Fall Openings at the Sculpture Center

ADAM MILNER & ALLISON SMITH: TWO OF WANDS | SWING STATES: RECENT PERSPECTIVES IN GLASS SCULPTURE FROM THE MIDDLE WEST, CURATED BY ZAC WEINBERG | SEPTEMBER 22–OCTOBER 26 RECEPTION 5:30–8PM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 RIAN BROWN: PALIMPSEST: HAND-DRAWN ANIMATION & VIDEO PROJECTIONS | NOVEMBER 9–DECEMBER 21 RECEPTION 5:30–8PM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 Events: Two of Wands, by Adam Milner and Allison Smith […]

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Optical Delusion at Survival Kit

Kristina Kuhn is a sculptor and installation artist who is currently living and working in Cleveland. She studied sculpture and expanded media at the Cleveland Institute of Art. Since then she has gone on to participate in group shows and display her work in a handful of alternative venues. Her new, first-ever solo exhibition, Optical Delusion, encases her most recent […]

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Great Art from the Great Depression

Millions of jobs were lost during the Great Depression. Writers, musicians and artists were particularly hard hit as patronage dried up, markets withered and customers tightened their belts. Franklin Roosevelt’s “New Deal”—an amalgam of public work projects, financial reforms and regulations—was a godsend for workers in many fields, but especially the arts. In fact, one of the first back-to-work programs […]

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Fall 2018 Valley Art Center

  Annual Juried Art Exhibit Starting this year, it is easier for artists living within a 250-mile radius of Chagrin Falls to submit artwork for consideration to this prestigious annual exhibit. In the fall of 2018, Valley Art Center is boldly going digital and taking the entry process online for the first time in the show’s 47-year history. In the […]

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I Scarce Can Take It: Works by Martha Cliffel, Gadi Zamir, Misty Lindsey & Reverend Albert Wagner

“I scarce can take it” is a lyric drawn from the gospel song “How Great Thou Art,” a Christian hymn based on a Swedish traditional melody. The line was later appropriated into a poem by the well-known nineteenth-century Swedish poet, Carl Boberg. In Boberg’s poem, the line expresses the spiritual force that the reader/listener experiences from a story of inspiration […]

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Eight Artists, Eight Countries, Six Exhibitions and Infinite Prints

After a steamy Cleveland summer of local, national, and international art and Zygote artists exhibiting in both FRONT International and the CAN Triennial, we are ready to shift into a cooler fall season with a sustained focus on both the local and the global arts through artist residencies and their culminative exhibitions. This fall, Zygote is thrilled to welcome five […]

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Recast Ceramic Invitational at Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) is pleased to open its fall season with Recast, an exhibition co-curated by Mary Urbas, gallery director at Lakeland Community College. Recast is the second ceramic invitational showcasing the wealth of talented Ohioans working within this versatile medium. This second casting of this exhibition features hand built and wheel thrown sculptural and […]

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Fall at the Akron Art Museum

Jeff Donaldson: Dig Karl and Bertl Arnstein Galleries October 27–January 20 Jeff Donaldson: Dig, the artist’s first museum retrospective, explores Donaldson’s four-decade career. Spanning his activist roots in Chicago to his influence on future generations of artists as a professor at Howard University and vice president of the Barnes Foundation, this major exhibition presents new scholarship and features works never […]

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Keith Berr Presents Cowboys and Rock Stars: The Legends

Keith Berr, a native Clevelander and preeminent international advertising, commercial and fine art photographer is exhibiting two iconic never-before-shown bodies of private work. The Wild West’s True Legends is an in-depth look of the American Rodeo Cowboy. Viewed through Berr’s lens are the young men who willingly bet their lives in competition with each other, atop mad bulls and bucking […]

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