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Whimsical new design exhibit opens Thursday at CSPS

Opening Reception: The Illuminated Paintings of the Lost Clerihews of Paul Ingram CSPS Legion Arts — Thursday, Nov. 3 at 5 p.m. Chicago artist Julia Anderson-Miller’s charming ink, pencil, watercolor and acrylic designs first appeared as illustrations in the 2014 Ice Cube Press publication The Lost Clerihews of Paul Ingram, a collection of the witty […]

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Free summer admission at Cedar Rapids Museum of Art

The Cedar Rapids Museum of Art (CRMA) is excited to treat the community to another summer of free admission until Sept. 6. The CRMA houses the world’s largest collection of regionalist master Grant Wood’s work and is located smack-dab in the thick of downtown Cedar Rapids (410 Third Avenue SE). What’s on exhibit? There are […]

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Rock and roll (and art and writing) in the CSSR

A new exhibit in Cedar Rapids explores the music, art and writing of a resistance movement forced underground by a totalitarian state. “Samizdat: The Czech Art of Resistance, 1968 to 1989,” is comprised of clandestine materials including photos, films, cassette tapes, books and manuscripts from communist-era Czechoslovakia (ČSSR). The show opened last weekend at the […]

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CSPS exhibit showcases Iowa artist Angela Waseskuk

Angela Wasekuk

CSPS Legion Arts is hosting Cedar Falls artist Angela Waseskuk’s solo exhibition ‘A Day Makes …’, which will run through Sept. 27. Waseskuk received her MFA in sculpture and dimensional studies from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Her work explores how we approach the repetitive tasks of everyday life. In this installation domesticity plays a large role. […]

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