CAN Triennial Exhibition Prize Search is On

With the opening celebration for CAN Triennial July 8 at the Morgan Conservatory, and the opening of all exhibits the following day, the curatorial search for the artists who will win CAN Triennial 2022 Exhibition Prizes is on. In the first two weeks of the exhibitions—completing their searches by July 22—curators and other representatives from nine regional museums and other […]

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CAN Triennial at The Galleries at CSU

The Galleries at Cleveland State University are pleased to partner with Collective Arts Network as a venue in the presentation of CAN Triennial 2022. Strategic scheduling to coincide with the 2022 FRONT Triennial presents an opportunity to highlight local and regional artists, capitalize on efforts of FRONT, and introduce an international audience to our great Cleveland neighborhoods and communities. The […]

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CAN Triennial Exhibition Prize Partners Announced

During the Spring 2022 CAN Journal launch party at Future Ink Graphics (FIG) at the Pivot Center in Clark-Fulton neighborhood of Cleveland, Collective Arts Network announced partners for the 2022 CAN Triennial Exhibition Prizes. Collective Arts Network is an organization that advances the visual art sector in Northeast Ohio through collaborative projects, especially communication, via the print quarterly CAN Journal […]

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Raise Your Hand and Apply for CAN Triennial 2022: You Are Here

After a year’s pause for the COVID 19 pandemic, preparation for CAN Triennial 2022 has resumed. The curatorial team has announced a title for the exhibition, as well as the opening of an artist application portal, through the website, CANtriennial.org. The application portal opens June 1, 2021. Artists apply free of charge. The curatorial team—The Cleveland Museum of Art’s Currently […]

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CAN Triennial Postponed to 2022

      CAN Triennial Postponed The ideas that “we are all in this together,” and further that “we are stronger together” have never been more clear than during the COVID 19 pandemic.   In an expression of that, after consultation with leadership of FRONT Triennial, the Collective Arts Network Board of Directors has voted to postpone CAN Triennial until July […]

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Kristina Paabus: The Plot Does Not Care for Itself

Kristina Paabus, winner of the CAN Journal Prize at the 2018 CAN Triennial, is influenced by the systems and strategies of perception we use to contain and negotiate our surroundings. Working within the polarities of myths and truths, Paabus pays special attention to aspects of our information-drenched society that are often taken for granted or overlooked. Involved with ideas that […]

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2018: Looking Back and Forth

In Cleveland’s art world, 2018 was a year of landmark exhibits, new beginnings and portentious change, sometimes all rolled into single events. Here’s a look at some of the milestones, and what they will mean in 2019 and beyond. Triennials: The most noteworthy events of 2018 both included the word “triennial,” and both coordinated broad realms of the region’s art […]

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Announcing: The Inaugural CAN Triennial Prizes

The N in CAN stands for Network, and this defining element of the organization played an equally defining role in the inaugural CAN Triennial, from our venue partners (ARTneo, Survival Kit, Tregoning & Co.) to our exhibit partners who created the historic exhibit Three Angles (ARTneo and Artists Archives of the Western Reserve) to the sixteen dealers that exhibited and […]

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