Art Exhibits

The 46th Student Show

When: Fri., May 5 2017

As the academic year comes to an end this month, the Galleries at Cleveland State University present the 46th Student Show and Merit Scholar Exhibition. An annual tradition, the exhibitions showcase the best work produced by students throughout the school year. The South and Center Galleries host the 46th Student Show, a juried exhibition of nearly 100 works by current students. This year’s jurors are both local artists and gallerists: Gadi Zamir, founder of Negative Space Gallery, and Karl Anderson, co-founder of Forum Artspace at 78th Street Studios and R&D Program Coordinator at Spaces. The North Gallery’s Merit Scholar Exhibition includes individual showcases of new work by the Art Department’s Merit Scholars, students awarded special, merit-based scholarships each year. As part of their scholarship contracts, Merit Scholars are required to present their work, even installing it on the gallery walls themselves. During the opening reception from 5 to 8 p.m. today, awards will be presented for the Student Show. Both exhibitions remain on view through June 10. Free. (Usmani)


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