Construction is now complete on Cleveland Institute of Art’s gleaming new, 80,000-square-foot George Gund Building, adjoined to its Joseph McCullough Center for the Visual Arts on Euclid Avenue.
By the start of the 2015-2016 academic year, the entire college will be unified on this Euclid Avenue site and all CIA students will – for the first time in 39 years – learn, create, and inspire one another on a single campus in Cleveland's recently revitalized Uptown neighborhood.
The new George Gund building houses: the Peter B. Lewis Theater, future home of the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque; the Reinberger Gallery; the Stone Flower Café; American Greetings Welcome Center; and several administrative offices.
The following academic departments are now housed there: Industrial Design, Interior Architecture, Graphic Design, Illustration, Biomedical Art, Game Design, Animation, and Photography + Video. The new building is adjoined to the existing McCullough building by the soaring, sunlit Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Atrium.
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