Tuesday, May 18, 2010

MOCA Cleveland produces excellent documentary video on iona rozeal brown exhibition

Last month I reviewed MOCA Cleveland's exhibition, iona rozeal brown : all falls down after touring the show with the curator Megan Lykins Reich. MOCA recently released a documentary video about the unique project with area high school students that complemented the installation of iona rozeal brown's mature works.

Even if you missed the exhibition at MOCA, this video is definitely worth fifteen minutes of your time. It is a great example of how a thoughtfully designed collaborative partnership can inspire hopeful youth and established practitioners, creating an educational experience for both.

iona rozeal brown @ MOCA Cleveland (documentary) from Moca Cleveland on Vimeo.


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