Staff Art Show 2013 on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art
CLEVELAND (September 18, 2013) – Staff Art Show 2013, the third annual exhibition that highlights works of art created by Cleveland Museum of Art staff members, is now on view in Susan M. Kaesgen Education Gallery and Lobby through December 1, 2013. Curated by David Franklin, the Sarah S. and Alexander M. Cutler Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art, the exhibition features 50 artists that represent 14 departments and comprises of versatile media including painting, photography, drawing and sculpture.
Participating artists (50 artists)
Achala Wali, Al Russell, Howard Agriesti, Alexander Gulkin, Alicia Hudson Garr, Andrew Simmons, Bill Poynter, Bob Levkulich, Brian Fields, Dale Edwards, Dan Canfield, Dante Rodriguez, Dave Garbot, David Brichford, David Brunner, Dave Piurek , Derek Grubaugh, Dexter Davis, Dwayne Kirkland, Greg Donley, Henri Hanson, James Evans Remick II, James McNamara, Jasmine Williams, Jason K. Milburn, Jason Rudolph, Jeffry Vano, Joan Brickley, Joan T. Neubecker, John Aylward, Kurt Hallsman, Laura Klasa, Les Vince, Linda Ayala, Maggie Wojton, Mark Nerone, Merv Clary, Michael Evans, Norbert Ritzmann, Philip Brutz, Rachel Beamer, Rachel McPherson, Rita Knight-Gray, Robin VanLear, Saywrane Williams, Scott D. Clark, Scott Pollack, Shaun Doyle, Tanya Keaton and Terry Mitchell
Participating departments (15 departments)
Collections Management, Conservation, Curatorial, Design and Architecture, Development, Education and Interpretation, Exhibition, Facilities, Information Management and Technology Services, Ingalls Library and Archives, Museum Store, Photographic and Digital Imaging, Protection Services, Strategic Initiatives and Visitor Experience.
WHAT: Staff Art Show 2013
WHEN: On view through December 1, 2013
WHERE: Susan M. Kaesgen Education Gallery and Lobby
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