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What's Up Cleveland?: Julie Friedman   05.06.15

There is a LOT going on in Cleveland right now, especially in our ever-expanding art scene. At the forefront of this cultural revitalization are Cleveland's artists. SPACES supports the creation of new work by Cleveland artists by helping them realize projects that may not otherwise have a venue in this city or elsewhere. Even with 13 major projects and 30 events each year, we can't work with every Cleveland-based artist who piques our interest--that's why we're introducing the new video series, What's Up Cleveland?

What's Up Cleveland? takes viewers into the core of the creative process by filming conversations with Cleveland-area artists as they make their work. These videos provide viewers the opportunity to learn more about artists they may already love, or find out about an artist's work that they haven't seen yet.

Our first filmed studio visit was with Julie Friedman, who opened up her Medina studio to the SPACES crew. Julie spent the afternoon talking to us about her techniques for turning tyvek into complex landscapes.



Author: Christina Vassallo, Executive Director
Category: What's Up Cleveland?

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