Where The Hildebrandt Building
3619 Walton Ave.
Twenty-three Visual Arts students from the Cleveland Institute of Art are excited to announce Like Moths to ..., a multidisciplinary, student-curated exhibition that explores light.
Work in Like Moths to ... will examine different meanings of light, from a source of illumination to a categorization of weight or descriptor for emotion. Students considered what serves as a light or inspiration in their artistic practices and invite viewers to discover how that shines through in their work.
Like Moths to ... will be exhibited April 28–30 at The Hildebrandt Building (3619 Walton Ave., Cleveland). An opening reception will be held from 5 to 7pm Friday, April 28. Weekend hours are from noon to 5pm Saturday and Sunday, April 29–30. Mediums featured in Like Moths to ... include paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, glass, fibers and metal.
Zion Monice Jones
To meet the artists, follow the exhibition on Instagram at @likemoths2.
Like Moths to ... is the capstone exhibition from CIA’s The Role of the Artist as Producer course taught by Amber Kempthorn and Jessica Pinsky. Students majoring in Drawing, Painting, Printmaking and Sculpture + Expanded Media curate and develop a group exhibition that embodies the work of a gallery and professional practice. Students collaboratively execute this project while practicing professionalism and gaining knowledge useful to working artists. The experience also exposes the students and their work to Cleveland's arts community.
The Hildebrandt Building
3619 Walton Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44113
Cleveland Institute of Art is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.