'Hidden in Plain Sight'; Tour of the Cleveland Institute of Art

We premiere the documentary, Hidden in Plain Sight, about discovering the world that's right in front of you. It follows Luke Frazier as he reflects on the Cleveland Cultural Gardens, the journey that led him there, and his discovery of its beauty, history and wonder.

For decades the Cleveland Institute of Art has held classes at different locations about a half-mile apart: at the Joseph McCullough Center on Euclid Avenue and the Gund Building on East Blvd, which also housed the Cinematheque and the Reinburger Gallery. The recent completion of a $75 million renovation of the McCullough Center means that for the first time since 1976 the college will be unified inside one building. We sent our ideastream cameras for a tour of the renovated Cleveland Institute of Art.

Guests: 

Luke Frazier, Filmmaker
Grafton J. Nunes, President, Cleveland Institute of Art

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