The Galleries at CSU

Exhibitions Schedule 2016-2017

All scheduled exhibitions and events are subject to change. All programs are free and open to the public.

Thursday, September 1 ­– Saturday, October 8, 2016

Special viewing hours:
Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday: 12:00 noon – 5:00 pm
Friday, and Saturday: 12:00 noon – 7:00 pm
Monday, Tuesday, and University Holidays: Closed
Other times by appointment

North and Center Galleries: SIXTY PAINTINGS FROM THE BIBLE
An exhibition of works that can be described as a painterly engagement with the central texts of Judaism depicting 60 salient moments from the stories in the Hebrew Bible, by Archie Rand, a New York based artists, Guggenheim fellow, and chair of Columbia University’s visual arts program. The exhibition is curated by Samantha Baskind, Professor of Art, Cleveland State University, and accompanied by a fully illustrated exhibition catalog.

Center Gallery: THE BOOK OF JUDITH
Additional works by Archie Rand

Media Room: THE PAINTED SHUL
A video about Archie Rand

South Gallery: TO SPEAK HER HEART
A group of unique prints investigating Jewish women’s devotional literature dating back to biblical times by Leslie A. Golomb and Barbara Broff Goldman

Gallery Conversation with Archie Rand Thursday, September 1, at 4pm followed by a reception from 5 to 8pm, Gallery Conversation with Leslie A. Golomb and Barbara Broff Goldman in the South Gallery at 6pm

October 28 – December 8, 2016                  

All Galleries: The 22nd PEOPLE’S ART SHOW
A non-juried, free, and open celebration of creativity, diversity and imagination – 350 artists are expected participate with approximately 500 works in all media.

Drop off for participating artists is Friday, October 14 and Saturday, October 15 from 10am to 4pm; any person may submit 2 works in any medium, subject, and size. Free! – $5 donation per entry is gladly accepted.

January 20, to February 25, 2017

North Gallery: RIPARAZIONI
An installation of eleven embroidered dresses and other works by Anne Kmieck

Center Gallery: GHOSTS AND STRANGERS
Dyed Tencel weavings by Miriam Norris Omura

South Gallery: FROM THERE TO HERE
Encaustic geometric abstractions by Susan Squires

Media room: PLACEHOLDER CINEMA
Selected film and video works by independent Cleveland filmmaker Robert Banks

March 10, to April 15, 2017

North and Center Galleries: THE CURIOUS CASE OF COLOR
An exhibition exploring color as a primary perceptual phenomenon with works by Rachel Beamer, Lynda Britton, Matthew Kolodziej, Dennis Long, Paul O’Keeffe, Lorri Ott, John Pearson, Douglas Sanderson, Audra Skuodas, and Julian Stanczak

South Gallery: THE TERMINAL TOWER: SYMBOL OF CLEVELAND
Curated by William Barrow, Special Collections Librarian, Michael Schwartz Library

May 5, to June 10, 2017

North Gallery: MERIT SCHOLAR EXHIBITION

South and Center Galleries: 46TH STUDENT SHOW