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									NE Regional Newsletter                                                                March 2012
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  Conference Presentation Proposals for the Greater Cincinnati Professional Development
 Conference November 8-10, 2012, can be submitted on-line through the OAEA webpage and
                             are due by May 1 at Midnight.

.Please consider presenting. Our conferences are greatly enhanced by the sharing of techniques
                 and materials, and all of us have something of value to share.

 Anyone who did not pick up their YAM artwork from the Regional YAM Show on March 10th
    should contact Jennifer Thompson at to arrange pick up.

   Be sure and visit the OAEA web page. The site is up and running and has a lot of valuable
 information available to all members. Please note that you do NOT have to log in to view the
site, but it is a good idea to log in and update your file information. If you have trouble logging
                                        in please let me know.

                        Teacher Incentive Grant Available From NE OAEA
     The NE Region annually awards $250 to a member of the region to support curriculum,
instruction, student learning, student assessment, classroom management, or implementation
of the Ohio Visual Art Standards. Applicants must be a NE OAEA member who is an art educator
     currently teaching elementary, middle or high school within Ohio. The triplicate 5 page
 applications are due Friday, June 8, 2012 to Cynthia Lowry. The applications require a letter of
support from your administrator. Full instructions and details are included with the application
          Application files can be e-mailed to you upon request from Cynthia Lowry at

Standards Update

The updated fine arts standards drafts for dance, drama/theatre, music and visual art are now
posted at the ODE website with important supplemental information and a survey form for
comment at this link
=1700&Content=122963 We encourage you to review the visual arts draft and weigh in on this
important effort to update Ohio’s Arts Academic Content Standards.
RD: Mary Green and Cynthia Lowry remain your Co-RD’s this year. ( )
PR/Advocacy Chair: Mel Rainey

 Regional Newsletter Editor: Cynthia Lowry and Mary Green
Secretary: Georgann Blair
Membership Chair: Carole Brown (Sandra Noble is her asst.)
Regional YAM/YPAE Coordinator: Jenn Thompson
Regional HS Art Show Chair: OPEN
Regional Historian: David Wolff
Regional Technology Chair: Judy Flamik
Regional Awards Chair: Laura Tawil

APRIL: Cartooning Workshop with Mel Rainey (Free)

When: Saturday April 28th 9:00-11:00am

Where: Elyria High School*601 Middle Ave., Elyria, OH 44035

Cost: FREE

*More details will be sent out closer to the actual workshop date.


What Has Happened Recently:

December: Yam Drop-off, Encaustic Workshop with Cyndi Lowry(2hrs. CEU), Clay Workshop,
Richfield Art Studio (3hrs. CEU).

February: Lake Erie Monsters Art Career Day

March: Yam Set-up, Yam Closing Reception

CIA SPRING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (Still not too late to sign up for some classes)
The Cleveland Institute of Art
11141 East Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Lisa Kramer Reichel /
Director of Continuing Education + Community Outreach
Richard Maxwell /
Assistant Director of Continuing Education + Community Outreach
216.421.7460 /

Adult classes Summer Schedule begins the week of June 4, 2012 and run through the week of
July 23, 2012

Young Artist Classes: Summer 2012 (Catalog Available Early April '12)
1st Session: June 18 - 29, 2012 (Monday - Friday)
2nd Session: July 23 - August 3, 2012 (Monday - Friday)

Pay-as-you-go Life Drawing classes: Spring 2012: Wednesdays, January 18, 2012 - April 4,
2012, 7-9pm

Spring BASIC workshops
Saturday, April 21, 2012

9:00am until 4:00pm

Digital Image Printing on Clay with Amy Krusiniski Sinbondit
Drop Spindle Spinning + Tapestry Weaving with Jessica Pinsky
Figurative Forms with Denise Buckley
Oil Painting with Elinore M. Korow
The Embedded Collagraph: Intaglio + Relief with Shelly DiCello
Warm Glass Work: Glass Fusing in Your Classroom with Daniel Pruitt
Zentangle® with Launie McDevitt

For more information
Richard Maxwell /
Assistant Director / Continuing Education + Community Outreach
The Cleveland Institute of Art
11141 East Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
216.421.7460 /

Mark your calendars!
The next BASIC workshop date is Thursday, July 12, 2012.
Selected workshops will run two days to Friday, July 13, 2012.

