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Thursday, August 28, 2014

8.28 +29

Cleveland State University Art Gallery, 1307 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, 216.687.2103, “At Home in Africa: Design, Beauty and Pleasing Irregularity in Domestic Settings.” Opening 5pm Thursday.   The exhibition will feature over 300 objects from more than two dozen countries and 75 ethnic groups.  The foundation of this exhibition features the CSU-owned Howard A. Mims African American Cultural Center collection. A number of works were also generously loaned by The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Detroit Institute of Arts, University of Michigan Museum of Art, Kent State University School of Art Galleries, Kent State Museum, Denison University and private collectors.
Cleveland Institute of Art, 11141 East Blvd, Cleveland, 216.421.7407,  “Cleveland Institute of Art Faculty Exhibition.”  Opening 6-8pm. Our city is full of makers, artists and educators. See some of their work at the Cleveland Institute of Art Faculty Exhibition, a tradition spanning over eight decades. View new, original, and innovative works from CIA’s world-renown art and design faculty. Talent & skill await. Held in the George Gund Building – Reinberger Galleries.
Spaces, 2220 Superior Viaduct, Cleveland 216.621.2314  “Tag Round 2, Big Reveal #2, A Psychologist and a Psychic Walk into a Gallery.”  Jess Hirsch and Cassie Thornton are working side-by-side in their separate "studios" built within the SPACES gallery, and switching back-and-forth over the course of four weeks to add, dissect, alter, and/or build on top of what the other artist creates. Join us for the second big reveal in TAG: Round 2 to see the progress the artists made in the previous week and gain special insight into how their artworks will evolve throughout the course of the project. Dr. Caroline A. Schaerfl, PhD. specializes in clinical psychology and will delve deep into the the decision-making process of Hirsch and Thornton to discuss how they relate to each other through the way they address their shared artworks. Medium/clairvoyant and President of A Village--Personal and Spiritual Development Center, Marianne Goldweber, will channel the energies of the artists and artworks to predict how TAG will develop into its final form.  The artists will be in attendance to discuss their work and answer questions from the audience.

Cleveland State University Art Gallery, 1307 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, 216.687.2103, “CAN Journal’s Fall Issue Launch Party.”  Opening 6-8pm.  This quarter’s issue is another example of why CAN is such a valuable resource to our region. Along with the usual firsthand, insightful exhibition previews from Northeast Ohio’s art professionals, the Fall 2014 issue features a number of thoughtful, relevant feature articles.

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