September 12, 2010
Plain Dealer reporter Steven Litt spoke with Grafton Nunes, the newly minted president of The Cleveland Institute of Art
With a background in filmmaking and decades of experience in college administration, President Nunes brings fresh ideas—and big goals—to the 128-year-old college of art and design.
Grafton Nunes began his term as president of The Cleveland Institute of Art on July 1 and was formally inaugurated at the Institute’s fall convocation on August 27.
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