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1 ANNUAL REPORT 2002 THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART ANNUAL REPORT Cover.p65 1 6/10/2003, 4:08 PM

2 THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART ANNUAL REPORT Welcome-A.p65 1 6/10/2003, 4:16 PM

3 Feathered Panel. Peru, Far South Coast, Pampa Ocoña; AD ; Papagayo macaw feathers knotted onto string and stitched to cotton plainweave cloth, camelid fiber plain-weave upper tape; 81.3 x cm; Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund Front cover and frontispiece: As the sun went down, the lights came up: on September 11, the facade was illuminated with colored lights to remember the terrorist attacks in Back cover: Early Learning Initiative program preschool children on their way to classrooms to create a work of art inspired by American masterpieces The Cleveland Museum of Art East Boulevard Cleveland, Ohio Copyright 2003 The Cleveland Museum of Art All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced in any form whatsoever without the prior written permission of the Cleveland Museum of Art. The Annual Report was produced by the Publications Department of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Narrative: Gregory M. Donley Editing: Barbara J. Bradley and Kathleen Mills Design: Thomas H. Barnard III Production: Charles Szabla Printing: Great Lakes Lithograph The type is Adobe Palatino and Bitstream Futura adapted for this publication. Composed with Adobe PC PageMaker 6.5. Photography credits: Works of art in the collection were photographed by museum photographers Howard Agriesti and Gary Kirchenbauer and are copyright by the Cleveland Museum of Art. The works of art themselves may also be protected by copyright in the United States of America or abroad and may not be reproduced in any form or medium without the permission of the copyright holders. The following photographers are acknowledged: Howard Agriesti: frontispiece, pp. 8 (left), 10, 11 (left), 29, 36 (right), 38, 42, 44, 73 (both), 80; David Brichford: pp. 7 (left, both), 9 (top), 11 (bottom), 34 (left), 39 (top), 61, 63, 64, 68, 79, 88 (left), 92; Rodney L. Brown: p. 82 (left) 2002; Philip Brutz: pp. 9 (left), 88 (top), 89 (all), 96; Gregory M. Donley: front cover, pp. 4, 6 (both), 7 (bottom), 8 (bottom), 13 (both), 31, 32, 34 (bottom), 36 (bottom), 41, 45 (top), 60, 62, 71, 77, 83 (left), 85 (right, center), 91; Alicia Hudson Garr: p. 85 (right, top); Diane Hansson: pp. 12, 78, back cover; Robert Mueller: p. 87; Randall Von Ryan: p. 45 (bottom); Deirdre Vodanoff: p. 84 (both); Kelly Williams: p. 82 (bottom); Shamar Young: p. 83 (top). 1-Welcome-A.p65 2 6/10/2003, 4:17 PM

4 4 Board of Trustees 5 Trustee Committees 6 Director 10 Chairman 11 President 15 Collections 33 Exhibitions 43 Community Support 78 Education, Public Programs, and Outreach 93 Staff 97 Financial Report 98 Treasurer 1-Welcome-A.p65 3 6/10/2003, 4:17 PM

5 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Officers Trustees Life Trustees Honorary Trustees James T. Bartlett, President Michael J. Horvitz, Chairman Ellen Stirn Mavec, Vice President William R. Robertson, Vice President James T. Bartlett Charles P. Bolton Ruth Swetland Eppig Robert W. Gillespie George Gund III Michael J. Horvitz George M. Humphrey II Quentin Alexander Mrs. Quentin Alexander Leigh Carter James H. Dempsey Jr. Mrs. Edward A. Kilroy Jr. Morton L. Mandel George Oliva Jr. Muriel S. Butkin Ellen Wade Chinn Jeannette Dempsey Joseph M. Erdelac Maxeen Flower Frances Gale Robert D. Gries Katharine Lee Reid, Director, CEO, and Secretary Janet G. Ashe, Treasurer Anne Hollis Ireland Adrienne L. Jones Robert M. Kaye Nancy F. Keithley Mrs. Alfred M. Rankin Edwin M. Roth Frances P. Taft Dr. Paul J. Vignos Jr. Mrs. John Hildt Hayward Kendall Kelley Jr. Sherman E. Lee Eleanor Bonnie McCoy Peter B. Lewis Alton W. Whitehouse Mary Schiller Myers Jon A. Lindseth Dr. Norman W. Zaworski Elizabeth Norweb William P. Madar Larry J. B. Robinson+ Ellen Stirn Mavec Viktor Schreckengost S. Sterling McMillan III Evan H. Turner Stephen E. Meyer Rev. Dr. Otis Moss Jr. Alfred M. Rankin Jr. James A. Ratner Donna S. Reid William R. Robertson Elliott L. Schlang Michael Sherwin Eugene R. Stevens Richard T. Watson Ex Officio Daniel F. Austin Betsey Bell Helen Cherry Katharine Lee Reid Visitors are enthralled by an exhibition of photographs given to the museum over the past 10 years. + deceased 4 1-Welcome-A.p65 4 6/10/2003, 4:17 PM

