Cleveland: A Cultural Center,
1936

William A. Van Duzer (American, 1917–2005) Cleveland: A Cultural Center, 1936, tempera on artist board


This stunning display of over 150 works of art and design was conceived as a celebration of the Cleveland School and their important role within our city’s longstanding tradition of artistic excellence. As a not-for-profit exhibition, Cleveland: A Cultural Center is the first of its kind for WOLFS. The vast majority of exhibited works have been loaned from private collections. Curated by Professor Henry Adams

Registration Wednesday

 Registration Thursday

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