about

What is the potential for art to foster change in our social and urban environment? Bellwether is an open-ended series of discussions and events that aim to both explore this question and attempt to answer it. Each episode looks different and takes place in a different part of the city, but shares the common goal of discovering the possibilities and limitations of art as a transformative tool in Cleveland’s post-industrial context.

 

Bellwether is a project of the Contemporary Art Society of the Cleveland Museum of Art, organized by Heather Cook, Lisa Kurzner, Beau Rutland, Reto Thüring and John Williams.

 

For information on joining the Contemporary Art Society, contact engagement specialist Allison Tillinger - atillinger@clevelandart.org

 

Corine Vermeulen, Skyline with Renaissance Center, 2007

Corine Vermeulen,
Skyline with Renaissance Center, 2007