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The People's Art Show 

When: Fri., Oct. 14 2016
Calling all artists! It’s time once again for Cleveland’s most democratic art tradition, Cleveland State University’s People’s Art Show. Unjuried and uncensored, past exhibitions have been so controversial that the formerly annual event is now held once every two years – so provocative that it made the front page of the New York Times and led to Gallery Director Robert Thurmer being interviewed for the Howard Stern Show. Although the 22nd People’s Art Show won’t open to the public until Oct. 28, artists of all ages and experience levels are invited to drop off work from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and tomorrow. The show is free and open to anyone (from children and students to amateurs and professionals), but a $5 per entry donation is suggested. Each artist may submit up to 2 works in any size and any medium. For more information, contact the gallery or visit the website. (Usmani)


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