6 TRUSTEE COMMITTEES Accessions Elliott L. Schlang, Chair Quentin Alexander Mrs. Quentin Alexander Katherine Bolton Muriel S. Butkin Jean and Walter Caldwell Mrs. John Hildt Helen Forbes Fields Marguerite B. Humphrey Robert H. Jackson Mrs. Edward A. Kilroy Jr. Mary S. Myers Sharon Patton Mrs. Alfred M. Rankin Edwin M. Roth Mark Schwartz Eugene R. Stevens Frances P. Taft Dr. Paul J. Vignos Dr. Norman W. Zaworski James T. Bartlett, ex officio Michael J. Horvitz, ex officio Katharine Lee Reid, ex officio Advancement Donna S. Reid, Chair Robert W. Gillespie George Gund III Robert M. Kaye Jon A. Lindseth Rev. Dr. Otis Moss Jr. Elliott L. Schlang James T. Bartlett, ex officio Michael J. Horvitz, ex officio Katharine Lee Reid, ex officio African American Advisory Adrienne L. Jones, Chair Montrie Rucker Adams June S. Antoine Emma Benning Al Bright Margot James Copeland James Crosby Helen Forbes Fields Giesele Greene, M.D. Mrs. Bert Laurelle G. Holt Bracy Lewis Franklin Martin Reverend Marvin McMickle A. Grace Lee Mims Steven A. Minter Rev. Dr. Otis Moss Jr. Sharon Patton Greg Reese Lawrence Simpson Andrew Venable Building Oversight Michael J. Horvitz, Chair James T. Bartlett Alfred M. Rankin Jr. Donna S. Reid Elliott L. Schlang Katharine Lee Reid, ex officio Capital Campaign Planning Ellen Stirn Mavec, Chair James T. Bartlett Robert W. Gillespie Michael J. Horvitz Anne Hollis Ireland William P. Madar Alfred M. Rankin Jr. Donna S. Reid Katharine Lee Reid, ex officio Collections Elliott L. Schlang, Chair Charles P. Bolton George Gund III Robert M. Kaye Nancy F. Keithley Jon A. Lindseth Ellen Stirn Mavec Alfred M. Rankin Jr. Donna S. Reid Eugene R. Stevens James T. Bartlett, ex officio Michael J. Horvitz, ex officio Katharine Lee Reid, ex officio Compensation Education Adrienne L. Jones, Chair Virginia Barbato Jeannette Grasselli Brown Leigh Carter Sr. Maureen Doyle Ruth Swetland Eppig Debra Guren Mrs. Bert Laurelle G. Holt George M. Humphrey II Susan W. MacDonald James L. Mason Rev. Dr. Otis Moss Jr. Michael Sherwin Frances P. Taft Susan H. Turban Dr. Paul J. Vignos Jr. Susan H. Wertheim James T. Bartlett, ex officio Michael J. Horvitz, ex officio Katharine Lee Reid, ex officio Executive James T. Bartlett, Chair Anne Hollis Ireland Jon A. Lindseth William P. Madar Ellen Stirn Mavec Alfred M. Rankin Jr. Donna S. Reid William R. Robertson Michael J. Horvitz, ex officio Katharine Lee Reid, ex officio Finance William P. Madar, Chair James Karman Robert M. Kaye Nancy F. Keithley Jeffrey D. Kelly Jon Outcalt Donna S. Reid William R. Robertson James T. Bartlett, ex officio Michael J. Horvitz, ex officio Katharine Lee Reid, ex officio Information Technology Bruce V. Mavec, Chair Jeffrey E. Christian Dr. Delos M. Cosgrove III Jennie S. Hwang Trevor Jones Joseph P. Keithley Andrew Rayburn James T. Bartlett, ex officio Michael J. Horvitz, ex officio Katharine Lee Reid, ex officio Investment Alfred M. Rankin Jr., Chair Anne Hollis Ireland Mrs. Edward A. Kilroy Jr. S. Sterling McMillan III James A. Ratner Robert S. Reitman William R. Robertson Legislative Affairs Jon A. Lindseth, Chair Charles P. Bolton George M. Humphrey II William P. Madar Ellen Stirn Mavec Rev. Dr. Otis Moss Jr. Donna S. Reid Elliott L. Schlang Katharine Lee Reid, ex officio Trustees William R. Robertson, Chair Robert W. Gillespie Adrienne L. Jones Jon A. Lindseth Ellen Stirn Mavec Michael Sherwin Richard T. Watson James T. Bartlett, ex officio Michael J. Horvitz, ex officio Katharine Lee Reid, ex officio James T. Bartlett, Chair Michael J. Horvitz William P. Madar Elliott L. Schlang Richard T. Watson James T. Bartlett, ex officio William R. Robertson Michael J. Horvitz, ex officio Katharine Lee Reid, ex officio 5 1-Welcome-A.p65 5 6/10/2003, 4:17 PM

