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tech·no·logic: Works from the Progressive Art Collection
June 25, 2019 - January 5, 2020
Julia and Larry Pollock Gallery
Cleveland Clinic main campus
Tech·no·logic is a collaborative project between Cleveland Clinic’s Art Program and Progressive Corporation’s Art Department. The artworks on display were chosen from Progressive’s collection by Cleveland Clinic curators, putting these contemporary collections in conversation for the first time. This exhibition uses technology as a point of departure, arriving at different conclusions and questions about the ways in which it has become a ubiquitous, integrated part of life in the 21st century.
Performing Arts Program
A regular series of performances that provide audiences the opportunity to engage local artists, students and groups. This program is made possible through the generous support of many individuals, foundations, and companies.
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 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. most Wednesday and some Saturdays. No reservation is necessary.
Art in the Afternoon
Guided art tours for individuals with memory loss and their care partners. Hosted by appointment for small groups at Main Campus or for larger groups at Lyndhurst Campus, 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.
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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.