Memento Vivere, featuring work by Illustration majors Alyssa Lizzini and Sarah Tuttle, will be on view from April 2 to April 17 in the Ann and Norman Roulet Student + Alumni Gallery.
Featuring both traditional and digital paintings, Memento Vivere is an exploration of memory, storytelling and the impact of family. Tuttle's body of work addresses more recent memories and the ways in which intimate familial relationships can affect one's life to come. Lizzini's work draws inspiration from the way that family narratives have impacted her life, specifically those of relatives who emigrated from Italy to America in the early 1900s. Both artists have used found family photographs as the basis for their work.
Building safety measures restrict access to the Ann and Norman Roulet Student + Alumni Gallery to CIA students, staff and faculty only. This exhibition is not open to the public.
Cleveland Institute of Art is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.