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July 20, 2022

13 Standouts at Cleveland’s FRONT Triennial, from a healing fountain to a functional barricade made of artworks

Among the 13 highlighted FRONT exhibitions is The Less Dead by CIA alum Dexter Davis, on view in CIA's Reinberger Gallery. more

Alex Greenberger | ARTnews

July 15, 2022

Cleveland’s FRONT Triennial Names Art Futures Fellows

FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art today announced the inaugural recipients of the Art Futures Fellowship, worth $25,000 each. They are: Amanda D. King, Antwoine Washington and CIA alums Charmaine Spencer and Erykah Townsend. more

Michael Irwin | Ocula Magazine

July 14, 2022

FRONT Triennial announces first four winners of prestigious new fellowship aimed at uplifting NEO artists of color

The FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art announced the winners of a new, three-year career-building fellowship for Northeast Ohio artists of color—and two recipients are CIA graduates. more

Steven Litt | The Plain Dealer,

June 28, 2022

A change in leadership at The Cleveland Institute of Art

Nestled in Cleveland's University Circle is an institution that's been in the city for 135 years. The location and name have changed several times during that time, but the purpose—educating and training the next generation of artists—has remained... more

Drew Maziasz | Ideastream

June 26, 2022

Grafton Nunes leaves behind a stronger Cleveland Institute of Art after 12 years as president

The Cleveland Institute of Art was in rough shape 12 years ago when Grafton Nunes interviewed for the job of becoming its next president. Now, as Nunes prepares to retire, observers say he’s leaving CIA in vastly better... more

Steven Litt | The Plain Dealer,

June 03, 2022

Cleveland Institute of Art celebrates the art of political protest in ‘We Want Everything’ print show

Grab your bullhorn and get ready to march: With apologies to Gil Scott Heron, the revolution isn’t being televised at the Cleveland Institute of Art; it’s rolling off a printing press. “We Want Everything,’’ an immersive visual onslaught... more

Steven Litt | The Plain Dealer,


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