Date: August 22, 2013
Contact: Julie Eifel or Isabel Klein
The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve and The Monarch Center for Autism Present Art Interprets Autism.
The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) and The Monarch Center for Autism announces an exciting upcoming new exhibition, Art Interprets Autism, which will be on display at the AAWR gallery from August 30 through September, 28 2013. The public is invited to attend the free art exhibition as well as the opening reception which will be on Friday, August 30 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Art Interprets Autism is an opportunity for AAWR’s Archived Artists and students of The Monarch Center for Autism to showcase their collaborative work to the public in AAWR’s premier gallery space. A symposium on Autism and art will be held on September 25, 3013. Pleases visit our website for further details. www.artistsarchives.org.
AAWR is a unique archival facility created to preserve representative bodies of work created by Ohio visual artists. A “living archive”, the AAWR has frequent exhibitions at its modern facility in University Circle. The Artists Archives serves as this region’s repository for artists looking for a place to preserve their work while making their work accessible to the public.
The Monarch Center for Autism provides a comprehensive living and learning environment for children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is located at 1834 E 123rd Street in University Circle, right off Euclid Avenue and across from Lake View Cemetery. Free parking is available in the lot in front of the building and all along E 123rd Street. For further information, call 216-721-9020.
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