Cleveland Art, September/October 2012

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Published: September 1, 2012

Articles in this issue: Mary Cassatt; Studio Glass; Education and Interpretation; Atrium Opening; VIVA! & Gala Season; Chalk Festival; Programs.

A colorful pastel by Mary Cassatt of a mother in a smock, holding a toddler, with a child to her right. Titled  After the Bath on the magazine cover

The Feminine Ideal

Heather Lemonedes Curator of Drawings

After the Bath c. 1901. Mary Cassatt. Pastel; 66 x 100 cm (sheet). Gift of J. H. Wade 1920.379


In October, one of the most beloved works from the museum’s collection—Mary Cassatt’s After the Bath, from about 1901—will be featured in Mary Cassatt and the Feminine...

Studio Glass in Focus

Robert Coby Guest Curator, Cleveland Institute of Art class of 2011, glass artist

In a workshop held at the Toledo Museum of Art in 1962, Dominick Labino and Harvey Littleton experimented with building a small furnace and melting a test batch of glass with the goal of creating blown glass art. This y...

Threads of Communication

Elizabeth Bolander Director of Communications and Research



Tapestry-Woven Tunic with Staff- Bearing Creature in Profile Camelid fiber and cotton. 97 x 144.9 cm. Brooklyn Museum, Gift of the Ernest Erickson Foundation, Inc., 86.224.109 


More than two years ago, in June 2010, the Clevelan...