7 DIRECTOR It s exhilarating and also humbling to be making the transition from this long period during which we gathered so much information and opinion from so many in our community, into this new phase of actually getting ready to break ground and start building. Katharine Lee Reid The museum s original marble building emerged from scaffolding in 2002, cleaned to a gorgeous soft white. At night the building glows. This first stage of the effort to renew and add to our facilities also included relandscaping the terraces and walkways around the museum and, in collaboration with the Fine Arts Garden Commission, restoring the fountain, walkways, and stairs of the city-owned lagoon and gardens a complex long known as Wade Park that was designed by the firm of the great l9thcentury landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. An evening ceremony in late May inaugurating the new exterior lighting scheme reminded us of the elegance of our most remarkable setting and how the generosity of our founders and today s donors has contributed to the high standards of this region s great cultural treasures. The restoration of the 1916 building and Fine Arts Garden is only one element in our vision for the future. The priorities identified in the strategic plan of 1996 to clarify the gallery structure, to expand and improve spaces for the display, storage, and conservation of works of art, and to enhance public circulation areas both inside and outside the museum were used to create a facilities master plan in 1999, which identified the approximate Director Katharine Lee Reid and museum curators review expansion plan design proposals. 6 1-Welcome-A.p65 6 6/10/2003, 4:17 PM

8 The City of Cleveland s Spirit Weekend drew diverse crowds to cultural institutions all over town. amount of new space needed to meet our objectives and suggested efficient spatial adjacencies. In 2001, we took the next step with the appointment of Rafael Viñoly as the architect of a museum expansion project. He won the job because he was able to reconcile two motivations to preserve and restore cherished architecture while questioning and redefining essential functional arrangements in a coherent vision for the future with a renewed museum complex. In 2002, the architect s vision gained form and nuance as he and the museum worked together to gather opinions from many important communities: the public, art educators and students, University Circle neighbors, civic leaders, architects and planners, and museum members, staff, and trustees. A pivotal event in that process was the fourth in a yearlong series of free public forums, organized by Cleveland Public Art, in which Rafael Viñoly shared his concepts with about 1,000 attendees. That effort has paid off in significant and tangible ways. The plan clarifies the gallery structure while allowing visitors more freedom to define how they choose to experience the various parts of the Docent Gail Calfee leads a highlights tour. 7 1-Welcome-A.p65 7 6/10/2003, 4:17 PM

