Ohio Memory has published a new post, “"An Expression of Cleveland's Genius"”
One hundred years ago, the first director of the newly-created Cleveland Museum of Art conceived of an idea that would become an important element in that city’s art scene for most of the coming century. In his January 1914 report to the museum’s Board of Trustees, Frederic Allen Whiting proposed creating what he described as “an annual exhibition of Ohio born or trained artists, to be managed by a Jury and hanging committee chosen by the exhibiting artists.” Five years later, this idea […]
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