2307 Chester Ave.: The Last Exhibition

“If it wasn’t for this crappy-ass building, I wouldn’t be where I am today.”  -Chris Kulcsar, April 2011

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The Art Department is moving to PlayhouseSquare this spring semester; and our current building is scheduled to be demolished in January. The Art Building located at 2307 Chester Ave. houses our Art Gallery which has been serving our students and community since 1975.  Appropriately we are using this as an opportunity to showcase the recent work of some of our most successful alumni.  Click here for more information.

Plans for relocation of the gallery to the Cowell & Hubbbard building at 1309 Euclid Ave. are not completely settled, nor have the plans for this spring’s student exhibitions.  But we have full faith in our university that uncertainties will be worked out, as it is a key interface between the university and community.

There will be an Exhibition Preview on Thu, Oct 27 from 4 – 6pm: This event is timed to be convenient for current students to attend, but is open to the public.

The Opening Reception is on Fri, Oct 28 from 5 – 8pm: Please come and celebrate with the artists, food, drink and reminiscing.

In addition, we are publishing an elegant catalog with texts written by the artists, faculty and staff of the department.  Finally, there will be an axillary exhibition in Gallery B, featuring selected works by current students –  tomorrow’s alumni.

Artists include: Linda Ayala, Yvonne Bakale, Peter Billington, Deanna Clemente, Dan Corrigan, Joan  Deveney, Beth Dubber, Joseph Filak, Keith  Graham, Jeanne Grossetti, Linda Herman, Jeanetta Ho, Paul  Jacklitch, Jennifer Jones-O’Neil, Misha Kligman, George Kocar, Isabel Kopp, Chris Kulcsar, Michael Kuschnir, Thomas Grafton Lee, Tiffany Mielcarek, Michael Nakoneczny, Deborah Pinter, Russ Revock, Bobbie Roach, Dimitra  Pasalis, Dante Rodriguez, Catherine Rozmarynowycz, Anna Tararova, Tobin Troyer, Kelly  Urquhart, and Peter Wells.

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2 Responses to “2307 Chester Ave.: The Last Exhibition”

  1. The Last Show: A Clarification « CSU Photo Says:

    [...] For more information visit CSU Art Gallery’s website and CSUphoto’s previous entry. [...]

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    [...] in a similar vein as our 2307 Chester Ave alumni exhibition, MoCA is having a similarly contemplative farewell exhibition to its current [...]

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