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June 12, 2019
Last fall, when CIA alumna Courtenay Finn accepted the position of chief curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, she returned to the city she has lived in the longest.
Finn clocked six years in Cleveland during and after her time as a CIA Fiber + Material Studies major. That constituted a record for Finn ’05, who was raised in a family that moved frequently and internationally.
Between the time she left and returned to Cleveland, Finn accomplished a lot. She earned her master’s degree in curatorial studies at the California College of the Arts. She served as curator at Art in General, a New York nonprofit that helps artists access space and resources for new projects. And, more recently, Finn was senior curator at...continue reading
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
June 25, 2007
CIA Alumni Mark Reigelman unveils collection of public furniture pieces at New York's Brooklyn Borou
A 2006 graduate of The Cleveland Institute of Art is unveiling a collection of site-specific... more
June 25, 2007
The Plain Dealer: 2004 Institute Alumni Featured for Game Design
Matt Neff and Tony Solary were game for work when they were digital-arts students at... more
June 13, 2007
Student Profile: Niki Smith, Drawing
Niki Smith has already achieved tremendous success with her work and she has yet to... more
June 05, 2007
Press Release: Cleveland Institute of Art Gallery Director Honored with International and Ohio Film
Bruce Checefsky, director of The Cleveland Institute of Art's Reinberger Galleries, has won a 2007... more