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November 03, 2010
CIA will co-host a free, day-long sculpture conference on November 6, 2010.
The Cleveland Institute of Art, The Sculpture Center, and Edinboro University of Pennsylvania will jointly host a free, day-long sculpture conference on November 6, 2010, starting at 10am.
“Concerning the State of Sculpture: What is sculpture, and how does one teach it?” will be held in CIA’s Joseph McCullough Center for the Visual Arts at 11610 Euclid Avenue.
New York City-based artist Jeanne Silverthorne [artwork pictured], a sculpture professor at Columbia University and the School of Visual Arts who shows with David McKee Gallery, will deliver the conference’s keynote address. Two open roundtable discussions will be held: one on the state of sculpture, the other on teaching sculpture. Attendees’ input by dialogue throughout the afternoon will be crucial.
Conference attendees are invited to an evening reception at The Sculpture Center from 5:30 to 8pm as part of the opening of an installation exhibition by CIA artist-in-residence Beth Campbell. Also on view at The Sculpture Center are The Last Time I Saw Richard, a new installation by Heather McGill, Head of Sculpture at Cranbrook Academy of Art; and Repent, Harlequin! by Aaron L. Peterman.
Attendees are also invited to the artist-oriented 2010 Annual Benefit & Auction, "App to the Future," at SPACES Gallery that same evening. Finally, attendees are invited to the opening of Anatomica Aestheticaat CIA’s Reinberger Galleries on Friday, November 5 from 6 to 8pm. Guest curator Laura Lindgren will speak at 6pm.
Pre-registration for the conference is requested, but not required, at sculpturecenter.org. Direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. See the conference’s program here. Or find out more about CIA’s sculpture major.
Image courtesy of the artist, Jeanne Silverthorne: “Jeanne Back and Forth,” 2009, rubber.
10–11am: Check in
11–11:30am: Opening remarks
Grafton Nunes, President of the Cleveland Institute of Art
Ann Albano, Executive Director of The Sculpture Center
12–1pm: Keynote address
Jeanne Silverthorne, Faculty at the School of Visual Arts, NY, and professor of sculpture at Columbia University's Graduate School of Fine Arts
1–2pm: Light lunch
Courtesy of the Cleveland Institute of Art
2–3:30pm Panel and roundtable 1
The state of sculpture, on being a sculptor (details below)
4–5:30pm: Panel and roundtable 2
Teaching sculpture (details below)
5:30–8pm: Reception and opening
The Sculpture Center reception and opening of new installation by CIA artist-in-residence Beth Campbell, 1834 E. 123rd Street (just east of the McCullough building)
Panel and roundtable 1: The state of sculpture
Chair and panelist:
Lisa Austin—Sculpture faculty, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, and co-founder of CIVITAS
Cristin Millett—Associate Professor of Art, Pennsylvania State University School of Visual Arts, University Park, PA
Carey McDougall—Associate Professor of Art, Kent State University, OH
Amara Geffen—Professor of Art and Project Director of Center for Economic and Environmental Development (CEED), Allegheny College, Meadville, PA
Pati Beachley—Associate Professor of Sculpture, Seton Hill University, Greensburg, PA
Panel and roundtable 2: Teaching sculpture
Chair and panelist:
Charles Tucker—Head of Sculpture, Cleveland Institute of Art, OH
Kate Budd—Associate Professor, Myers School of Art, The University of Akron, OH
Paul O'Keeffe—Professor, Fine Art: Sculpture, Kent State University, OH
Irina Koukhanova—Associate Professor, Cleveland State University, OH
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