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Thursday, December 23, 2010
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Seeing Green Recycled

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve Presents Seeing Green RecycledSeptember 23, 2011 through October 28, 2011The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) is proud to announce Seeing Green Recycled. The public is invited to attend this free art exhibition and the opening reception which will be on Friday, September 23, 2011 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. This exhibition will run through October 28, 2011. The gallery?s regular hours of operation are Wednesday through Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Saturday from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Developed with generous support from the George Gund Foundation, the exhibition is inspired by the recent ?go green? trend in our forward-thinking society. The exhibition showcases works created by Cleveland artists using eco-friendly products, recycled materials, and those dealing with the theme of environmental sustainability. Featured artists are: Anna Arnold, Margaret Arthur, Joseph Borsuk, Suzie Frazier, Barbara Gillette, Tom Hubbard, Alice Kiderman, Suzan Kraus, Mario Kujawski, Janet Mikolajczyk, Susan Parente, John Ranally and Mary Stone.Seeing Green Recycled is a juried exhibition, and there will be three winners announced at the opening reception. Jurors for this show are Albert Albano, Executive Director of the Intermuseum Conservation Association, and William Martin Jean, professional artist and longtime faculty member at the Cleveland Institute of Art.Through this exhibit the AAWR wishes to create awareness among artists about sustainable art practices and possibilities and inspire them to create art using ecologically responsible materials and techniques. The show also aims to educate the art buying public about green art and the importance of purchasing art locally. In short, the AAWR is calling out to all artists in our area to display artwork in the AAWR gallery of which the Earth will be proud.The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is a unique archival facility created to preserve representative bodies of work created by Ohio visual artists. A ?living archive?, the AAWR has frequent exhibitions at its modern facility in University Circle. The Artists Archives serves as this region?s repository for artists looking for a place to preserve their work while making their work accessible to the public.The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is located at 1834 E 123rd Street in University Circle, right off Euclid Avenue and across from Lake View Cemetery. Free parking is available in the lot in front of the building and all along E 123rd Street. For further information, call 216-721-9020.The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve Presents Seeing Green RecycledSeptember 23, 2011 through October 28, 2011The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) is proud to announce Seeing Green Recycled. The public is invited to attend this free art exhibition and the opening reception which will be on Friday, September 23, 2011 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. This exhibition will run through October 28, 2011. The gallery?s regular hours of operation are Wednesday through Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Saturday from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Developed with generous support from the George Gund Foundation, the exhibition is inspired by the recent ?go green? trend in our forward-thinking society. The exhibition showcases works created by Cleveland artists using eco-friendly products, recycled materials, and those dealing with the theme of environmental sustainability. Featured artists are: Anna Arnold, Margaret Arthur, Joseph Borsuk, Suzie Frazier, Barbara Gillette, Tom Hubbard, Alice Kiderman, Suzan Kraus, Mario Kujawski, Janet Mikolajczyk, Susan Parente, John Ranally and Mary Stone.Seeing Green Recycled is a juried exhibition, and there will be three winners announced at the opening reception. Jurors for this show are Albert Albano, Executive Director of the Intermuseum Conservation Association, and William Martin Jean, professional artist and longtime faculty member at the Cleveland Institute of Art.Through this exhibit the AAWR wishes to create awareness among artists about sustainable art practices and possibilities and inspire them to create art using ecologically responsible materials and techniques. The show also aims to educate the art buying public about green art and the importance of purchasing art locally. In short, the AAWR is calling out to all artists in our area to display artwork in the AAWR gallery of which the Earth will be proud.The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is a unique archival facility created to preserve representative bodies of work created by Ohio visual artists. A ?living archive?, the AAWR has frequent exhibitions at its modern facility in University Circle. The Artists Archives serves as this region?s repository for artists looking for a place to preserve their work while making their work accessible to the public.The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is located at 1834 E 123rd Street in University Circle, right off Euclid Avenue and across from Lake View Cemetery. Free parking is available in the lot in front of the building and all along E 123rd Street. For further information, call 216-721-9020.

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