Posts Tagged ‘Cleveland Museum of Art’

FREE CMA 1-year Membership for CSU Art and Design

October 9, 2017

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Cleveland State University has entered into a partnership with the Cleveland Museum of Art. As a perk, current CSU Art and Design majors are eligible to free one-year memberships to CMA.

Benefits include:

  • Free, unlimited admission to select CMA ticketed exhibitions
  • 50% off admission to ticketed events for members’ guests
  • Discounts to events and programs
  • Priority registration and discounts for art classes
  • 15% discount at the museum store
  • 10% discount at the museum restaurant and cafe
  • Flat rate parking ($6)
  • Invitations to members-only special exhibition Preview Days
  • Subscription to Cleveland Art members magazine
  • Research library privileges

To claim your free membership, visit Cleveland Museum of Art Membership Registration page.

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Mishka Henner Talk at Cleveland Museum of Art

March 20, 2017

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Mishka Henner, Artist Lecture
Saturday, March 25, 2017 @ 2pm
Cleveland Museum of Art

Download PDF of flyer: Mishka Henner
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earn more about Mishka Henner’s internet photography:
http://www.businessinsider.com/mishka-henners-photos-of-american-feedlots-2014-8

https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/no-man-s-land-by-mishka-henner/

 

 

 

Black in America at Cleveland Museum of Art

March 16, 2017

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February 26 – July 30, 2017
Cleveland Museum of Art
Mark Schwartz and Bettina Katz Photography Gallery | Gallery 230

Louis Draper and Leonard Freed: Two photographers – one black, one white – look at life during the civil rights era. Both artists were incredibly talented formalists who put that skill at the service of expression. They also shared a goal: to create dignified depictions of African Americans that portrayed them not as victims or heroes but as individuals.

 

 

 

Photography Curatorial Internship@ Cleveland Museum of Art

February 2, 2017

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The Cleveland Museum of Art’s Department of Photography seeks an intern to research works in the collection, particularly recent acquisitions of work by Magnum photographers as well as proposed acquisitions. The intern will also assist in the preparation of temporary exhibitions. For 2017/18, the department’s upcoming exhibitions include one about images of African American life in the 1960s by Louis Draper and Leonard Freed and another about American photography in the 1930s. The intern may assist with the organization of lectures and artists’ visits, work on art and artist research, and help prepare other exhibition or publication related material. The ideal candidate will already have some knowledge of the history of photography and excellent computer research skills. Foreign language skills a plus.

Application Materials: a 500-word essay detailing what you hope to gain from this internship, a résumé that includes employment and education; a writing sample not longer than 3 pages in length, and at least one letter of recommendation.

Application deadline is March 1, 2017.

Click here to apply.

Zanele Muholi Lecture at CMA

January 28, 2016

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Contemporary Artists Lecture Series: Zanele Muholi 
Saturday, February 6, 2016, 2:00 p.m.
Cleveland Museum of Art Recital Hall

Artist and visual activist Zanele Muholi records the lives of black lesbian women in South Africa through photography, installation, and video, seeking to illuminate the contradictions of life in a country that recognizes the legality of same-sex marriages but is plagued by hate crimes and intolerance for LGBTI individuals. In photographic series such as Faces and Phases and Weddings, and the video Being Scene, Muholi brings into focus the love, intimacy, and daily life within these close-knit yet vulnerable communities. Join the artist in her first Cleveland appearance for a discussion of her work and career. The lecture will be followed by a reception and book signing in the Recital Hall lobby.

Free; registration recommended.
Reserve tickets at tickets.clevelandart.org, or call the ticket desk at 216-421-7350.

Juried Photography Exhibition at CPR

March 26, 2015

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CALL FOR ART
 
2015 Cleveland Print Room
Juried Exhibition: THE PEER SHOW.

DEADLINE: MAY 16, 2015

The Cleveland Print Room is seeking photographic submissions for our first juried exhibition, June 12 – July 11

to be judged by Barbara Tannenbaum
Curator of Photography, Cleveland Museum of Art

AWARDS:     Best of Show: $300     Best B&W: $150     Best Color: $150
Best Alt Process: $150     Director’s Award: $100
The Cleveland Print Room invites members and non-members to submit artwork for our 2015 juried exhibition, The Peer Show.  This is a unique opportunity for photographic artists to exhibit their work and receive substantial exposure in Cleveland’s only dedicated photographic art gallery, community darkroom, educational center, and studio workspace.  Over 30 selected works will be exhibited in our gallery, with a top prize of $300 to be awarded.  All selections and cash awards will be made at the discretion of the jurors and will be final.
ELIGIBILITY:
  • Artists must be at least 18 years of age and reside in the US or Canada.
  • An entry fee of $25 for CPR members or $30 for non-members is payable upon submission of works. Artists may submit up to two (2) pieces of original art in any photographic medium, analog or digital.  Entry fees are non-refundable.
  • All work must be READY TO HANG from typical gallery picture hooks without needing special equipment. We prefer framed pieces to be strung with picture wire.
    Artists must complete a two-part entry form, one part to be attached to the work, and one part given to CPR at drop-off time.
  • The entry form can be found here.
  • Work exceeding 36 inches in any dimension may be excluded due to space restrictions.  Work may not exceed seventy pounds in weight.
  • All work must be original, executed within the last 5 years, and not been shown previously at the Cleveland Print Room.
  • All work must be hand-delivered to the Cleveland Print Room during normal business hours: Noon to 6pm, Tuesday and Thursday through Saturday; 3pm to 6pm, Wednesday.
  • All subject matter must be appropriate for public viewing.
  • Entries must remain in the gallery for the duration of the exhibition.
  • Artists must grant permission for Cleveland Print Room to use their images and information in promotional materials.
  • Cleveland Print Room will retain a 40% commission from works sold. In the event of a sale, the artist will be notified at the closing of the exhibition and mailed a check for 60% of the sale within 30 days.

