Fall Exhibits in the Galleries at CSU

Correcting Deviations, sculpture by Elizabeth Emery

Correcting Deviations, sculpture by Elizabeth Emery

The Galleries at CSU are happy to present eight important exhibitions this fall season. All exhibitions open with a gallery conversation with artists at 4pm followed by reception from 5 to 8pm on the first day of the exhibition.

Four one-person exhibitions with a focus on sculpture and expanded media will run from Friday, September 1 through Saturday, October 14.


In the North Gallery: The Beauty of Losing and Forgetting, performative objects and installations by Jim Leach. In the Center Gallery: Harmonic Cycles — Frescoes and Altar Stones, formalist sculptural objects by James LoParo. In the South Gallery: Push Right Back, recent works of textural sculptural combinations by Elizabeth Emery. In the Media Room: Final Boss, a media installation by Elena Harvey, drawing on the experience of mothering and the gender fluidity of video game avatars to explore the role of technology in structuring children’s identity.

The second group of four exhibitions focuses on abstraction. This group will run from Friday, October 27, to Saturday, December 9.

In the North Gallery: Dark Pronoun, paintings by Mark Keffer. In the Center Gallery: Candyland, paintings by Dana Oldfather. In the South Gallery: The Trees of Kinsman, paintings by Tony Watkins, curated by Elmer Buford. In the Media Room: 3.9644e+7 Cmof Volumetric Projections, a sound and image installation by Markus Vogl and Margarita Benitez.

The Galleries at Cleveland State University

1307 Euclid Avenue

Cleveland, Ohio 44115