9 In September, the museum welcomed Dr. Charles L. Venable as deputy director for collections and programs. In his distinguished career at the Dallas Museum of Art, he was deputy director and chief curator as well as interim director. collection. A number of new interpretation galleries allow the presentation of special topics in a concise, in-depth manner. The gallery settings for all are improved and better connected. A grand new courtyard provides a much-needed central point of orientation as well as dramatic and gracious convening space. Outside the museum, the effect of the expansion on the surrounding neighborhood will be dramatic. The design treats the southern facade as a focal point, celebrating the iconic position that the view across the Fine Arts Lagoon has come to enjoy over the years. The museum will open itself to the west, facing the city of Cleveland with banks of windows looking out from the galleries and restaurant above the wooded hillside. The 1971 Marcel Breuer building, also preserved in the expansion plan, is alluded to by striped motifs in the materials of the new construction. The new construction makes ample use of glass, giving the structure a quality museum architecture has often lacked: openness. Visitors inside the museum will be able to see out, and passersby outside will be able to see in. This transcendence of barriers between inside and outside is symbolic of the strengthening bond between the museum and its community. The museum is not only a major civic asset to its neighborhood and to northern Ohio, it is also part of a broader arts and cultural community that brings more than a billion dollars into the regional economy each year and adds in Henry H. Hawley, the man most responsible for building the museum s remarkable collection of decorative arts and sculpture, retired in December after 42 years of stellar service. 8 1-Welcome-A.p65 8 6/10/2003, 4:17 PM

10 A Community Arts character struts its stuff at the 2002 Chalk Festival in September. Cleveland Mayor Jane L. Campbell (right) joined James T. Bartlett, Laurie D Angelo, and Susan Stevens Jaros (left to right) in the directors ensemble for Parade the Circle Celebration immeasurable ways to the quality of life in Cleveland. Regardless of economic status, race, national orgin, or age, the museum adds value to the lives of all. The museum has for decades played a leadership role in the community. In our new vision, the museum aspires to an even higher level, where the goal is not only to improve an already great museum, but to play a key role in forging a great future for this city. This annual report documents the museum s activity in a year during which we faced significant challenges even as we welcomed extraordinary opportunities. As always, the museum staff and its supporters responded with inspired efforts that have made it possible for us to keep our eye on the bright and colorful future before us. I invite all to join us as we work to make our vision for Cleveland the museum and the place the vibrant reality it deserves to be. Katharine Lee Reid Director 9 1-Welcome-A.p65 9 6/10/2003, 4:17 PM

11 CHAIRMAN The initial phase of the museum s renovation and expansion project was the three-year restoration of the 1916 building and the surrounding terraces. The first time the sun shone on the newly cleaned facade, the effect was dazzling. As the work progressed and the terraces were rebuilt with new marble stonework (over a comprehensive underground drainage system), that effect grew even more dramatic. Finally, the construction fence came down and everyone could once again enjoy this lovely space now fully accessible to the disabled. The many sculptures that had spent much of the past three years being cleaned and restored in the conservation labs were reinstalled in improved outdoor settings. The addition of a number of marble benches encourages those strolling through to pause for a bit and enjoy the idyllic environment. During the summer and fall, the final elements of a beautifully conceived landscaping plan were put in place, and the restoration was complete. The wonderful results of this undertaking have been extremely gratifying to everyone involved. We now move on to the next phase: preparing to build. While the grand vision of Rafael Viñoly s design is inspiring to us all, I wish to point out that not only the big things create success at this museum. The year 2002 was remarkable for the cumulative effect of many smaller things done by museum supporters and staff members. Even in difficult economic circumstances in our region and in the world, the museum finished the year with its budget slightly in the black. This was possible thanks to the conscientious effort of the entire staff to find ways to do more with less, and to the continued generosity of our supporters, who despite the financial uncertainty found ways to help guarantee the museum s continued strength. I believe this kind of collective commitment to the museum and its community will fuel our success tomorrow. Our deepest thanks go to all who have contributed in ways great and small to the life of this museum over the years. The legacy of this commitment will truly be a treasure for future generations to enjoy. Michael J. Horvitz Chairman 10 1-Welcome-A.p /10/2003, 4:17 PM

