Apr 15, 2014
Students win $11,000 in Dealer Tire art competition
Mar 15, 2014 @ MOCA Cleveland in Cleveland, OH
CIA's Traveling Sketchbooks make a last stop at MOCA
Apr 11, 2014
Romanian visiting artist brings new perspective to CIA
Mar 28, 2014
Dinner by Design – Art of the Table, and a runway show
about an hour ago via Facebook
Congratulations to the winning team, “Pulse + Luminance,” as well as all of the students who participated in IN THE DARK, CIA’s wearable-technology-with-light competition. The winning team was announced on Saturday, April 12 at the Great Lakes Science Center. From left to right: model Ariona Beninato, sophomore Fashion Merchandising major from Kent State University; Ben Horvat, CIA senior Drawing major; Marcy Kniss, CIA senior Graphic Design major; Eric Payne, CIA freshman; Ray Krajci, CWRU Computer Engineering graduate; and model Arianna Likouris, Kent State University freshman Fashion Design major.
Apr 06, 2014
April 16 is encore of 360 Degrees of Sight + Sound: The Planetarium Project
Mar 28, 2014
The Accident: Recent Work by Nicky Nodjoumi
Mar 18, 2014
Corvette designer returns to teach, show his latest work
Apr 14, 2014 @ University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland, OH
2014 Biomedical Art Spring Show
Apr 15, 2014
4/17-19: Benicio Del Toro in Jimmy P, Hitchcock's To Catch A Thief & more!
Participants must be enrolled in a public, private or parochial high school program that includes 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grade, and must live in the United States.
Because of popular demand, the 2D3D deadline has been extended by one week to midnight, Friday, Jan. 31. But please upload your work before the last minute so that you'll have time to ask any potential questions or address any upload issues.
The jury is made up of faculty members at the Cleveland Institute of Art. Each juror will be responsible for judging one of the four main categories that include Visual Arts, Design, Integrated Media, and Craft. Once the four category winners have been determined, the jurors will then review their work again, and vote on a ‘Best in Show’ winner.
Judging will be blind, so the jurors will not know the identities of the people who have entered the work.
The top prize for this competition is called ‘Best in Show’. That prize includes $2,500 in cash. To qualify for ‘Best in Show’, a participant must first win one of four categories that include Visual Arts, Integrated Media, Design and Craft.
Also included as a prize when winning ‘Best in Category’ is an annual $10,000 scholarship at the Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA), which over four years totals $40,000! The $10,000 Scholarships will be renewed annually for up to 4 years of undergraduate study at CIA as long as the recipient maintains a 3.0 cumulative GPA and remains enrolled full-time.
When students submit projects that have been collaborative, the cash award is divided between the participants per instruction from the ‘lead participant.’ In regards to the annual $10,000 CIA scholarship, up to five students per ‘collaboration’ are eligible to win the $10,000 scholarship at one time. Collaborations beyond more than five students will require a review process on a case-by-case basis to see if CIA can issue additional scholarships.
Teachers: enter just one student and you'll be eligible for a drawing to win $1,000 worth of art supplies for your classroom.
Entry requirements do allow participants to work together on projects. See ‘2D3D Prizes’ above to learn more about how prizes are structured when there is more than one participant working together on one or more entries. For collaborative projects, the Participation Agreement and Release Form must be completed and uploaded to the registration form. (See Participation Agreement and Release Form, PDF Download)
The judging criteria will be based on originality and technical skill as defined below.
Students cannot use copyrighted music in their work without the permission of the original artist. Review our Copyright Release Form, and follow the directions accordingly. (See Copyright Release Form, PDF Download)
For additional guidelines on the use of copyrighted materials, visit this page on the Center for Media & Social Impact's website.
In addition to the registration form, you must get the consent of any recognizable people who you may have photographed, videotaped or filmed. (See Appearance Release Form, PDF Download)
Any original work(s) of art or other forms of intellectual property shall belong to the student(s) who created them. CIA and our sponsors reserve the right to photograph, reproduce, and use for display the works of art entered into the 2D3D competition for marketing and publicity of the 2D3D competition in the future.
As a condition of participation in the 2D3D competition, students give permission for photos of themselves to be used by CIA for marketing, publicity, or other related purposes if they should be one of the winners of a prize or honorary mention.
The Institute does not take responsibility for any original artwork associated with the 2D3D competition.
Students who submit work to the Video/Film category are required to complete the Video Entry Agreement Form (per video entry) and submit it along with their entry to the registration form. (See Video Entry Agreement Form, PDF Download)
Once you finish uploading your artwork, we will contact your teacher to confirm that you are their student.
Click on a category from the list below for category descriptions and examples.
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