Zygote Press
1410 East 30th street
Cleveland OH 44114
Zygote is lucky that they have such a strong, talented stable of artists with various skill sets and
teaching experience. Please call if you are interested in working with one of the artists for
private sessions to work within your extremely busy schedules. Zygote also offers specialty
classes for those of you that would like to work closely with a printmaker to learn the technical
aspects or make that project you have in mind realized. Prices variable.
Private one-on-one classes
$25 per hour for teacher + $10 per hour for Zygote


Thank you to all of the teachers who participated in the YAM and YPAE shows. A special thank
you to Jenn Thompson for stepping up and co-ordinating this years YAM show! Jenn is now
teaching at the high school level. She will not be able to co-ordinate the YAM/YPAE Shows any
longer, so this regional position is available. If you are interested in taking over this position,
please contact Cyndi or Mary. Thank you also to Tim Shuckerow for allowing us to have our
Regional YAM show at the CASE Art Building. There was a wonderful turn out for the closing
reception on Sunday, March 18th.

High School Show

The High School Show has been cancelled for this year while the OAEA restructures its format.
When we receive the updated informationwe will be sure to pass it on to you right away!

Regional Judging took place on Saturday, March 3 and the state judging took place on Saturday,
March 10.
Governor’s Awards Ceremony: Saturday, April 14, 12pm -The Riffe Center, Capitol Theatre 77
High St. Columbus, OH 43215
Governor’s Exhibition Opening: Saturday, April 14 - 2:00 pm -James A Rhodes State Office
Tower 30 E. Broad St. Columbus, OH 43215
Governor’s Exhibition Dates: April 14 - May 17, 2012
Weekdays 8am - 5pm For special viewing arrangements contact the Tower at (614) 466-7361,
Fax: (614) 466-3546

State Department of Education Display and Governor’s Office Display: ODE 25 S. Front St Open
to State Dept. and the Governor’s Office personnel only. Office of the Governor 77 S. High St.
Columbus, OH

OPPORTUNITIES(For Students and Teachers)

CIA (Cleveland Institute of Art)
Do you know of a high school student interested in pursuing art + design?

CIA's annual summer Pre-College Program is open to all students who will be entering their
sophomore, junior, or senior year of high school. This two week long residential program is
designed to reflect the life of an art student attending an art school to obtain their Bachelor's of
Art degree. Student's who successfully complete this program earn three undergraduate
credits from the Cleveland Institute of Art.

Participating students can:
+ Earn college credits
+ Experience college life
+ Study with professional artists and designers
+ Learn about careers in art and design
+ Meet with a CIA admissions counselor
+ Build your portfolio

Check it out:
Lisa Kramer Reichel
Director, Continuing Education + Community Outreach

Young Audiences
13110 Shaker Square, Suite C203, Cleveland, OH 44120-2313 - 216-561-5005 e-mail:
For You
Young Audiences of Northeast Ohio has many events and opportunities year-round where we
could use an extra hand to help us carry out our mission:
        Join their education committee
        Volunteer to visit schools to review programs and performances
        Lend a hand at our special events
        Learn more about joining Young Audiences’ board
If you’re interested in helping and want to learn more about what they do call or e-mail them
(info above)

For Your Students
Summer Arts Internship for High School Students - Applications Available Now
High School Students looking for a great summer job in the arts?! Apply for ArtWorks now!
For six weeks in the summer, ArtWorks apprentices work with professional artists to create
exciting work in theater, dance, music, photography and visual arts while learning
professionalism and responsibility.
Must be entering 10th, 11th or 12th grades in the fall of 2011. No previous arts experience is
necessary. Just come with an interest in the arts and a desire to work and learn!
Applications are due March 30.

It’s Off to Summer Camp We Go!
Summer break will be here before you know it, which makes now a great time to think about
bringing Young Audiences artists to your child’s summer camp experience.
We know that out-of-school experiences can be a great way to keep arts in students' lives all
year long, which is especially important during the summer months when children are out of
school. That's why we make our high-quality arts programming available to various community
organizations, including summer camps.
If you or someone you know is looking for entertaining, educational programs for a summer
camp this year visit their web site or call 216-561-5005.

