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CIA’s Reinberger Galleries plans exhibitions for November-December 2014, and March-April 2015 featuring nationally and internationally known artists.
Bruce Checefsky, director of CIA’s Reinberger Galleries, will curate two public exhibitions for the galleries that will approach social engagement of art from different perspectives and with different art forms.
Nov. 7-Dec. 20
Community Works: Artist as Social Agent
Locations: Reinberger Galleries and the Joseph McCullough Center for the Visual Arts
An international-artists exhibition exploring multi-layered narratives of identity, exile, and displacement through works of photography, video, installation and other media. The artists include:
Joseph McCullough Center for the Visual Arts
The Community Works exhibition will open with a panel discussion, moderated by Reinberger Galleries Director Bruce Checefsky and featuring Teixeira, Liao, Hasager, Woolard, and Jahoda.
March 31-May 2
CIA’s major Community Works exhibition in spring 2015 will be Women to Watch - Ohio, a diverse collection of work by accomplished and rising women contmporary artists. Also on view will be socially engaged art created by CIA students over the course of the year.
Women to Watch - Ohio, on view March 31-May 2, will feature artworks in media ranging from ceramics and paint, to pressed flowers, photography, animation and installation. Two Cleveland curators – Reto Thüring of the Cleveland Museum of Art and Rose Bouthillier of MOCA Cleveland – chose the following artists to participate: CIA graduates Christi Birchfield (Class of 2006) and Lauren Yeager (Class of 2009), and Hildur Jonsson, Mimi Kato, and Eva Kwong. Checefsky selected the work to be shown. The theme is women’s relationships with nature and art.
“We’re organizing this exhibition because women have been under recognized in exhibitions in this region and nationally and this is an attempt to show the significance of their contributions,” Checefsky said. “These particular women artists represent the very best and the finest craftsmen and artists in the region and have reputations that extend nationally and globally.”
Women to Watch - Ohio opens to the public with a reception in Reinberger Galleries on Thursday, April 2, from 6-8 pm. As part of CIA's Lunch On Fridays series, the featured artists will participate in a public panel discussion on women in the arts on Friday, April 10, 2015, at 12:15pm in Aitken Auditorium in the Gund Building. Case Western Reserve University graduate student and CIA curatorial assistant Jen Rokoski will moderate the forum.
Women to Watch - Ohio will be one of the final shows in the Reinberger Galleries before CIA vacates its Gund Building on East Boulevard.
Art and research findings by CIA students enrolled in the three new, field-based courses associated with Community Works will be on display in the McCullough building in the spring. The three new courses are:
CIA's Reinberger Galleries has made The Culture Trip's list of the 10 best art galleries in Cleveland.