Presented here is a tour of nine sculptures on the campus of Cleveland State University. The tour begins on the SE corner of Prospect and East 18th Street, then proceeds north to two works around the Monte Ahuja College of Business, then to the Cleveland Marshall College of Law, then east along the north side of Euclid Avenue, ending at the College of Education's Julka Hall.
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This is a tour of works by David E. Davis. It begins in downtown Cleveland and proceeds counter-clockwise down to Kent State University and back up the east side of greater Cleveland, ending at the Davis studio complex on University Circle, which is home to The Sculpture Center, as well.
This tour begins in Madison, at the far eastern edge of Lake County, then proceeds westward, passing through Painesville, the county seat, then Willoughby and winding up in Wickliffe, near Cuyahoga County.
The Downtown Cleveland Tour starts and ends at Public Square. To proceeds counter-clockwise from the Soldiers & Sailors monument, north and east, then across the lakefront, down into the Flats, back up to Progressive Field and back via East Ninth Street. Or of course you could go clockwise, if you wish.
A tour of public sculpture in Cleveland Heights. Beginning at the City Hall, the route proceeds counter-clockwise around to Coventry and Fairmount and then north up Lee to the main library and Cedar-Lee district. Nothing yet has been identified north or east of Severance.
Tour begins in the Larchmere District, then proceeds south along Van Aken to the Lee/Chagrin area, then north up Lee and finally out Shaker to Warrenville Center Road, at the Bertram Woods Branch Library.
A tour of the heights east of Shaker Hts. and Cleveland Hts..
A tour of public art in the Cuyaghoga River valley, "the Flats," and the bridges crossing overhead.
The Tour of Putnam Collection Sculptures around the CWRU campus, organized by and given through the Sculpture Center. The tour starts at David Davis' "Start." and curves around Juniper Road, down by the Law School, across Bellflower, towards KSL Oval, and then across Adelbert up towards Veale Athletic Center. Along the way the tour describes pieces by artists such as Keith Haring, William McVey, and Tony Smith. The Tour will be given two times: once on September 17th at 5pm…
War-related memorials have been a common phenomenon globally for centuries with some of the earliest forms celebrating the glory of war itself and the powerful participants. America’s modernization of war monuments can be dated to directly after the Civil War. The war created a civic need to mend the seams of a splitting nation, and the memorials functioned as a possible means to create an understanding between the two sides by emphasizing the importance of the citizen soldier, focusing on the…
Throughout history there has been an erasure of African Americans and other minorities from the arts. African-Americans have been left out of the history of the arts, for they were not seen as important enough to the progression of art. Western art history does mention African American painter Jacob Lawrence and the Harlem Renaissance, however there is hardly any other mention of African Americans in art history. In the 1970s, African American artist Kerry James Marshall was struck by the lack…