October 1993
Surface Design Journal;Fall93, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p36
Trade Publication
The article offers information about a five-year program of Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) at the Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA) in Ohio. It mentions that at CIA, the students learn the historical relevance of fiber to the individual and to various cultures and they will find their own directions ranging from tapestry expression in the narrative tradition, to innovative functional work, and to expressive gallery work. It reveals that the tuition fee for the BFA program for academic year 1992-1993 is $10,500 and the graduates of the said program usually work professionally as exhibiting artists, designers, and textile conservators.


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