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We Want More
CIA x Mid America Print Council Conference

October 14
October 16 2022

Where Cleveland Institute of Art, Reinberger Gallery

CIA students use a RISO machine during the opening reception for We Want Everything in April 2022. We Want More will further explore this ever-evolving project.

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We Want More is a pop-up exhibition that represents an abbreviated overview of Josh MacPhee’s exhibition project We Want Everything, which opened in spring 2022 in the Cleveland Institute of Art’s Reinberger Gallery.

We Want Everything transformed Reinberger Gallery into an active maker space that mined the history of print and its connection to political activism, posters, radical music and book publishing design. The exhibition encouraged visitors to engage in the printmaking process, mixing and matching imagery and ideas throughout the history of art and organizing for a better world.

We Want More shares elements of the previous exhibition, alongside an archive of images that were produced by students, faculty and gallery visitors over the course of We Want Everything’s run, from remixed RISO posters to larger-than-life screenprints. At its core, We Want More is an exploration of an ever-evolving exhibition project by MacPhee that centers printmaking as a communal cultural practice.

MacPhee will present a keynote lecture at CIA’s Peter B. Lewis Theater as part of the Mid America Print Council Conference on Sunday, October 16. Kent State University School of Art is the host school of the MAPC conference and CIA is a partner school.

October 14–16
Friday: Noon–9pm
Saturday: Noon–5pm
Sunday: 10am–5pm

All visitors are required to follow CIA’s masking protocols, which change based on the CDC’s Community Level for Cuyahoga County. To view current masking requirements, visit


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Reinberger Gallery
11610 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106

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Cleveland Institute of Art is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.