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September 30, 2013

2009 grad wins regional Emmy Award for animated video about sustainable, local agriculture

CIA alumna Kyllea Kerg '09 has won a regional Emmy® Award as motion graphics designer of an animated video titled Growing Cleveland: Scaling up a Local Food System. The video was produced for the organization Sustainable Cleveland. more

Bethany Young, Fairport-East Rochester Post

September 26, 2013

Keep Collinwood weird: Kresge grant will propel arts-led revival on Waterloo

Congratulations to CIA instructor Jessica Pinsky, grads Christi Birchfield '06 and Lauren Naji '98, and all of the other artists who are transforming an old ethnic neighborhood into Cleveland's next great arts district. more

Lee Chilcote, fresh water cleveland

September 26, 2013

Local designer has shot to take it all in Martha Stewart maker awards

Brian Andrew Jasinski '99 has made it to the finalist round for an American Made Audience Choice Award, through which Martha Stewart and the editors of Martha Stewart Living are spotlighting the next generation of great American makers. more

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September 24, 2013

Art Spot exhibition features fresh energy, ideas from CIA students

The current exhibition at Art Spot, titled "FIVE – 2013," runs through November 8, and features new artworks by 2013 CIA graduates Lindsay Matthews and Mathew Henry Grady, senior Connor Elder, and juniors Jack Sherry and Jack Subsinsky. more

Ann McGuire, Heights Observer

September 24, 2013

Alloy Orchestra to accompany three silent films at the Cinematheque

On September 28 and 29, the internationally known Alloy Orchestra will come to the Cinematheque to play for three silent classics: Fritz Lang’s Metropolis and Lon Chaney's The Phantom of the Opera and He Who Gets Slapped. more

Clint O'Connor, The Plain Dealer

September 18, 2013

The Plain Dealer reviews the 2013 Faculty Exhibition

CIA faculty members Bill Brouillard, Brent Kee Young, Sarah Kabot, and Kasumi all get special mentions in art critic Steven Litt's review of the 2013 Faculty Exhibition. more

Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer

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