CCAD Alumni participate in the Capa(CITY) Street Faire


Capa(CITY) Intersection

Stephen Takacs

Brownie – Stephen Takacs

On Saturday June 21st from 12 noon till 9pm at Clintonville Community Market, CCAD MFA alumni and current students, Jill Raymundo (BFA 2004, MFA 2015), Liz Morrison (MFA 2013) and Amy Cubberly-Yeager (MFA 2013) are creating a huge chalk mandala to cover the entire intersection at the Capa(city) street faire, Arts and Music Festival, Crestview and Camulet Street meet, along with local artists and musicians in Columbus. It will be the first street blocking event of Brokenliness collective.  The collective hopes to create a space where working relationships between community non-profits, artists and local businesses are free to develop. They are calling it Capa(CITY) Street Faire.  It is all about bringing people and organizations together to increase the capacity of what they can do and who they can reach by working together in the community. They hope to create some awareness of what is going on in the community and the arts. Anyone is welcome to participate or just come out and enjoy!  Get to know some of the Local volunteers and Community organizations. There will also be food trucks, music and art.


Clintonville Community Market

Clintonville Community Market

Proud to say that our very own CCAD alumni are working on this project.

Jill Raymundo is originally from the Philippines, she received a full scholarship at CCAD. She now teaches art, exhibits and has also had solo and group shows in Columbus, OH, Washington New York City, West Coast and Manila.

Amy Cubberly-Yeager earned her MFA in 2013 from CCAD focusing in drawing and painting. She also studied at studio art centers in Florence, Italy. Her work explores the issue of identity, General and personal through portraiture and self portraiture.

Liz Morrison is originally from Kentucky. She majored in art and received her bachelors in 2008 from Oberlin and completed her MFA in Visual Arts at CCAD in 2013. Liz has interned at Firelands Association for the Visual Arts where she continued to be a volunteer as a children’s art teacher, Illustrator and participated as a featured Artist in their annual Chalk Walk.

Click this link for more information about the event:


Here are some links to the websites of the CCAD Alumni Volunteers that will be participating:

Liz Morrison (2013),, Amy Cubberly-Yeager (2013),, and Jill Raymundo (2015),



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