If you really want the horses to be lifelike, have them poop on the stage, and fling it into the crows as a souvenir!
Hallucinations, huh? Easier than pumping a hallucinogenic gas into the vents while people are inside.
Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
LOL, you would think that, wouldn't you. Fortunately, this play manages to take all those interesting things, and turn them into a boring affair that you want to punch yourself unconscious to escape from.
You'd think that a play would be absolutely riveting if it included two ship wrecks, incest, death, an innocent young woman sold into slavery in a brothel, and a final wondrous reuniting of a family--
Great summary of whats out there for everyone to see. Thanks for the info!
I like that they have discussions with the artists beforehand. That's pretty cool.
Half man, all amazing. lol, nice.
Yeah, I don't want to be anywhere near this freaking thing.
Sounds like a very interesting display
Well, I hope they can survive long term. I know this is from summer of last year, so I'll have to google them and see whats going on still.
Absolutely. The art scene in Cleveland is actually very, very solid.
When we were capturing these Texans, did we have to chase them down on horseback and then lasso them? LOL, I crack myself up.
Sounds like they did a great job with it
Woo hoo, shout out for Ohio!
Fusing images onto aluminum? Now that sounds pretty cool.
"4U. Students and faculty fromThe University of Akron, Kent State University, Cleveland Institute of Art, and Cleveland State University display how one media—printmaking—can contain an infinity of expressions."
Took a fair amount of printmaking at Kent I gotta say it's both rewardiing and uber creative!!!
Animal and human elements together? Am I watching Curiosities on Discovery??
It is a non traditional art form...Thats for sure...
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