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In this wrenching mother-and-son drama that Sight & Sound called “the best Irish film in years,” a young Dublin cabdriver (Jack Reynor) cares for his alcoholic, often out-of-control mom (a sensational Toni Collette).
Meet curators Robert Coby and Stephen Harrison in the Ratner Gallery for a lively discussion of studio glass from the 1960s to now.
Robert Coby Guest Curator, Cleveland Institute of Art class of 2011, glass artist
Dr. Antonaras will give an outline of the history of the Byzantine Empire and the shapes, forms, and uses of glass objects present in Byzantine society will be illustrated.
The elegant, colorful pieces included in Studio Glass in Focus: Dialogue and Innovation commemorate the 50th anniversary of studio glass,
Marking the 50th anniversary of the studio glass movement in America, Studio Glass in Focus: Dialogue and Innovation showcases works of art in glass from the early pioneers of the studio movement—which began in 1962 in Toledo, Ohio—through today's artistic innovators. This focus exhibition highlights the dialogue between artists as teachers and students and how they influenced each other. On view are older works as well as works by artists who have forged new ground, revealing the innovative approaches of glass artists today.
CLEVELAND (September 13, 2012) – The Cleveland Museum of Art has acquired Work No.