Date: October 24
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Location: The Sculpture Center, East 123rd St. Cleveland, Ohio. 44106
From Neil Gaiman’s Anansi Boys: “People take on the shapes of the songs and the stories that surround them, especially if they don’t have their own song.”
Framed by the current exhibition, “Boppin into the Wild Blue,” The Sculpture Center is hosting an open and informal roundtable conversation exploring the creative processes of re-imagining the world and the role that creative works play in forming our world views.
Two creative professionals: Author and Case Western Reserve University Professor, Mary Grimm; visual artist and Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA) Professor, Tony Ingrisano, agreed to lead the conversation by responding to some of the following prompts:
Food, drinks, and delicious conversation will be served and attendees can also view the exhibition “Boppin’ Into the Wild Blue.” – Expect the casual atmosphere of friendly party.
For Tony’s work click here.
For a recent interview with Mary click here.
The Sculpture Center
1834 E. 123rd Street
Cleveland, OH 44106