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March 20, 2023
Glass program inspires passion, innovation, community and teamwork
By Karen Sandstrom
Call it kismet or even a series of fortunate events, but the origin story of Cleveland Institute of Art’s Glass program practically glistens with a sense of the inevitable.
It was 1971, and artist Dale Chihuly had just co-founded the Pilchuk Glass School in Stanwood, Washington. To gin up business, he invited members of the Union of Independent Colleges of Art to send two students to Pilchuk for a summer workshop.
Joseph Zeller was chair of CIA’s Ceramics program at the time. CIA had no Glass department then, but Zeller did have two ambitious and energetic...continue reading
August 10, 2007
Mary Ann Scherr '44 Receives SNAG Lifetime Achievement Award
For the second time in three years, a Cleveland Institute of Art graduate has won... more
August 02, 2007
Nottingham-Spirk Design Associates Featured on Today Show
Institute graduates John Nottingham and John Spirk featured, both class of 1972, in Today show... more
July 30, 2007
Industrial Design Student Ruth Kucklick: Summer Internship Q&A
Ruth Kucklick '09 talks about her internship with Reebok! more
July 05, 2007
Cleveland Institute of Art Faculty Participating in 2007 Ingenuity Fest
Six faculty members and four recent graduates of The Cleveland Institute of Art will present... more
July 02, 2007
Faculty Emeritus John Paul Miller talks about his experience with Ansel Adams
John Paul Miller answers a Q&A about his encounters with the legendary Ansel Adams... more
June 26, 2007
T.I.M.E Graduate Ben Rodriguez Attending Tisch School of the Arts!
Ben Rodriguez '05, a graduate of the T.I.M.E Department at The Cleveland Institute of Art,... more
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