We all know that you're supposed to give coal to those who have been naughty. Just in time for Christmas, Hanukkah, or any other winter gift-giving opportunity, Lauren Davies has made Guaranteed Imitation Moon Rocks for The People's Museum of Revisionist Natural Itstory Gift Shop. These real fake moon rocks are a souvenir from Lauren's display within the PMRNI, The Hall of Faux Moon Rocks.
Each moon rock comes in a box with its own authentication label from Lunar Labs, Inc. At just $9.99 each, these imitation moon rocks are cheaper than 55.99 kilowatt-hours of real coal.
For this edition of What Up Cleveland? we interviewed Lauren Herzak-Bauman, a functional and sculptural ceramic artist, at her studio in the Screw Factory on Cleveland's Westside. She discusses loss and decay as a source of inspiration for her work. Pulling from personal experiences, she focuses on the moment between life and death using light as an integral part in her installations as it simultaneously "has a presence and an absence."
Lauren's versatility in ceramics has allowed her to be a designer, potter, and installation artist using each medium to create a unique experience for the viewer.
Inspired by Julia Christensen's Waiting for a Break, composer Peter V. Swendsen presents an evening of electroacoustic sound with its own origins in ice and water. Christensen and Swendsen are longtime friends and colleagues who... More...
Noa Even and Anne La Berge team up for a program of new multimedia solo works for flute and saxophone followed by a set of improvisation.
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Admission: $10 (FREE for SPACES Season Pass holders and children age 17 and under).
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During the 8th annual Monster Drawing Rally, SPACES will turn artists' private studio practices into public performance.... More...