Thursday, October 01st, 2015

Can we borrow your Monet? How the Cleveland Museum of Art built its fall blockbuster

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Organizing a blockbuster exhibition of Impressionist and early modern paintings can cause at least a few queasy moments.
William Robinson of the Cleveland Museum of Art, who co-curated the upcoming "Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse" exhibition, recalls that as of just 18 months ago,...

Saturday, August 29th, 2015

Cleveland Institute of Art celebrates completion of its $75 million Uptown project with parade

As they have done every day for decades, members of the Cleveland Institute of Art community journeyed Friday from their East Boulevard campus to their facility on Euclid Avenue.

This time, however, it was a one-way parade to mark the end of an era in the institution's history.


Friday, August 28th, 2015

First look: One University Circle high-rise apartments to start rising in January

Hoping to benefit from sky-high occupancy rates and rising rents, local developers expect to start construction early next year on a 20-story luxury apartment building in the city's University Circle neighborhood.
The first apartments at One University Circle might open in October 2017, with the remainder trickling onto the market through...

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015

Director William Griswold wants Cleveland Museum of Art atrium filled with art, performance

William Griswold looks down through the big glass window in his conference room overlooking the Cleveland Museum of Art's atrium and sees artistic and even architectural possibilities that have not yet been tapped.
Griswold, who marks his first anniversary Tuesday as the museum's 10th director since it opened in 1916,...

Friday, August 14th, 2015

University Circle focuses on dangerous crossings for students

Navigating the spaghetti bowl of converging streets at the base of Cedar Hill can be a headache for drivers, but for pedestrians it can be perilous.
Students pouring out of the bus and rapid stations headed to John Hay High School (and starting this fall, the new home of the

people with cameras in green area

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