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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
November 01, 2010
Students Brought Joy + Art to Children with Cancer
CIA students worked with the nonprofit Flashes of Hope to give kids with cancer the... more
October 29, 2010
New Exhibition at The Cleveland Institute of Art Explores Enduring Bond Between Art And Medicine
The Anatomica Aesthetica exhibition is on view in CIA's Reinberger Galleries from November 5 to... more
October 28, 2010
CIA Student Illustrates Childrens Poetry Book
CIA illustration major Karen Sandstrom '12 has illustrated a lively collection of poems called Zombies!... more
October 27, 2010
Grad Discusses Project Runway on TV and Radio
CIA grad Valerie Mayen '05 appears on Cleveland's PBS and NPR affiliates to discuss her... more
October 25, 2010
CIA Faculty Scott Colosimo Founds Motorcycle Co.
Fresh Water, Cleveland's weekly e-magazine about local innovation, profiles Scott Colosimo and his company Cleveland... more
October 25, 2010
Grad's Handcrafted Bags Benefit CIA
Madeline Hoyle '09 has founded Blicksbags, a line of handcrafted bags that incorporate reclaimed materials... more