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Thursday, April 2, 2015



Cleveland Institute of Art, 11141 East Blvd, Cleveland, 216.421.7407,  Gund Building.  “Women to Watch-Ohio.”  Opening Reception 6-8pm.  Panel Discussion April 10th 12:15 pm.  

Heights Art Gallery, 2175 Lee Road  Cleveland Hts., 216.371.3457  “Join us for conversation + poetry on Impermanence.” 7:00 p.m.   Come hear guest curator Daniel Levin and exhibition photographers talk about the concept of "rephotographic survey," and their experiences in recreating contemporary views of historical Cleveland for Impermanence. Meet Meredith Holmes, Cleveland Heights 2015-16 Poet Laureate, plus hear original poems written in response to selected works on view by invited regional poets Bunny Breslin, Diane Kendig, Robert McDonough, Jill Sell and Catherine Wing.  Come a bit early to get a seat and enjoy refreshments; it's always an entertaining and enlightening event!  About the exhibition:  Impermanence examines change and memory in the urban landscape of Cleveland and the Heights area through pairs of photographs showing the same view of a location at different historical times. 

Gallery One Sixty, 16008 Waterloo Road, Cleveland  “Creatures of Flight.”  Open 5pm- Midnight. Kerry Lange’s collection of works, Creatures of Flight, explores the sense of freedom and the sequential life stages of winged beings.

Waterloo Arts, 15605 Waterloo Rd., Cleveland, 216.692.9500  “I Am.”  Opening reception 6:30pm.  Transgender Art Exhibit. The opening is part of this month’s “Walk All Over Waterloo,” which encourages attendees to walk the streets of Waterloo and pop in on multiple community wide exhibitions. In addition to the exhibit, there will also be trans themed performance art, live music, burlesque dancing and a sweet after party!

Sculpture Center, 1834 East 123rd St., Cleveland, 216.229.6527   “Military Art.”  Opening 6:30 Talk 7 pm. Meet Mkrtich Tonoyan, The Sculpture Center's Creative Fusion artist-in-residence from Armenia, here through May. Mkrtich will give an illustrated cultural excursion through the millennia-old history of Ararat, the impact of the Armenian Genocide on 20th century culture, and the new concept in Armenian contemporary art of "Military Art."

4.3 + 4
Kent State University Art Gallery, Terrace Drive, Kent.  330.672.7853.  Visiting Artist Rimas Vis Girda.  Demos Friday and Saturday 10am-6pm.  Lecture Friday 11 am.  Lecture on Wood Firings and Kilns Saturday 11 am.  Lecture on Decals Sat 5 pm.  

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