Panel Discussion: Fertile Ground

Fertile Ground:

Cleveland Art 1929-1943

Moderated by Dee Perry

Wednesday, October 5  – 7pm

$12/$10 Museum Members

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In the midst of the depression, the 1930s and early ‘40s was an especially fruitful period in the history of Cleveland art. Join artist and historian Alfred L. Bright, gallery owner, William Busta and art historian Sabine Kretzschmar  for a lively discussion of how the supportive atmosphere of the Karamu House’ artist workshop coupled with WPA art projects involving black, white and female artists, provided fertile ground for a burgeoning art scene.  Moderated by Dee Perry, host of WCPN/90.3’s Around Noon and WVIZ/PBS’ Applause.