    TIMELINE:
    April 28, 2015: Works may begin to be dropped off at Cleveland Print Room.

  • May 16, 2015: Deadline for Entry Dropoff
  • June 4, 2015: Notification of juror’s selections
  • June 6, 2015:  Deadline for pick-up of non-selected artwork
  • June 12, 2015:  Exhibition Opening Reception
  • July 11, 2015: Exhibition Closing
  • All unsold work from the exhibition MUST BE PICKED UP by Saturday, July 25, 2011. Any artwork left at Cleveland Print Room beyond that date will be disposed of at the discretion of CPR.
  • Work not selected for the exhibition MUST BE PICKED UP by Saturday, June 6, 2015.

    For further information, please contact Shari at info@clevelandprintroom.com.

Eadweard Muybridge Film at CIFF / CMA

March 6, 2015


Cleveland International Film Festival
Neighborhood Screening of EADWEARD
Gartner Auditorium, Cleveland Museum of Art
Friday, March 27, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.

Click here to visit the CIFF website.
How do you capture a moment? Kyle Rideout’s biopic EADWEARD (2014) shows how this question becomes an obsession of one of the forefathers of motion pictures, Eadweard Muybridge. In 1872, Muybridge reveals hisfirst study of animal locomotion: a series of photos depicting the movements of a running horse that no human eye had ever seen. “This is life,” he explains to his admiring audience. But Muybridge wants to know more. His passion compels Flora, a sultry 21-year-old divorcée, to move with Muybridge from California to Pennsylvania, where he has secured $50,000 to take more pictures. Although Muybridge considers his work to be science, not art, the resulting photographic sequences—of a woman jumping over a stool, a man walking a goat, two men boxing, and so on—are undeniably beautiful. Still, as Muybridge amasses thousands of images depicting life, his own life with Flora begins to unravel. In this impressive first film, Rideout uses time-lapse photography, jump cuts, and slow motion to recreate the magic of Muybridge’s photography.

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For more information, visit http://www.clevelandfilm.org/films/2015/eadweard.

Film Festival members can purchase tickets beginning Friday, February 27, and the general public can purchase tickets beginning Friday, March 6. Use the code “CMA” to save two dollars on the price of admission.

EADWEARD will also be screened on Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 4:25 p.m. and Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 12:00 p.m. at Tower City Cinemas.

Broomberg and Chanarin Lecture at CMA

February 6, 2015

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Contemporary Artist Lecture Series with
Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin

Saturday, February 7 at 2 p.m.

Learn about the recent work and current projects of Broomberg and Chanarin, London-based artists whose collaborative projects use the book form, photography, video, and installation art to explore political conflict, violence, and the ramifications of image-making.

> FREE Registration

Busy Art Weekend via Scene

February 4, 2015

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This weekend Cleveland is filled with more art events than some cities have in a month. Friday alone, it seems like every major art institution and organization is doing something. With so much to tell you about, let’s get right to it… Read all about it from CSU alum Josh Usmani in Cleveland Scene

Two Photographic Artist Lectures at CMA

January 8, 2015

Two great free photo lectures coming up in February at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Both talks are free but we recommend registering. Register through the Ticket Center at (216) 421-7350 or tickets.clevelandart.org. For more information on each lecture, click the images below.

176_fomu-web8Contemporary Artist Lecture series: Adam Broomberg and Oliver Charnarin
Saturday, February 7, 2 pm (http://www.choppedliver.info/)
Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt

Learn about the recent work and current projects of Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, London-based artists whose collaborative projects use the book form, photography, video, and installation art to explore political conflict, violence, and the ramifications of image-making. Past exhibitions include shows at The Museum of Modern Art, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool, The Gwagnju Biennale, the Stedelijk Museum, and New York’s International Center of Photography. They won the ICP Infinity Award 2014 for their book Holy Bible, inspired by Bertolt Brecht’s annotated Bible, and the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize in 2013 for earlier, equally provocative undertakings. This lecture will be followed by a reception for the artists.

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Lecture: Josh Gosfield (http://www.joshgosfieldart.com/)
Saturday, February 28, 2 pm 

Politicians, con men and movie stars are in the identity assembly business. Artists, photographers, and filmmakers are in the image making business. In this talk, artist Josh Gosfield tells the tale of how he commandeered the tools of identity assembly to fabricate the life story of Gigi Gaston, the Black Flower, a 60’s French Pop Star who never existed. (Meet Gigi in Constructed Identities, on view in the Photography Gallery through April 26.)