The Journey: A Juried Exhibition of 15 Artists with Disabilities
September 3 – November 30, 2015
Cleveland Clinic Art Exhibition Area – between Q and G buildings
The Journey is the thirteenth exhibition in VSA’s annual Emerging Young Artists Program, an initiative aimed at discovering young artists with disabilities on the cusp of their careers. The Office of VSA and Accessibility, a Jean Kennedy Smith Arts and Disability Program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, works together with Volkswagen Group of America each year to produce professional development opportunities and a travelling exhibition, creating a place in which each artist’s individual talent, mode of expression, and view of the world is showcased and valued.
This year’s program theme asked artists to submit work that illuminates innovative viewpoints at the junction of sustainability, creativity, and disability through considering a journey—internal and external, personal and communal, human and technological.
This travelling exhibition is being presented nationally and at Cleveland Clinic in order to position and give visibility to the work of artists with disabilities throughout the United States and around the world.
- View our Exhibitions Page to learn more about art exhibitions at Cleveland Clinic.
Medical Mutual Performing Arts Series
A regular series of performances that provide audiences the opportunity to engage noteworthy artists and groups. This series was made possible through the generous support of Medical Mutual.
Art Ambassador Program
Guided tours of Cleveland Clinic Art Collection: the Art Program offers guided, 45-minute tours of Cleveland Clinic's contemporary art collection, including information on the artists and their works. Tours are available for patients, guests and employees. Tours of three different collections housed in the Sydell & Arnold Miller Family Pavilion are available. The tours start at the Miller Lobby Information desk at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. every Wednesday and Saturday. No reservation is necessary.
Art in the Afternoon
Guided art tours for individuals with memory loss and their care partners. Hosted on scheduled Sundays from 2 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. and by appointment, these free tours provide a forum for conversation inspired by Cleveland Clinic's Art Collection. Art in the Afternoon tours are designed to lift the spirits, engage the mind, and provide an enjoyable social experience for those with memory loss, dementia, and Alzheimer's Disease. Pre-registration is required. FREE Valet Parking. Refreshments after the tour.
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Arts Videos On-Demand
Enjoy the arts on Cleveland Clinic Patient Televisions.
The Arts and Medicine Institute is pleased to present a series of videos produced by Cleveland Arts Prize. Selections can be accessed through the On-Demand system by dialing 51616, and using catalogue numbers 667-698. These lively and interesting short documentary films highlight the life and work of visual artists, musicians, writers, architects and others who have been awarded a Cleveland Arts Prize.