All scheduled exhibitions and events are subject to change.
All programs are free and open to the public.
Main Gallery: 1307 EUCLID AVENUE: THE FIRST EXHIBITION
The first exhibition in the new Art Gallery venue at 1307 Euclid Avenue Gallery Conversations at 4pm in the North Gallery.
North Gallery: FULL-TIME STUDIO ART FACULTY SHOW
The first faculty group exhibition in 15 years featuring current full time art faculty -- Artists include: Irina Koukhanova, Qian Li, George Mauersberger, Russ Revock, Mark Slankard, Robert Thurmer.
Center Gallery: TEACHING STAFF EXHIBITION
Including works by past and present full and part-time teaching staff including Ken Nevadomi, Michael Gentile, Peter Wells, Stephanie Craig, Terry Clark, Catherine Rozmarynowycz, Nancy Halbrook, and others
South Gallery: JENNIE JONES: A PHOTOGRAPHIC LEGACY FOR CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY
An exhibition of selected works by celebrated Cleveland photographer Jennifer Jones. Artist lecture “Cleveland Inside/Outside.” TBA
Main Gallery: THE 20th PEOPLE’S ART SHOW
A non-juried, free and open celebration of creativity, diversity and imagination – 350 artists are expected to participate with approximately 500 works in all media.
ANIMATOPOEIA: A MOST PECULIAR (POST MODERN) BESTIARY – a thematic exhibition of works by 19 internationally recognized artists in various media, exploring animal imagery in contemporary art, curated by Omid Tavakoli
DANTE RODRIGUEZ: NEW WORKS – Graphic and conceptual works by one of Cleveland’s most promising emerging artists
THE 42nd STUDENT SHOW – a juried exhibition with awards and prizes
MERIT SCHOLARSHIP EXHIBITIONS – a series of exhibitions of works by recipients of the Art Department’s 2012/2013 Merit Scholarships
HOLD THE WALL: TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY PAINTING, an exhibition of works by local, regional, and international artists in a variety of paint media curated by Dan Tranberg
TimeSpace – media room: "PRESENT AND ACCOUNTED: A CELEBRATION OF THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CLEVELAND PERFORMANCE ART FESTIVAL (1988-1999)" This exhibition is part of a citywide celebration of the history of performance art in Cleveland.
South Gallery: Art for Hope: Helping Veterans through the Healing Power of Art
Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio’s exhibit celebrating the creative work of homeless Veterans.