Third-Year CIA Students Put Together Their Own Show at Prospect Gallery

Fri 4/12 @ 5:30-8:30PM

Want to see what the next generation of artists is working on now? Check out the display of work by 36 third-year students at the Cleveland Institute of Art. The show, What’s Hidden in the Grass? at the Bostwick Gallery (the former Busta Gallery on Prospect), will feature work in a variety of media which play off the show’s title.

It’s part of a program called Artists as Cultural Producers in which third-year students in visual art majors plan a show at all stages, from coming up with the theme to the actual installation.

After the opening reception Fri 4/12 @ 5:30-8:30pm, the work will be on view through Wed 4/17 @ 8:30am-5:30pm. Admission is free.

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