Opening CIA Faculty/Students, Ceramics Program 1978-2008

Submitted by lmcshane on Wed, 04/16/2008 - 07:59.
04/18/2008 - 18:00
04/18/2008 - 21:00
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Cleveland Institute of Art Faculty and Students, Ceramics Program 1978-2008
Opening Reception: Friday, April 18 from 6pm –9pm

Curated by George Bowes '84, Deirdre Daw '80

April 18, 2008 - May 18, 2008

Gallery Hours: Daily by appointment or
Friday: 12pm-6pm & Weekends -10am- 2pm

Closing Brunch:
Sunday, May 18, 2008 from 12pm - 2 pm

Please join Convivium33 Gallery as it hosts the Cleveland Institute of Art Faculty and Students, Ceramics Program 1978-2008.
30 Years of CIA Ceramics will highlight the work of graduates and faculty from the CIA Ceramics Department. Spanning the decades from 1978 through 2008, the works reflect the 30 years during which Ceramics Department Professor Judith Salomon has been a guiding force at CIA.
Salomon, along with colleague Professor Bill Brouillard who has taught at CIA for 27 years, have created an exceptional environment for students to study, learn and embark upon a career in the arts.

Experience the achievements of this highly regarded department and its noted ceramic artists who are influential creators in the field today. Please join us to celebrate 30 years of CIA Ceramics.

For additional information please contact Convivium33 Gallery at 216-881-7838

Location

1433 East 33rd St. 44114
Cleveland, OH
United States
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Yin/Yang

 
I was feeling bad about tomorrow night and then I thought--find the balance.  I can't be in two places at once, but Clevelanders/East can walk or ride to the ceramics opening  at Convivium33 and Clevelanders/West can walk or ride to the opening at 1point618 gallery and we will be a city at peace with itself.

Girrrrl

 

It's not easy being a girl in this town.  More than a few people would like to see me turn to stone, so I can relate to this piece.  Meanwhile, you still have a chance to see the real thing at Convivium33.  Read Douglas Max Utter's review in the Free Times and get out.