: Navigating the Art World

Join us for a lecture and discussion on how to navigate the contemporary art world, including goals and outcomes of the residency, networking, marketing, and different resources available to you as both practicing and teaching artists.

Pricing Your Artwork

Learn about pricing your artwork, establishing a rate for your labor, and negotiating your fees. 

Roundtable Discussion: Classroom Strategies + Planning

Connect with your cohort of educators during this in-depth discussion. We will share lesson plans, teaching strategies, and talk about the challenges and successes faced in the classroom. Subjects will include critiques, student participation, teaching contemporary artists, and educator resources.

 

Schedule of Professional Development activities subject to alter.