Exhibitions & Events

NewNow 2018 | Gallery East | September 13 - October 18

Michael Weil, You should see Hebrew written in Chinese ink with a brush - 17-Mile Drive, Digital image capture

Michael Weil, You Should See Hebrew Written in Chinese Ink with a Brush - 17-Mile Drive, Digital image capture


 

Recast: Curated by Mary Urbas | September 21 - November 10

Kimberly Chapman, Money, Money, Money, Porcelain

Kimberly Chapman, Money, Money, Money, Porcelain


 

Vivid Stories: Bess Rodriguez Richard | November 16 - January 12

Bess Rodriguez Richard, Treme, New Orleans, Louisiana (Detail), Acrylic on canvas, Permanent collection of the AAWR

Bess Rodriguez Richard, Treme, New Orleans, Louisiana (Detail), Acrylic on canvas, Permanent collection of the AAWR


 

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Augusto C. Bordelois in the studio

Thank you to the voters of Cuyahoga County for providing partial funding for our Oral Histories Film Documentary Project and to the many members and supporters of AAWR who contributed matching funds for this project.

In culmination of this year long project, these short films on Archived Artists Harriet Moore Ballard, William Martin Jean, Bonnie Dolin, Augusto Bordelois, Jennie Jones, Douglas Max Utter and Anthony Eterovich by Ted Sikora and Charles Mintz, premiered here at the Archives on November 19th- also shown was a film made by Ted Sikora for The Cleveland Arts Prize on Shirley Aley Campbell.


 Now Available for Purchase

Archives Speak Postcard

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) presents The Archives Speak.

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) will be celebrating the book launch and signing of our landmark publication, The Archives Speak, with an exhibition opening on November 15, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. The Archives Speak is the definitive information source guide for our 62 Archived Artists. The book contains the Archived Artists’ portraits, biographical information, career information, and examples of their artwork.

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