ZeroLandfill Teacher Workshops

 ZertoLandfill has partnered with the Education Service Center of Cuyahoga County (Ohio)
 to present a two part workshop, Making Art from Recycled Materials. The workshop
 focuses on book arts. On March 22, artist and educator, Chris Zielski, will be presenting
 book projects using wallcovering, paint samples and wood and tile. On April 17,
 artist Christine Mauersberger, will be expanding the definition of books using
 wallcovering and fabric. These are hands on workshops. Each participant will have time
 to create the presented book projects and explore and experiment with materials on
 their own.

 Educators can take the book projects back their classrooms and incorporate into a range
 of learning activities. One can be a science log, another a creative writing book, world
 history and cultural studies notes can fill the third and the fourth can incorporate math
 concepts. Each tells the story of reuse, seeing materials in a new light and expanding the
 definition of book. Students will find discovery in looking at what was once considered
 waste in a new way.

 Summer sessions are being planned for 2012.

Miscellaneous Information

Allen Memorial Art Museum Update (Oberlin, OH)
For more information, please contact Jason Trimmer, Curator of Education, at, or by phone (440) 775-8671.
Guided Tours for K-12 Student Groups:

Interactive tours are led by the museum’s student docents and Education Department staff. All
Educational tours utilize VTS (Visual Thinking Strategies) which build critical thinking and visual
literacy skills through close examination and discussion of original works of art. This technique
focuses on students' own discoveries and interpretations of works of art, rather than the simple
dissemination of dates and facts. Docents will help your students to explore, discover and enjoy
art in the AMAM’s extensive collection. Working with small groups in the galleries, the docents
encourage discussion about the art, artists and cultures represented in the collections and
special exhibitions. In addition, each tour can be designed to complement your current unit or

Guided tours meet and work within the Visual Art Academic Content Standards established by
the State Board of Education of Ohio ("Historical, Cultural, and Social Contexts," "Creative
Expression and Communication," "Analyzing and Responding," "Valuing the Arts/Aesthetic
Expression," and "Connections, Relationships, and Applications.")

How to Schedule a Tour:

A minimum of two weeks advance notice is required to schedule a tour.
Tours are usually 45 minutes to 1 hour long, depending on the age group.
There is no charge for tours.
Classroom Resource Sheets

Thanks to the generous support of the Ohio Arts Council, the AMAM has developed classroom
resource sheets based on twenty works from the museum’s permanent art collection. For every
work, you will find a visual analysis, background on the work’s function, its cultural and
historical importance, an artist biography, and a list of possible vocabulary words. Additionally,
each resource sheet lists the Ohio Academic Content Standards and their K-12 Benchmarks met
by the study of each work and its related classroom activities. We have also developed ideas for
curriculum connections in each of the major subject areas. It is our hope not only that some of
these connections might be used in your classroom, but also that they are used as a ‘jumping
off point’ for the creative integration of works from our collection into your lesson plans. Sheets
are available online under the “education” tab.

The House of Blues

308 Euclid Avenue | Cleveland, OH 44114

The International House of Blues Foundation (IHOBF) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit
charitable organization dedicated to bringing the arts to schools and communities
through programs that promote cultural understanding and encourage creative
expression. IHOBF’s Blues SchoolHouse Program introduces students and teachers
(grades 4-12) to the history, art, music and cultural impact of the blues and
demonstrates the vast influence of the blues on contemporary music and culture.

Blues SchoolHouse
Currently Live Blues SchoolHouse programming will not be offered. Blues SchoolHouse
resources including the Blues SchoolHouse Classroom Guide are available free of charge at
IHOBF’s online Learning Center.

