Videos

Watch programs, curator’s talks and other videos from the Artists Archives!


 

On Thursday, July 16 2020 the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve hosted a virtual opening reception for The Ardent Thread, featuring a curator’s talk by Tony Williams.


 

On Friday, May 8 2020 the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve hosted Home to Home: Virtual Artist Talks Part II, a live Zoom webinar featuring the Archived Artists of the 2020 Annual Members Exhibition. In a series of energetic, 10-minute segments, local creators Archived Artists Lee Heinen, Margaret Arthur, Stuart Pearl, and Rebecca Kaler Langley shared how they’ve been keeping creative in quarantine, including tours of their studios, recent artwork and general inspiration! Hosted by Executive Director Mindy Tousely with Marketing and Program Manager Megan Alves and Collections Registrar Kelly Pontoni.


 

On May 1, 2020, the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve held Home to Home: Virtual Artists Talks Part I a live Zoom webinar, featuring Archived Artists from the 2020 Annual Members Exhibition. In a series of energetic, 10-minute segments, local creators Herbert Ascherman Jr., Gloria Plevin, Judy Takács, George Kocar and Terry Klausman shared how they’ve been keeping creative in quarantine, including tours of their studios, recent artwork and general inspiration! Hosted by AAWR Executive Director Mindy Tousley, with Marketing & Program Manager Megan Alves and Collections Registrar Kelly Pontoni.


 


 

The Artists Archives of The Western Reserve Exhibition: Art Interprets Alzheimer’s. This exhibit, the first of it’s kind in Cleveland, allows the viewer to engage and experience the effects of Alzheimer’s.


 

AAWR announces the return of Color Me Cleveland™, a community arts event featuring well known and emerging artists who create works of art throughout the Cleveland area. Artists drew upon inspirations of Cleveland landmark locations while the surrounding public is able to observe the art creation process.


IdeaStream: Around Noon – Art Interprets Alzheimer’s, Jared Bendis and ‘Being Elmo’


 

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