This is a past event.

A Panel Discussion 

When: Sat., April 15 2017
The talent of Northeast Ohio’s artist book community has been showcased at events such as Mimeo Revolution and Bound at MOCA Cleveland and Cozy Up!’s annual zine shows at Canopy. Currently, Waterloo Arts hosts an exhibition of artist books created from recycled materials by artists in Cleveland and Cuba. The exhibition is organized by Ediciones Vigia editor Laura Ruiz Montes, who is in Cleveland as part of the Cleveland Foundation’s Creative Fusion international artist residency program. Hosted by CAN Journal this spring, Montes will spend his residency interviewing Latino artists in Cleveland, and her writings will appear bilingually on CAN’s blog and in future issues. From San Juan to the Cuyahoga: Artist Books from Ediciones Vigia (Cuba) remains on view through May 19. In conjunction with the exhibition, Waterloo Arts hosts a panel discussion with Montes, Cleveland collaborator Damaris Punales Alpizar, CAN Journal editor, publisher and executive director Michael Gill, and others from Cleveland’s small press literary and artist book publishing community. The panel discussion takes place at 3 p.m. today. Admission is free. (Usmani)


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