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June 08, 2018
It’s Friday night, and there’s so much art on the menu. See a group show at BAYarts, do some wine-and-cheesing at 78th Street Studios, and pop in at Praxis Fiber Workshop in Collinwood.
By Karen Sandstrom
Cleveland has always embraced great culture, and CIA is tightly woven into that story. But these days the city seems ever more vibrant. Are we getting more art savvy? When students graduate from CIA, can they stay here to enjoy the famously low cost of living and still launch rewarding careers?
Is the Cleveland art scene just plain hot?
Keen cultural observers say yes, with a caveat or two. And it’s likely to feel warmer still in the coming months. This year, Greater Cleveland will be home to FRONT INTERNATIONAL: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art. Founded by...continue reading
August 24, 2010
Alumni Profile: B Spot
Iron Chef Michael Symon launches his latest venture in the Cleveland area, B Spot, a... more
August 23, 2010
CIA Enrolls Largest Incoming Class Ever
With 192 new students this fall, CIA shattered 128 years of enrollment records. more
August 22, 2010
Schreckengost Archives Move to Cleveland State
The archives of world-renowned artist/designer Viktor Schreckengost now have a permanent home at CSU, and... more
August 20, 2010
2010 CIA Convocation and Inauguration
The Cleveland Institute of Art community will come together this Friday at convocation to welcome... more
August 19, 2010
What will you make of it?
Join us for an overview of life of life at the Cleveland Institute of Art. more
August 18, 2010
Grad Helps Immigrant Women Weave a New Tradition
CIA Grad Rebecca Garcia lends a hand to refugee Bhutanese women. more