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August 08, 2018
Pamela Argentieri ’87 designs, sells jewelry and metals
By Evelyn Theiss
As CIA student in the 1980s, Pamela Argentieri remembers that graphic design was a common default for students who thought they needed a “real job” so they could practice their art of choice on the side.
But Argentieri graduated with a BFA in jewelry and metals, and has earned her living doing the thing she most loves.
She is the owner of Argentieri Design in Cleveland Heights, and shows and sells her work locally, nationally and in Great Britain. Her work also has been acquired for the permanent collection of the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art...continue reading
June 04, 2007
St. Clair Superior and the Institute celebrate the Year of the Pig
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The Plain Dealer Covers Toby Lewis Fellowship
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June 01, 2007
Design Values 2 at the FUTURE Center!
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May 30, 2007
Institute Professors exhibiting work in New York this summer
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May 22, 2007
Click here to see a list of the class of 2007, the 124th graduating class... more
May 21, 2007
Industrial Design Graduate Rob Swinton on the radio!
Rob Swinton '07 featured on WCPN on May 21, 2007. Listen to it here! more