November 04, 2010
If you're in New York, Berea, or Cleveland over the next few weeks, check out CIA faculty and students in action.
Judith Salomon, professor of ceramics, and Amy Sinbondit, technical assistant in ceramics, are featured artists in the 2010 Ceramics Invitational Exhibition opening on Friday, September 17, 2010 from 5pm-8pm at Baldwin-Wallace College. See their work at the reception hosted by the BW Art Department. The show, in the Fawick Gallery in Berea, Ohio, runs through September 24.
A group of industrial design students and alumni will have sustainable furniture they designed on view at Cleveland's F*SHO happening on Saturday, September 18, from 6 - 10pm at the Power House at Battery Park. F*SHO is a contemporary furniture show featuring work by local designers, furniture makers and students from the Cleveland Institute of Art. CIA artists Include:
David Deming '67, former president of The Cleveland Institute of Art, has a show opening at The Sculpture Center in Cleveland on Thursday, September 24, from 5:30 - 8pm. TransFORMations: The Rocker and Centurion Series features decades-long creative variations for two dynamic sculpture series. In honor of Deming's 41 years as a teacher, the production processes from wooden maquette to molds to finished bronze is displayed for each series.
Kasumi, professor in T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts, will screen her newest video art piece at the 2010 Ingenuity Festival on September 25 - 26 in Cleveland. This is the second year in a row that Kasumi has been featured as an artist in Ingenuity Fest, and this year you can see her incredible work for free.
Kasumi has had an exceptionally successful year. After the feature film she executive produced, Aardvark, won national critical acclaim and screened in film festivals around the country, she was awarded a prestigious grant from Meet The Composer!, an organization that supports the creation of new musical work and projects across the country. Congratulations Kasumi!
Sarah Paul and Megan Ehrhart, both professors in TIME - Digital Arts, are featured in the Beyond Western New York show, which opens the weekend of September 24. The international contemporary art exhibition - the product of a unique curatorial collaboration between twelve of Western New York's museums and galleries - will showcase the work of over 100 extraordinary artists from across the country. Sisters Sarah and Suzannah Paul created a large multimedia installation that will be open to the public on Friday, September 24. At the closing party on Sunday, the 26, Sarah will do a performance on the front lawn of the Albright-Knox at 7:15pm.
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