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CIA’s Pre-College Program welcomed 85 high school students from around the country this summer. During this two-week residential program, students used the tools and processes otherwise available only to our students. The program culminated in an exhibition and celebration of their work on Friday, July 25. Please join us in congratulating these gifted students and their accomplishments!

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January 03, 2009

CIA Faculty and Student Art Work Featured in 2008 Calendars

Both the work of CIA faculty and students have been featured in area calendars

CIA Faculty and Student Art Work Featured in 2008 Calendars

Both the work of CIA faculty and students has been featured in area calendars.

Maggie Denk-Leigh (Printmaking) has her Electric Fan lithograph featured in the 52 Weeks| Works 2008 Desk Calendar published by the Academy of Graphic Communications, Inc. Kathy Buszkiewicz's (Jewelry and Metals) piece Omnia Varitas XII is also featured.

The artwork of 20 Illustration department students is featured in the AGS Custom Graphics 2008 Calendar. The calendar theme is “The Mystery of Hidden Words” and students were invited to images that supported the calendar theme.

The students’ names and the month they are featured are below.

Lauren Chalkin: January 2008
Jen Whitcomb: February 2008
Hsin-Rou Lee: March 2008
Amira Elizabeth Maher: April 2008
Cheryl Andrey: May 2008
David Kegg: June 2008
Torianna Bekoscke: July 2008
Lori Catanzarite: August 2008
Nicholas Gulan: September 2008
Leon Nack: October 2008
Tanna Tucker: November 2008
Adam McClellan: December 2008

These students also submitted images that were featured in the calendar on the back page:

Yusef Abonamah
Jeff Clark
Dan Farruggia
Travis Rock
Stephen DeMory
Dontae Hines Lindner
Megan Rohr
Amy Rottinger

Congratulations to all those artists selected to be featured in these calendars.

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