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April 17, 2019
A 9-year-old course helps artists find their voices on issues close to their hearts.
By Joseph Clark
In wartime, propaganda is used to mobilize patriots, sometimes against their own self-interest. In peacetime, propaganda can draw lines between “us” and “them,” fouling the air with hostility until times cease to be peaceful.
“Propaganda” is a provocative term. And that is exactly why Maggie Denk-Leigh named her course after it.
Denk-Leigh is chair of the Cleveland Institute of Art’s Printmaking Department and president of the board of directors at the Morgan Conservatory, the Cleveland-based arts center dedicated to preserving and advancing the art of papermaking. Since 2010, she has taught CIA’s course called Propaganda: Media, Dissemination, and Technique, which...continue reading
June 01, 2007
Design Values 2 at the FUTURE Center!
The FUTURE Center's latest show, Design Values 2, explores the Institute's impact on the global... more
May 30, 2007
Institute Professors exhibiting work in New York this summer
Institute Professors Troy Richards and Knut Hybinette will be showing their video game at Cleveland's... more
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
May 21, 2007
Professor Eugene Pawlowski Wins 2007 Viktor Schreckengost Award
Professor Eugene Pawlowski was honored with the teaching award at the 2007 Commencement Ceremony. more
May 17, 2007
Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibit Featured in The Free Times!
Cleveland Free Times writer Douglas Max Utter writes about the 2007 Bachelor of Fine Arts... more