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Reinberger Gallery

July 16 through October 2

Oh, Gods of Dust and Rainbows

In partnership with FRONT International, the Cleveland Institute of Art will mount four unique solo exhibition projects by noteworthy artists—Jacolby Satterwhite, Dexter DavisLoraine Lynn and Alexandra Noel—as a part of Oh, Gods of Dust and Rainbows, the 2022 FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art.

July 8 through August 31

You Are Here: The Way We Transcend

CAN Triennial 2022: You Are Here is a multi-venue exhibition organized in collaboration with an intergenerational, diverse team of curators from a range of institutional affiliations.The University Circle portion of the CAN Triennial explores You Are Here as seen through the lens of identity, environment and journey. 

You Are Here: The Way We Transcend will be on view in the Ann and Norman Roulet Student + Alumni Gallery and the exhibition will feature work by Cathie Bleck, Melissa English Campbell, Jill Yanik Eisert, Robin Haller and Seneca Kuchar. 


Explore our recent exhibitions:

Student Independent Exhibition 76

Now in its 76th year, the Cleveland Institute of Art's Student Independent Exhibition is an honored tradition that’s never conventional. Organized entirely by students, who choose the jurors and mount the exhibition, SIE offers fresh—and sometimes surprising—approaches to contemporary art. 

We Want Everything

We Want Everything explores printmaking as a communal cultural practice that values copying and repurposing in place of individual authorship. Organized in collaboration with artist, designer and archivist Josh MacPhee and CIA's Printmaking Department, this exhibition will transform Reinberger Gallery into an active maker space that mines the history of print and its connection to political activism, posters, radical music and book publishing design. We Want Everything will encourage visitors to engage in the process, mixing and matching imagery and ideas throughout the history of art and organizing for a better world.

Reinberger Gallery

CIA's Reinberger Gallery supports the creative work of professional artists by providing quality exhibition opportunities. It also serves CIA students, faculty and the community as an educational resource, and particularly to encourage artistic growth and experimentation through well-presented exhibitions, events and lectures.

Visiting the gallery

Effective May 9, 2022:
Monday–Thursday: 10am to 5pm
Friday: 10am to 2pm
Saturday–Sunday: Closed***

***Regular Extended Hours Return on September 3, 2022.

The building will be closed:
Monday, September 5 (Labor Day)

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Review CIA's COVID-19 visitor policy

Reinberger Gallery is free and open to the public during the above listed hours; appointments are not necessary. Email the gallery for additional information.


Ann and Norman Roulet Student + Alumni Gallery

The Ann and Norman Roulet Student + Alumni Gallery opened in 2015 through a generous gift of Ann Roulet, former Dean of Students, and her husband, Norman.


Reinberger Galleries named one of the top 10 galleries in Cleveland

CIA's Reinberger Galleries has made The Culture Trip's list of the 10 best art galleries in Cleveland.

Gallery Hours

Effective May 9, 2022:
Monday–Thursday: 10am to 5pm
Friday: 10am to 2pm
Saturday–Sunday: Closed***

***Regular Extended Hours Return on September 3, 2022.

No appointment necessary. For more information, email Gallery Director Nikki Woods.

Reinberger Gallery is located:

11610 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland OH 44106

Review nearby parking options. Access CIA parking lots via East 117th Street. 

Review CIA's COVID-19 visitor policy

Cuyahoga Arts and Culture

Reinberger Gallery programming is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County, through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.

Our exhibitions are generously supported by CIA's Community Partners


Read the Entropical Paradise exhibition review from the April 11, 2021 edition of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Read the TITLE TBD exhibition review from the September 6, 2020 edition of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.