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Ohio clay community.

Thursday, January 29, 2015


Spaces, 2220 Superior Viaduct, Cleveland 216.621.2314  “”The Felt Book, What if This City Was a Mountain?, Cleveland In My Minds Eye.”    Opening Reception 6-9pm.  

1.31 + 2.1
Transformer Station 1460 W.29th Street, Cleveland,   “SHOCKWAVES.”   Open Saturday and Sunday. Meet Kasumi at a reception Sun 2/1 at 5pm. Free admission. Cleveland media artist Kasumi used 25,000 public domain film samples to create a “darkly madcap” exploration of memory and our collective consciousness. Go on a hallucinatory trip into a man’s subconscious mind before his death; it’s a carnival ride of traumatic memories and alternative realities. The film will be shown on loop for two days @ Transformer Station.  (Image Above)
2.3 + 4
Adam Field Workshop Schedule  (Image Above) at Edinboro University of PA
(all events in East Hall unless otherwise noted)
 Tuesday, February 3rd
9 – 11:45 = Adam Field meets privately with students to critique work
noon -1 pm = lunch break
1 – 5 pm = Public Demo in Main Studio
6 – 7:30 pm = pizza party with students at “Uncle Charlie’s”
8:30 - ? = slide lecture / Doucette room 125
Wednesday, February 4th
9 – 11:45 am = lecture/ demo in Main Studio
noon – 1 pm = lunch break
1 – 5 pm = Demo in Main Studio
5 pm = end of workshop  
*This workshop is sponsored by the Clay Club with the generous support of Edinboro University's Student Government Association (SGA). Visitors are welcome at no charge.  If you are traveling long distance to attend this workshop, you may contact Lee Rexrode at ( to make sure we did not incur any unforeseen schedule changes or weather delays. Visitors should obtain a parking pass if parking on campus. A Temporary Parking Permit may be obtained free-of-charge by simply stopping at the University Police Department located at 911 Scotland Road (near 6N) with your driver’s license and vehicle registration card.

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