Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Dee Perry welcomes some of this year's Cleveland Arts Prize winners. Jill Snyder discusses her vision for the future of MOCA. Pat Carney talks about how he went from a kid living in Akron to a member of one of rock's most popular bands. And Peggy Spaeth shares the story of Heights Arts.
Arts and Culture, Music
Jill Snyder, Director of MOCA
Pat Carney, Drummer for The Black Keys
Peggy Spaeth, Executive Director of Heights Arts
MOCA‘s newest exhibit- Realization is Better Than Anticipation opens on June 28th.
The Black Keys are currently on their summer tour.
Heights Arts is presenting several exhibitions all over Cleveland this summer.
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