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Opening April 21, the Full Service exhibition celebrates the contributions and work of CIA's Technical Assistants.
See the latest artwork from Cleveland Institute of Art instructional staff at the Full Service exhibition at CIA’s Visual Arts + Technologies Coventry Center. Fine art, craft, design, and digital work will be on display from our Technical Assistants—artists who help our faculty and students make the most of CIA facilities and equipment.
Come to the opening reception on Thursday, April 21, 2011 from 7 to 9pm. Full Service will be on view from April 19 to 26 on the upper level of 1854 Coventry Road in Cleveland Heights. During the run of the show, the gallery will be open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 to 6pm, or by appointment (call 216.640.0634).
Don’t miss this chance to get a look at work by the experts behind the scenes of CIA’s classrooms, most of whom are CIA grads: Michael Wallace ’04, Melinda Laszczynski ’10, Brittany Campbell ’09, Karen Beckwith ’87, Jeffrey Mancinetti ’09, Lauren Voss ’05, Teresa Crockett ’10, Amy Sinbondit, Chadd Lacy, Joseph Stanley ’05, Elizabeth Staiger ’09, Nicole Smith ’09, and Scott Stibich ’10.
The Cleveland Institute of Art’s Visual Arts + Technologies Coventry Center furthers CIA’s mission to provide students with a comprehensive education that promotes the development of professional practices while nurturing their artistic vision. As an extension of The Cleveland Institute of Art’s Visual Arts + Technologies Environment, the Center is a link between classroom learning and the social, curatorial, and critical practices that build a successful community-arts initiative.
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