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November 19, 2021
CIA alumni help Cleveland’s major-league teams stand out from their competition
By Carlo Wolff
Renee Arko and Ty Emerson Scott prove that art and sports may not be such strange bedfellows after all. Blending them is what these Cleveland Institute of Art graduates do.
Arko ’11 is now Coordinator of Scoreboard Operations for the Cleveland Browns, where she handles sponsorship requests for the scoreboards, the exterior board, day-to-day events and game-day operations. “I never really thought of sports as being an artistic workplace, but it is,” Arko says.
Scott ’20 joined the Cleveland Indians as an animator and designer in April; he creates graphic content for the team’s social media...continue reading
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