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February 09, 2016
How do you hang what looks a bit like a hand-knitted Snuggie on a gallery wall? Where do put pedestals for the best traffic patterns at an opening reception?
Students involved with the 70th Cleveland Institute of Art’s Student Independent Exhibition are figuring it all out this week as Friday’s reception in the Reinberger Gallery draws near. That’s when the public will get its first look at the exhibition, proudly organized start-to-finish by the student body led by a four-person committee.
The reception runs 6-9pm Friday, February 12. Awards will be announced at 7pm. The show is...
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