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May 11, 2023
By Michael C. Butz
When Alison Alsup addresses fellow Class of 2023 graduates as the student Commencement speaker, she'll have completed a fulfilling four-year journey at the Cleveland Institute of Art.
Alsup, it turns out, embraces such journeys.
Not only did she endeavor to pursue her creative interests by double majoring in Drawing and Painting, she ventured to different corners of the world to broaden her perspective and expand her creative practice.
Alsup exhibited three bodies of work around those travels: Prairies to Peaks: Biking to Colorado’s Tallest Mountain, a solo exhibition in...continue reading
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