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June 18, 2015
Students partner with local organizations to exhibit their work
For decades, students in CIA’s design majors have been serving internships with manufacturers and design consultancies, and, in the process, making helpful contacts and gaining valuable professional experience before graduation.
With notable exceptions, students pursuing visual arts generally have not had access to comparable internship experiences. Until now.
Thanks to a grant from the Fenn Educational Fund of the Cleveland Foundation, and some smart thinking by faculty and staff members, CIA this year facilitated Creativity Works, a program of self-initiated internship experiences for students looking forward to careers as visual artists.
The result: five juniors lined up community organizations as internship hosts, wrote...continue reading
January 16, 2013
CIA honors George Gund III
Philanthropist co-founded the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque. more
January 09, 2013
CIA Student's Photo Will Provide Inspiration for Upcoming Film
Nicole Matthew's photo has been selected by actor, Jamie Foxx, to be the inspiration of... more
January 07, 2013
Illustration Student Wins Scholarship
Amber Esner '13 Wins Scholarship in Design*Sponge Competition more
January 03, 2013
Meet One of "Cleveland's Most Interesting People 2013"
Kristen Baumlier-Faber, associate professor, video, was named one of "Cleveland's Most Interesting People 2013" by... more
December 19, 2012
CIA Hosts 33rd Scholastic Art Awards + Exhibit
The annual Scholastic Art Competition + Exhibition (January 14 to February 2) recognizes creative achievement... more
December 11, 2012
Six CIA Artists Capture Fellowships