 Please email if you have questions or require
additional information
Drawing Us Together
Drawing Us Together 2012, a visual arts exhibit and competition, invites 9th through
12th grade students to create original artworks inspired by the 2012 theme: The Arts
Inspire Hope. In creating their artworks, students are encouraged to consider how the
arts can inspire hope in challenging times and difficult circumstances. Exhibits will take
place at House of Blues Cleveland and online at Registration now
open! Deadline Monday, April 16. More information at
Events Happening Around Town

Cleveland Public Library (through May)
The Fighting Heart of Johnny Kilbane: Remembering Cleveland’s Featherweight Champion
100 Years Later

Main Library, Louis Stokes Wing – Lower Lobby
March 15 – April 30
West Park Branch
May 7 – 31

On February 22, 1912, Clevelander Johnny Kilbane entered the realm of sports legends when he
defeated Abe Attell in a 20-round fight, winning for himself–and Cleveland–the world
featherweight boxing championship, a title he held until 1923. In his day, Kilbane’s name was
known throughout the U.S. and around the world, perhaps more so than that of any other
Clevelander’s. Fighter, family man and public servant, Kilbane led an exceptional life. But his
journey in some ways followed the path of many other Irish American Clevelanders of the time:
born in the Angle–wedged between Detroit, West 25th Street and the Cuyahoga River–he lived
at West 74th and Herman at the time of his title fight and ended his days in West Park. The
legacy of “West Side’s Pride” is our community pride.

The Lockwood Thompson Dialogues Presents
An Exhibit of Photographs by Penny De Los Santos: Food Travels

Fine Arts & Special Collections Department
Main Library – Main Building, Third Floor

March - June, 2012

Penny De Los Santos began photographing as a way to understand her own diverse cultural
background and identity. Her recent evolution into food photography has allowed her to
explore and celebrate culture, history and community through the camera lens. The exhibit will
feature her Food Travels series. She is an award-winning internationally published
photographer whose work has appeared in Saveur Magazine and National Geographic.

Travel Back in Time with the George Ketteringham Photograph Collection
Main Library, Main Building Lobby
Now through May 30, 2012

 A selection of George Ketteringham’s iconic images of Cleveland from the early 1900s is
currently on view. Travel back in time to see the fashions of the day and to compare well-
known Cleveland locations then and now. A graduate of old West High School, George
Ketteringham (1876-1954) was an expert at making and repairing the surveying equipment
required for the precise planning and positioning of Cleveland-area construction projects. It was
through his travels to construction sites throughout the city that George Ketteringham
developed an interest in the buildings and locations that would become the focus of his
photography. Viewing his subjects with the precise eye of the surveyor, Ketteringham captured
images of amazing clarity, strong composition, and atmosphere. The images in the exhibit are
drawn from the larger George Ketteringham Collection that is available for viewing through the
Cleveland Public Library Digital Gallery.

Cleveland Institute of Art
11141 East Blvd. Cleveland, OH 44106
Reinberger Gallery
Gallery Hours: Mon-Sat 10:00-6:00; Sunday 1:00-6:00

DAVE COLE: The Music Box

March 30th - May 19th, 2012

Dave Cole, an artist from Providence, Rhode Island and graduate of Brown University, and Ken
Taylor, president of Ohio CAT, share the same sandbox fascination in large road construction
equipment. Add Reinberger Galleries director Bruce Checefsky, and the results are a smooth
drum vibrator soil compactor, Model CS-553, converted into an actual musical box complete
with oversized tuning pins playing the Star Spangled Banner. Cole's "Music Box" is both
performance and sculpture. CIA commissioned the unique work from this multi-talented artist
of Americana treasures; how they get the massive equipment through the doors of the gallery
is worth the trip to University Circle alone.


March 30th - May 19th, 2012
Barbara Stanczak's sculpture and wall reliefs take on the feel of the natural elements from
which they are made - Italian Translucent Alabaster, Butternut wood, gold leaf and copper, to
name a few. The skill involved is impressive with steadfast impact on the visceral and cerebral.
Even her most ingenious permutations of shapes blur the line between abstract and figural,
reminding us that ocular experiences can be physical too. With meticulous attention to detail,
Stanczak's formal abstraction captures complexities and contradictions in eye and hand,
smoothing the surface of rough stone, for example, to reveal its fluid origins.

