Art Exhibits

Without Commercial Interruption

When: Wed., Oct. 12 2016

Between our current presidential campaigns and daily news reports, we can’t escape the tensions of race relations in this country. The effects have hit close to home more than once, but as more reports and horrifying videos surface (seemingly) every day, the trouble shows no sign of ending any time soon. Without Commercial Interruption, the current art exhibition at Waterloo Arts, explores race and identity through the eyes of three young artists with deep connections to Cleveland. Join the artists at 7 p.m. for a gallery talk moderated by CAN Journal editor Michael Gill. The talk is free and open to the public. Without Commercial Interruption remains on view through Oct. 30. (Josh Usmani)


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