12 PRESIDENT Katharine and Michael in their remarks provide an overview of 2002 and comment on the exciting plans unfolding for the transformation of our physical space. I can add little to their observations other than to re-emphasize the quality and depth of the support we have received from so many quarters. Our trustees have unanimously endorsed each step of our building project from the selection of Rafael Viñoly right through the conceptual design phase, our current status. Katharine Reid and her excellent staff have provided vital insights and suggestions about such important matters as the positioning and sequencing of gallery space, the nature and location of visitor amenities, and so much more, all the while maintaining tight controls over operations. Rafael and his team have been resourceful and responsive to our needs, working tirelessly with our staff to get the details right, details that ultimately must be worked through correctly in order to translate a grand concept into physical reality. And last but not least, the community has responded wonderfully to our invitation to include everyone in an open process of designing Cleveland s new museum. This outpouring of support and solid professional input is critically important, as is the continuing support of our treasured donors and friends of the museum. We are embarked on nothing less than a complete transformation of one of the world s great art museums and one of Cleveland s most important civic and cultural assets. Without a broad base of support, it would be an extremely difficult if not impossible task. We are deeply committed to the success of this enterprise, for we believe the future Cleveland Museum of Art that Katharine describes so eloquently will have a lasting positive if not electrifying impact on the city s future. This is a project that must succeed in order to signal that Elizabeth Catlett: Prints and Sculpture proved to be a broadly engaging exhibition Welcome-A.p /10/2003, 4:17 PM

13 Kate Hoffmeyer elicits questions from preschool students enrolled in our Early Learning Initiative program. During this yearlong session, children visit the museum s galleries to view paintings and then create their own works of art. Cleveland s immense cultural heritage is being preserved, presented, and honored to the highest standards. Properly executed, we believe our plan for a new museum offers the prospect of leading this community into a new era of cultural expression and fulfillment that will have a profound effect on how this city is viewed by the world. Much hard work lies ahead. So far, we have generated excitement and support that is heartening and thrilling. As we go forward, we will be asking for still more support and commitment to ensure we have the resources to realize our goal. We are confident it will be there. James T. Bartlett President 12 1-Welcome-A.p /10/2003, 4:17 PM

14 Ideas from the Community Rafael Viñoly points out details of an architectural model to museum curators. Students participate in a focus group designed to gather ideas about the museum experience that can be incorporated into the expansion plan. The museum expansion project attempts to do two things at once: provide the best possible setting for works of art and contribute to the most engaging and comfortable environment for our visitors. The process of shaping these intertwined objectives has entailed speaking with many people who offer a wealth of different perspectives on the role of this museum. Rafael Viñoly discussed his thoughts about the museum expansion in public forums that were subsequently available in their entirety on the museum s Web site. The museum also helped arrange a number of small focus groups to gather ideas from the community. These groups were asked to participate so that the architects and museum planners could gain a deeper understanding of how different segments of the museum s audience view the museum and the expansion plan. Between January and July, formally convened focus groups included tourism industry representatives, University School students (first to fifth graders), staff members of University Circle Incorporated, students from the Cleveland School of the Arts, educators from the museum s Teacher Resource Center, students from the Museum Ambassadors youth program, the Board of Trustees African American Advisory Committee, representatives of Art House (a community arts facility in Cleveland s Archwood-Dennison neighborhood) and the Artists Advisory Council, and members of the Cleveland Restoration Society, which concerns itself with architectural preservation. The thoughtful commentary offered by these volunteers was invaluable in refining many aspects of the design. A strong theme was a desire for hands-on family-oriented programming that would allow visitors an active involvement in a creative process while helping them to better understand the materials and processes that have gone into creating the works on view. Considering the relationship between the museum and its immediate surroundings, the value of strengthening the museum s engagement with its residential and institutional neighborhood was noted by many. The ideals of openness to the community both visually and metaphorically were reinforced by the focus group participants, supporting the architect s plans to incorporate glass in carefully chosen portions of the outer walls so that people outside the museum can see inside, and strongly affirming the idea of the museum as a convening place for a broad community Welcome-A.p /10/2003, 4:17 PM

