Tri-C Gallery East Explores Art of Pandemic Survival
Exhibit open Feb. 24 through March 25
Using art to explore concepts of healing and inspiration during the COVID-19 pandemic is the focus of an exhibition on view Feb. 24–March 25 at the Eastern Campus of Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®).
The 21st annual Art and Healing Exhibition is presented by Tri-C's Creative Arts and Art Therapy departments and Ursuline College's Counseling and Art Therapy department. This year's exhibit is titled "Emerging Transformed: Images and Stories of Surviving the Pandemic."
The free exhibition — which features artwork across a variety of mediums — will be on view at Gallery East. An opening reception will take place at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 24, and includes interactive projects, research displays, a silent auction and on-site vendors. Gallery hours are 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
In April, the College will host an arts and healing workshop led by Barbara Trauger-Querry. The cost to attend is $45, and professionals can earn four continuing education credits for participating. Complete the form at myglobalarts.com/art to preregister.
For more information on the exhibition or workshop, contact Tri-C Art Therapy coordinator Mary Sender at 216-987-2475 or Pat Janosko at 440-646-8139.
Eastern Campus is located at 4250 Richmond Road in Highland Hills. Gallery East is in room 135 of the Education Center, which is best accessed from Robert Bishop Drive off of Harvard Road.
The exhibition is co-sponsored by the Buckeye Art Therapy Association.
February 22, 2022
By Anthony Moujaes, 216-987-3068 or email@example.com