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Women of the Archives: Oral Histories Premiere & Virtual Artist Talk
March 24 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
In honor of Women’s History month, the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is pleased to host Women of the Archives: Oral Histories Premiere and Artist Talk, Wednesday March 24, 4:00 – 5:00pm on Zoom.
Join us for the Oral Histories premiere of Archived Artists Elaine Albers Cohen, Gloria Plevin, and Judy Takács. Produced by local filmmaker Ted Sikora, these 5-minute videos provide fascinating insight into the history and process of important Ohio artists. Following the premiere will be a moderated conversation with Judson exhibiting artists Charlotte Lees, Lee Heinen, Gloria Plevin, and Judy Takács, finishing with a live audience Q & A
The accompanying satellite exhibition, Women of the Archives, is the Artists Archives’ second collaboration with Judson Manor, a not-for-profit retirement community located in historic University Circle. The show features 17 works by 10 notable women from the museum’s collection of Ohio art including Ruth Bercaw, Charlotte Lees, Lee Heinen, Rebecca Kaler, Elise Newman, Gail Newman, Algesa O’Sickey, Gloria Plevin, Marsha Sweet and Judy Takács. On view until March 29th, Women of the Archives is free and open to the public at Judson Manor – South Concourse Gallery, 1890 E 107th St. Cleveland, OH 44106. Gallery Hours: 10:00am to 4:00pm daily. Please call (216) 532-1351 for additional information.
*Please note* This webinar is limited to 100 attendees. If we hit capacity, Zoom will give you the option to join via Facebook Live. Simply follow the prompts to view the presentation! If you would like to participate in the webinar directly on Zoom, we recommend logging on as close to 4pm as possible. The event will also be recorded and available on artistsarchives.org within the week.
About the Artists Archives: The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) is a unique archival facility and regional museum created to preserve representative bodies of work by Ohio visual artists. Through ongoing research, exhibition, and educational programs the AAWR actively documents and promotes this cultural heritage for the benefit of the public. The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve would also like to thank Ohio Arts Council, Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, the people of Cuyahoga County, the George Gund Foundation, the Bernice & David E. Davis Foundation, the William Bingham Foundation and the Zufall Foundation for their continuing support.