Archive for August, 2013

Cleveland Clinic Internship

August 30, 2013

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Description of duties: The intern helps in the facilitation and organization of all photographs taken in; clinic, hospital, operating rooms and research photos for the Dermatology staff and/or residents. Loads images and information into the image database to categorize and maintain patient files and images. Helps department photographers with photo for talks, papers, book chapters, and any other presentation needed. Provides other photo services the department may need; Including photo editing, graphic design with brochures, printing images, maintaining digital photo files, advising end user on imaging techniques.

Benefit to volunteer:  Obtain valuable work experience working with professional photographers in a dynamic health care setting.

Experience or skill required: Currently in a photography program or graduate, Associates Degree or BA

Physical activity required: Some medium to light lifting up to 25 lbs. Must be able to get up on a stepladder, and photograph patients from a floor sitting position.

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Photorama Cleveland Collectors Show

August 28, 2013

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41st Cleveland Camera Collectors Show

Sunday, September 1, 2013, 10am – 4pm

CLEVELAND-RICHFIELD DAYS INN

Vintage Cameras, Photographs, Postcards and other fine collectables!

Contact Igor Reznik:  440-248-8604 or igorcamera@adelphia.net

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Kahn & Selesnick at The Galleries at CSU

August 22, 2013

 

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TRUPPE FLEDERMAUS AND THE CARNIVAL AT THE END OF THE WORLD

 August 30, to October 12, 2013
Opening Reception Fri, Aug 30, 5:00 – 8:00 pm, Artist Talk 6:30 pm

Enigmatic photographs and prints by the internationally celebrated collaborative artist team Kahn & Selesnick open Friday August 30. Also on view,North Gallery: BASED ON A TRUE STORY: Paintings and Drawings by Cuban-born Cleveland-based artist Augusto Bordelois.

Brandon Juhasz at SPACES

August 22, 2013

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Brandon Juhasz
Paradise. Pair a dice.
August 23 – October 18, 2013
Recption: Aug 23, 6-8pm

Playing with the idea of image as object and photographic tropes such as scale, texture, representations and resolution, Juhasz envisions an immersive playground of strange objects made three-dimensional by folding, wrapping, and rolling printed images found on the Internet. Life-size nudes will sit on the gallery floor as part of a tableau. Sculptures that interrupt the flat picture plane will emerge from large-scale prints affixed to the walls. Boxes veneered with textures that mimic actual strata will be constructed into totems around the gallery. Paper sculptures, such as his food still-lifes, will be enlarged to enormous proportions. With all the components, Juhasz hopes to activate a desire–a wanting to know more–in viewers.

Visitors will be invited to move in and among sculptures and to take pictures. They may then upload their photos to a website in order to allow multiple public interpretations of the project–like tourist photos of the Grand Canyon that create an idea and sometimes only interaction with the site.

Juhasz will also lead participants through the process of sculpting with printed images in a workshop setting during the project period.

– See more at: http://www.spacesgallery.org/project/paradise-pair-a-dice#sthash.5oYCXGcl.dpuf

Carrie Mae Weems Lecture at Cleveland Museum of Art

August 14, 2013

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Sunday, August 25, 2013, 4:00 p.m.
Gartner Auditorium

Internationally noted contemporary artist Carrie Mae Weems, one of two artists to speak at the museum on the occasion of its east wing opening in 2009, returns to the Cleveland Museum of Art to reflect on her career and body of work. Over the past thirty years, Weems has explored issues of race, gender, and class in thought-provoking photographic and video works, with an overarching commitment to better understanding the present by closely examining history and identity. The museum is pleased to welcome her back to Cleveland in conjunction with the retrospective Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video, on view June 30–September 29.

$15/$10 CMA members.
Students free with current school ID.
Purchase tickets online or by calling the Ticket Center at (216) 421-7350.