MOCA Cleveland
8501 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland, OH 44106
Saturday, March 31, 2012
  07:30pm - 11:59pm
  8501 Closing Concert and Art Performance

Help MOCA bid farewell to 8501 Carnegie Avenue with two simultaneous performances that
explore the concepts of fortitude, ritual, and harmony. In our galleries, Cleveland Institute of
Music alumni will perform Morton Feldman's hypnotic four-hour composition, For Philip
Guston. Simultaneously, 8501 to 11400 exhibition artist Ben Kinsley will stage a public art
performance that connects our current and future locations through a dynamic exchange of

Ursula von Rydingsvard : Sculpture
On view September 23rd, 2011 through March 31st, 2012

Marjorie Talalay, Peter B. Lewis, and Dr. Gerald and Phyllis Seltzer Rotunda Galleries

Beachwood Community Center
25225 Fairmount Blvd. Beachwood, OH 44122
Diversity Fest Two-
A Celebration of Irish, Italian and Korean Communities

Presented by the Beachwood Arts Council

March 4 – March 25
Reception 1:
Sunday, March 4, 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Featuring: Peggy Zone Fisher (President & CEO, The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio), Sheila
Murphy Crawford, (Director of Murphy Irish Arts Center), and Irish Dancers from Murphy Irish
Arts Center

Cuyahoga Community College (East)
4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, Ohio
Gallery Hours: Monday to Thursday - 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Friday to Sunday – Closed

April 5 - May 1, 2012
40th Annual Juried Student Show
Opening Reception Thursday, April 5, 2012 6:00 to 8:30pm

Cuyahoga Community College (West)
11000 Pleasant Valley Rd., Parma, Ohio
Gallery Hours:
Monday - Thursday - 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.; Friday- 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Saturday- 8:30
a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; Sunday – Closed

March 5 - April 6, 2012
Preconceived Objects
Curated by Stephanie Craig

April 23 - June 15, 2012
Tri-C West Annual Juried Student Art Show

July 2 - August 3, 2012
Best From West
Curated by Stephanie Craig

ArtsCollinwood Gallery
E.156th and Waterloo, Cleveland
Thursday thru Saturday: 11am-11pm, Closed Sunday thru Wednesday

National Art Program
The National Art Program is a way for Cleveland residents of all ages to get an opportunity to
show their artwork. Click here to learn more about the competition and how you can register!
 Registration forms are due by March 19th at Arts Collinwood will host the final exhibit at the
Gallery on March 30th

Guitar Mania
Arts Collinwood Gallery is pleased to have been chosen to host the GuitarMania® 2012 designs
that have been submitted by nearly 200 artists. The designs will be viewed by sponsors at a
private gala opening. After that, the designs will be on view for the public from Friday, January
13 through Friday, February 3rd on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11am-11pm and by
appointment. Come and check ‘em out!

Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College
2550 Lander Road, Pepper Pike

H.E.L.P. Malawi Collaboration
Featuring the works of Malawi children and photos taken during Ursuline College’s sewing trip
to Malawi
Dates of exhibit: Friday, February 3rd to Friday, March 30th, 2012

Culminating Exhibit
Featuring the art of Ursuline College’s Art Department and graduating BFA students
Dates of Exhibit: Friday, April 13th to Sunday, May 20th, 2012
Opening Reception: Friday, April 13th, 5 to 7 PM

The First Earth Show - Part Three
Invitational exhibit featuring art of Martin Katon, Paul Newsome and Debra Sue Solecki
Dates of exhibit: Friday, June 8th to Friday, July 27th, 2012
Opening Reception: Friday, June 8th, 5 to 7 PM

The Sculpture Center
1834 East 123 St, Cleveland
Gallery Hours: Wed - Fri: 10am - 4pm; Saturday: noon - 4pm; Or by appointment
March 9 – April 14, 2012
Cozette Phillips: in-between

Elizabeth Emery: promise, it'll only take a minute to stop

April 27 – May 26, 2012
Sarah Paul: Little Miss Cleveland & the Flaming Sunset

Lauren Herzak-Bauman: Passages

Sarah Ann Baker: a month ago a year from now
By invitation of Lauren Herzak-Bauman

Stirring the Waters | Between Two Bodies
Boston Sculptors Gallery in Cleveland
June 8 - July 14, 2012
Opening June 8, 5:30 to 8 PM
Artists talks starting at 6:15PM

Regional Co-Director Contact Information:
Cynthia Lowry

Mary Green

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