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Embrace of adventure marks Krugger’s auto-world ascent

Throughout his career, the Industrial Design alum has relied on creative problem solving skills that were fine-tuned at CIA more



CinemaTalk, January-February 2020

CinemaTalk, January-February 2020

CinemaTalk, November-December 2019

CinemaTalk, November-December 2019

CIA, Pro Football HOF team up

CIA, Pro Football HOF team up

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Apr 10, 2020

The Great Debate: Discussion about the Basel Banana, moderated by Lane Cooper CANCELED

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Apr 14, 2020

Tag You're It: Objects in the Digital Age CANCELED

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Apr 21, 2020

2020 Spring Design Show CANCELED

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March 17, 2020

Former marketer crafts ceramics practice at CIA

A career in communications for Kimberly Chapman, 60, gave way to delivering poignant and topical... more

March 17, 2020

Creativity coursed through previous endeavors

For Glass major Betty Rozakis, 63, drawing was an early interest--and something she pursued at... more

February 27, 2020

FlucT connects with audience, students

NYC-based performance duo wows crowd and meets with Sculpture + Expanded Media majors during visit... more

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CIA’s Pre-College helped Karl realize art school was the right choice for him. If you know of a rising high school sophomore, junior or senior who might also benefit, they can learn more about—and apply for—this summer’s program after reading Karl’s Q&A.

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