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Values of Craft

February 18
March 04 2022

Where Cleveland Institute of Art, Ann and Norman Roulet Student + Alumni Gallery

"Cupcake" by Crystal Palka

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Curiosity and meaning can be found at every level of interaction, from material and form to color and context. For any artist, color holds weight. It is captivating to view something so meticulously and purposefully formed. To see the material of an object, deliberately picked by the maker, is to bring light to yet another piece of the puzzle. All aspects of interaction come together to provide a transcendent experience. As a group of craft artists, we each use color in our own unique way within our chosen media. Color is universal yet completely individual.

Values of Craft is an exhibition that showcases work by juniors in CIA's Craft majors: Glass, Ceramics and Jewelry + Metals. The show will be on view from Friday, February 18 through Friday, March 4 in the Ann and Norman Roulet Student + Alumni Gallery. An opening ceremony is scheduled for 6pm February 18.

Participating artists
• Braydon Cheek
• Elizabeth Clarke
• Sarah Kemp
• Crystal Palka
• John Peterson
• Vivian Rapp
• Paige Stine

All visitors are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination upon entering CIA. They also will undergo a brief health-assessment screening and be required to wear a mask at all times. Learn more about what to expect by reading the Vaccination Requirement: Visitors to CIA section at


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Ann and Norman Roulet Student + Alumni Gallery
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