SELF EXPRESSION(ism):

a Cleveland conversation about the process, paintings and power of Rothko and Abstract Expressionism

March 14 @ 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Tregoning & Company Gallery
1300 W. 78th St. #3
Cleveland, OH, 44102

Mark Rothko said, “I think of my pictures as dramas.” In that spirit, Cleveland Play House and Tregoning & Co. present a special roundtable conversation on the personal—and personality—in art, inspired by CPH’s production of the Tony Award-winning play Red. Join an exciting group of Cleveland artists and experts for a free and wide-ranging conversation on personal process, ‘spontaneity’ and inspiration, and the particular goals and power of an artist’s style—both Expressionism (Abstract or otherwise) and beyond.

Featuring:
Chris Pekoc and Matthew Dibble, visual artists
Ellen Landau, Scholar and CWRU professor
Michael Bloom, CPH Artistic Director
Bill Tregoning, Tregoning & Co. gallery

Wednesday, March 14th
7:30-8:30, with reception to follow
Tregoning & Co. – 1300 W. 78th St., #3

FREE — seating is limited

Please RSVP to Corey Atkins at catkins@clevelandplayhouse.com or 216.400.7011

After the discussion, enjoy work by James Johnson, Cleveland’s earliest Abstract Expressionist; and the exhibit PENELOPE'S HUNGRY EYES | Portraits of Famous Photographers by ABE FRAJNDLICH

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