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Thursday, September 26, 2013


Cleveland Museum of Art, 11150 East Blvd, Cleveland, 216.421.7350,  “Print Club of Cleveland’s Fine Print Fair.” The Print Club of Cleveland’s Fine Print Fair, the city’s largest and most comprehensive exhibition of fine prints, will take place for the first time in the Ames Family Atrium at the Cleveland Museum of Art with an extended schedule. The 29th annual fair starts with an opening preview, “A Prints of a Party,” on Thursday, September 26 and the Fine Print Fair continues through Sunday, September 29.  **TICKETS**  A Prints of a Party on Thursday, September 26: Advance reservations are required. Call 216-707-2579.  Fine Print Fair: September 27-29  Admission to the Fine Print Fair is $5, free for CMA members and students (with valid membership card and student ID) and covers entrance to the fair Friday through Sunday. Tickets are available in advance by phone at 216-707-2579 or at the door.  This year’s Fine Print Fair will feature 14 dealers from across the United States exhibiting and selling fine prints, drawings and photographs ranging from old masters to contemporary. The event also offers special programs including lectures, printmaking demonstrations and hourly door prizes. Dr. Jane Glaubinger, curator of prints at the Cleveland Museum of Art, will be at the Fine Print Fair all weekend to assist visitors with questions and selecting art. The Intermuseum Conservation Association, the nation’s oldest regional fine art conservation center, will also be on-site on Saturday and Sunday to provide advice on the preservation and conservation of works of art on paper. **For a complete schedule and list of exhibitors, please visit  **For more information on the Print Club of Cleveland, visit

Cleveland Institute of Art, 11141 East Blvd, Cleveland, 216.421.7407, “Przemyslaw Jasielski_Friday Lunch Lecture.”  12:15pm.  Cleveland State’s current Artist-in-Residence, Przemyslaw Jasielski, stops by Cleveland Institute of Art for their latest Lunch on Fridays lecture. Every Friday, CIA invites the public to spend their lunch hour learning about the latest trends in art and design.  Jasielski is a native of Poland currently working on an upcoming exhibition at The Galleries at Cleveland State in conjunction with his current residency.  He is also involved with The Sculpture Center and CSU’s Sculpture students during his stay.  He approaches his creative process with the attitude of an engineer – with precise planning and scientific and mathematical research.  However, he focuses on the conceptual content more than techniques or materials.  It is his intent which separates him as an artist, as opposed to an engineer.   This event is free and open to the public.  Pizza and beverages will be provided.  Located in the Ohio Bell Auditorium in CIA’s George Gund Building.
Proximity Gallery, 1667 East 40th, Cleveland 216.262.8903 “Float.” 6pm.  Downtown’s Proximity Gallery is at it again.  Just a week after the opening of their first collaborative exhibition of their own work – Gross Adaptations at BUCKBUCK – Proximity owners Alex and Beth Kelly present their latest exhibition, Float.  Float features the work of local abstract artists Mark Keffer and Dragana Crnjak.  Their work complements each other’s perfectly.  Both artists’ use of layers creates the illusion of infinite depth within their flat canvases.  Their dynamic compositions draw viewers in and reward them with details that create character in the ambiguous atmospheres.  Both artists combine organic atmospheres with hard-lined, flat-color geometry.  These contrasts in compositions seem to be trying to balance two polarized worlds – big and small, science and spirituality, nature and society.
Kalman & Pabst 3907 Perkins Ave, Cleveland.  “5th Biennial Staff Exhibit.”  Opening 5-11pm.   (K&P) is gearing up to host its 5th biennial staff art exhibit on September 27 and 28. This popular Cleveland event will feature over 200 original works of art from the K&P staff, live music, delicious hors d'oeuvres, libations and a live auction. A portion of the proceeds from art show sales will go toward the Janice Kalman Memorial Scholarship Fund for the Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA).
Juma Gallery, 20100 Chagrin Blvd., Shaker Heights, OH 44122, 216.295.1717  “One Year Anniversary of the Shaker Juma!.”  Open 10am-7pm.
Museum of Contemporary Art, 11400 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 216.421.8671,   7pm.  Locally-based international record label Experimedia and MOCA Cleveland have teamed up to present a series of events showcasing eclectic artists who combine music, video, installation and performance into holistic experiences.  This Saturday’s event features Eleh and Duane Pitre.  Eleh specializes in analog sound, experimenting with low frequencies and acoustic resonance. Eleh explores the textural sounds of the physical world.  Duane Pitre is an American avant-garde composer, sound artist and performer.  His work often explores the dichotomy of electronic sound and acoustic instrumentation, chaos and discipline and site-specific noise.  For this performance, Eleh and Duane will perform together as Pitreleh.  The evening will open with HolyKindOf creating dense layers of hypnotic sound featuring live, processed cello and found audio.  Tickets are $8 for MOCA members and students (With Valid ID) / $10 for non-members.
AUGUSTO FINE ART // Studio Address: 323 E Bagley Road, Berea, (216) 548 9798  “OPEN HOUSE-STUDENT SHOW .”  Public reception 5pm-9pm.  2006-2013 survey of the work of students at Augusto Fine Art Studio

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