Years In Office 4
Last Good Book Read
|The Dairy Barn Cultural Arts Center is accepting entries of artwork inspired by the Vietnam War. The Vietnam War: Art Expressions, Then and Now, a national juried exhibition open to all media, will be on display at the Dairy Barn September 30-November 19, 2000. Work need not visually depict the Vietnam War, but must have been directly or indirectly inspired by it. Deadline is April 21. For an entry form or more information call 740/592-4981 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Structure and Surface:
Contemporary Japanese Textiles is on view at the Akron Art Museum
through February 20. Japanese textile artists, designers and manufacturers
are creating dynamic new materials that are having an extraordinary
influence worldwide. This exhibition surveys the ingenious fusion of
ancient aesthetics and modern technologies that have made Japan the
recognized leader in avant-garde fashion and textile design. For more
information call 330/376-9185.
Great Lakes Theater Festival will present Shakespeare's Twelfth Night March 16-April 2 at the Ohio Theatre, Playhouse Square Center, Cleveland. Original score by Adam Wernick. Directed by Daniel Fish. For more information call 216/241-5490 or visit www.greatlakestheater.org.
|Katharine Lee Reid is the
new director of The Cleveland Museum of Art. Reid, 58, has been director
of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts since 1991. She is the daughter of
Sherman E. Lee, CMA director 1958-1983. Reid will assume her duties as
CMA's sixth director on March 13. Kate Sellers, who has been acting
director since the untimely death of Robert P. Bergman last May, will
continue in that capacity until March, then resume her duties as CMA's
deputy director and director of development and external affairs. Reid has
been deputy director of the Art Institute of Chicago, a curator at the
Ackland Art Museum at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and
a curator at the David and Alfred Smart Museum at the University of
Chicago and at The Toledo Museum of Art.
Columbus Association for the Performing Arts President Doug Kridler has been elected president of the International Society for the Performing Arts. ISPA is a professional society whose members are leaders in the performing arts in North and South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Pacific. Kridler served as treasurer of the society 1994-1996 and president-elect 1997-1999.
|The Arts Education Partnership is a private, nonprofit coalition of education, arts, business, philanthropic and government organizations that promotes arts education as a way to help students succeed in school, life and work. The partnership was formed in 1995 by the National Endowment for the Arts, the United States Education Department, the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies and the Council of Chief State School Officers. More than 100 national organizations participate in the partnership. Visit their website at www.aep-arts.org.|