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Ohio clay community.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

5.13 and 5.14

Friday 5.13

“Farmed: The New Agronomists.” Opening Reception from 6-9pm. SPACES’ upcoming exhibition, Farmed: the New Agronomists, is a marriage of the science and technology of Cleveland’s local agronomists, and art. Spaces, 2220 Superior Viaduct, Cleveland 216.621.2314

“Catch a Glimpse: Photos by David Szekeres.” Opening Reception from 6-10. Music provided by DJ Cornflake. Show runs through the first week of June. Doubting Thomas Gallery, 856 Jefferson Ave., Tremont

“AAWR’s Annual May Members show and sale.” Opening Reception 7-9 pm. The show will exhibit the breadth and scope of talent among AAWR artist members. The AAWR has attracted many of Ohio’s most distinguished artists and art educators to its growing roster of members. As a result, the AAWR's Annual May Members Show is fast becoming known as one of Cleveland’s best high-profile exhibitions. Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, 1834 E. 123rd St. Cleveland

Saturday 5.14

“Cleveland Craft Coalition Art and Craft Bazaar.” Reception From 1-5pm. Bella Dubby, 13321 Madison Ave., Lakewood


"About The Right of Being Different: The Art of Diversity and Inclusion at Progressive." Reinforcing the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage's ongoing themes of diversity and tolerance, Progressive put together the groundbreaking exhibition, the first time this art has ever been seen outside the corporate walls. You can do a self-guided tour, jump on a group tour, but do it soon. The exhibit closes Sun 6/26. The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, 2929 Richmond Road, Beachwood, 216.593.0575,

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