Art Exhibits

New Exhibits

When: Fri., Jan. 20 2017

As the spring semester begins, the Galleries at Cleveland State University are ready to debut their first exhibitions of 2017. The South Gallery, viewable from the building’s storefront on Euclid Avenue, features Susan Squires’ From There to Here, showcasing her geometric abstractions created by painting with encaustic wax. Meanwhile, Miriam Norris Omura’s Ghosts and Strangers features the artist’s dyed Tensel weavings, and the Media Room hosts a special screening of local independent filmmaker Robert Banks’ latest project, Paper Shadows. Lastly, the North Gallery hosts Riparazioni, an installation of 11 embroidered dresses and other work by Anne Kmiek. The new exhibitions open with a gallery conversation with the artists at 4 p.m. today, and the evening continues with an opening reception following until 8 p.m. At 6 p.m. in the North gallery, dance artists Kathy Diehl, Jenna Hanlon and Lisa Yanofsky perform Illuminations of Identity with musical artist Mike McNamara. The exhibitions remain on view through Feb. 25. Admission is free. (Usmani)


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