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Ohio clay community.

Thursday, October 3, 2013


Cleveland Institute of Art, 11141 East Blvd, Cleveland, 216.421.7407,  Lecture-Jose Carlos Teixeira.”  12:15pm.  Cleveland Institute of Art invites you to spend your lunch hour learning about the latest in art and design during their Lunch on Fridays lecture series. José Carlos Teixeira creates research-based work involving video-essay, installation, performance and related photography. 
Loren Naji Studio Gallery 2138 W. 25th Street, Cleveland  “The Director Never Yelled Cut.”  Opening 6-Midnight. 

Rotten Meat Gallery, 1814 East 40th St., Suite 4B, 216.469,4896,  “Ripped and Raw.”  Opening 5pm.  Rotten Meat Gallery presents new work by local artist John W. Carlson.  Ripped and Raw combines traditional oils with alkalids, charcoal and graphite freely applied to large canvases.  Carlson creates ambiguous compositions by freely applying his materials while controlling the negative space. 

Cleveland Museum of Art, 11150 East Blvd, Cleveland, 216.421.7350, “PechaKucha.”  5pm. This Friday’s MIX happy hour event at the Cleveland Museum of Art is a very special event.  The event is fittingly titled Muse – and is sure to inspire everyone in attendance.  This month the CMA has teamed up with the global speaker series PechaKucha to present lectures by speakers on their muses, passions and projects.  Each speaker will present 20 slides for 20 seconds each. On the bill: Tom Nix of Cleveland Whiskey, Brian Zimmerman of the Cleveland Metroparks and Cool Cleveland columnist and master storyteller Mansfield Frazier — plus others.  Advance tickets $8; $10 day of event.  Members are free.  Reservations are recommended.
Morgan Conservatory, 1754 E. 47th Street, Cleveland, 216.361.9255,  “6th Annual Open House & Silent Auction.”  Opening 6-10pm.

ArtSpace-Cleveland, 1400 East 30th St., Cleveland, 216.421.4355,  “ArtSPace Cleveland Trolley Tour.”  Noon-3pm.  $15 Adult, $10 Seniors, $5 Students.

Breakneck Gallery, 17020 Madison Ave, Lakewood, 216.767.5610  “The Rock Show.”  Opening 6-10pm. Artists and musicians should go together like PB&J, but don’t always seem to find each other. The idea behind “The Rock Show” at Breakneck Gallery was to bring the two worlds together in the local Cleveland scene. A large group of local artists were assigned a local band by a random lottery and asked to create a “gig style” poster for that band. 

Studio Supplies:  Free!  Linda Goldstone is cleaning out her studio in preparation for her move!  If you’d like some free studio supplies here is a list of what she has!  Ware boards (drywall), Glass storage jars (good for chemicals), Thick clay bags, Plaster molds, Laminated pottery posters, Books, Assorted buckets and plastic containers, Woks, bowls and assorted containers, esp. good for making plaster molds,
Plastic rolling drawer cabinets, Wedging table, Assorted small pieces of cut wood, lots of small gift boxes (great for jewelry), And more!  Phone her to arrange a time!  216.407.2620

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