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November 06, 2023

Collision of art and artificial intelligence creates murky waters for artists, curators and educators

Jimmy Kuehnle, associate professor and chair of Scupture + Expanded Media, joined a panel of experts to discuss the role of artificial intelligence in the arts on Ideastream Public Media's Sound of Ideas. Follow the link to listen... more

Drew Maziasz | Ideastream Public Media

October 25, 2023

Growing STEM: Art and science come together in medical illustrations

The melding of science and art is proving to be an unlikely, but needed partnership as medical renderings become needed more often in the health field. "I can actually go into a scientific field and still explore the... more

Jeff Reidel and Betsy Kling | WKYC-TV 3News

August 18, 2023

Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque director John Ewing announces retirement

For nearly four decades, John Ewing has been the driving force behind the Cinematheque. But this will be his last full year as its director. On Friday, Ewing announced his retirement effective June 30, 2024. more

Joey Morona | The Plain Dealer/

August 10, 2023

Art program animates Kenston student’s creativity

When she was 11, Gabriella West began posting animated shorts set to music on YouTube for fun. Now, entering her senior year at Kenston High School, she’s considering a career in it. So, when the opportunity to take... more

Allison Wilson | Geauga Maple Leaf

August 03, 2023

Kathryn Heidemann hit the ground running in year one as president and CEO at Cleveland Institute of Art

Leadership transitions can be tricky at any cultural institution, but Kathryn Heidemann’s productive first year as president and CEO of the Cleveland Institute of Art appears to have benefited from a seamless handoff planned several years ago by... more

Steven Litt | The Plain Dealer,

June 20, 2023

What the Supreme Court’s stance on race-conscious admissions means for Cleveland’s colleges

The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to issue decisions on two cases that could restrict colleges’ ability to consider an applicant’s race as a factor in admissions. Yvette Sobky Shaffer, CIA's Vice President of Enrollment Management + Marketing,... more

Amy Morona | Signal Cleveland


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