The Sculpture Center congratulates the four artists selected for the CSN (Cleveland Sculptors Network) Master Reviews & Collective Discussion, which will be led by out-of-region visiting curator, Taylor Aldridge: Luke Achterberg (Lexington, KY), Doug Cannell (Detroit, MI), Deanna Dionne (Cleveland, OH), and Grace Summanen (Euclid, OH).
The selected artists will meet with Aldridge and their peers in a private group crticial feedback discussion of their work presented digitally on the morning of Sunday, July 15, 2018 at The Sculpture Center. The Master Reviews are a special career development event intended to foster ongoing personal ties of the sculptors with the visiting artist or curator and among the regional sculptors for the future. The selected artists seized the opportunity to participate by responding to an open call for sculptors from the region posted by The Sculpture Center. This event is privately held and not open to the public. Visiting sculptors and curators to date have been Nathalie Miebach (November 2016), Luca Buvoli (April 2017), Steve Locke (June 2017), Christina Linden (November 2017) and Ward Shelley (April 2018).
The Master Reviews & Collective Discussion is preceded by the sixth panel of the CSN/Getting There from Here, Negotiating the Art World, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018 at the Goldhorn Brewery (1361 East 55th Street, Cleveland). The panel will feature visiting curator Taylor Aldridge, Detroit based curator, writer and co-founding editor of ARTS.BLACK, Jennifer Coleman, the Gund foundation’s senior program officer for arts, and Jova Lynne, Ford Curatorial Fellow at MOCAD and trans-disciplinary artist based in Detroit, with moderator Vince Robinson, celebrated photographer and co-owner of Larchmere Arts (Cleveland, OH). This Panel Event is Free and Open to the Public. The CSN Panel, Negotiating the Art World, will focus on underrepresented artists seeking new methods for propelling their careers forward, finding exposure and representation, and promoting themselves in the art world. Learn More.
Sculptors selected for the Master Reviews & Collective Discussion will be able to meet with the panelists, moderator, The Sculpture Center’s executive director, and each other at the Goldhorn Brewery before the Panel event begins, courtesy of The Sculpture Center.
The Sculpture Center thanks our ongoing funder for the Cleveland Sculptors Network, the Callahan Foundation, and our former generous partners, 2931 Prospect Contemporary Art (formerly in business) and Happy Dog, and our original funder, the Ohio Arts Council.
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