15 Grant Wood (American, ). January, 1940; oil on Masonite panel; 45.7 x 60.1 cm; Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund Collections.p /10/2003, 4:28 PM

16 Collections The museum acquired 193 objects in Each adds unique quality to the collection, but even among them a few stand out as extraordinary. Grant Wood completed fewer than 40 paintings in his mature style, and the opportunities to acquire them have been rare ever since the artist first came to prominence after the exhibition of his instantly iconic American Gothic. The museum has owned major prints by Wood, but not a painting until this year, when, miraculously, the great 1940 composition January became available. Not only is this a stunning work in its own right, and one of Wood s last completed works (he died in 1942), it also relates to a Grant Wood lithograph in the collection. Other major painting acquisitions included Oedipus at Colonus, the masterpiece of Fulchran-Jean Harriet, a leading figure at the time of the French Revolution whose career was stunted by his early death before the age of 30; Éva Meurier in a Green Dress, by the Symbolist Maurice Denis; and the Surrealist parody Le Déjeuner sur l Herbre by Max Ernst. The decorative arts and sculpture collections were enriched by a late 18th-century marble, Figure of a Young Girl by François-Nicolas Delaistre, and a striking Limoges vase designed by Georges de Feure in about A small, elegant 18th-century sword from Switzerland joined the arms and armor collection. Louise Bourgeois s 1984 white marble sculpture Blind Man s Buff adds a new dimension to the contemporary collection, and Martin Puyear s red cedar and pine sculpture Alien Huddle, , familiar to many because it was on loan to the museum for a number of years, was officially welcomed as an acquisition, thanks to the generosity of Agnes Gund and Daniel 15 2-Collections.p /10/2003, 4:28 PM

17 Max Ernst (German, ). Le Déjeuner sur l Herbre, 1944; oil on canvas; 68 x 150 cm; Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Fund Shapiro. This addition simultaneously enhances the contemporary sculpture collection and strengthens the museum s holdings of works by African-American artists. Another sculpture visitors will notice is Tony Smith s Source, from 1967, a large-scale sculpture of geometric forms now on view on the southeast lawn. The museum received the sculpture as a gift from the Metropolitan Bank & Trust in 2001 but postponed its installation until the 1916 building renovation was completed. Jacques-Louis David s 1813 sketch Cupid and Psyche provides an interesting foil for the large painting of the same title that has been a visitor favorite for decades. Jan van Goyen s drawing Landscape with a Wainwright Mending Wheels by a Village Road from 1651 enriches the collection of Dutch works on paper. And Richard Serra s Khora from 2000 does the same for the contemporary collection Collections.p /10/2003, 4:29 PM

18 Louise Bourgeois (American, b. France, 1911). Blind Man s Buff, 1984; white marble on wood base; 92.7 x 88.9 x 63.5 cm; Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Fund Collections.p /10/2003, 4:29 PM

19 Anonymous (German). Pietà, ; woodcut, colored by hand with watercolor; 38.7 x 28.8 cm; Severance Millikin Trust An impressive group of prints included an anonymous German handcolored woodcut Pietà from , now the earliest print in the collection. Also important are a gift from the Print Club of Cleveland, a double portrait lithograph by Johann Anton Ramboux, and an especially beautiful impression of Rembrandt s etching and drypoint The Blindness of Tobit. A wonderful array of photographs joined the collection, with a notable group coming in a single purchase: The Charles Isaacs and Carol Nigro Collection of American Photography is a spectacular group of early American photographs whose acquisition provides a stronger cornerstone for the American photography holdings than could ever have been built through individual acquisitions, bringing it onto a par with the museum s fine hold Collections.p /10/2003, 4:29 PM

20 Vessel with Deity Mask. Central Mexico, Olmec style; BC; darkware ceramic, traces of pigment; 17.9 x 16.5 x 15.3 cm; Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund Female Worshiper. Crete, Middle Minoan III Late Minoan I, c BC; bronze; h. 14 cm; Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund ings in early French and British photography. Twentieth-century photographs included works by Eugène Atget, Alfred Stieglitz, Gordon Parks, Carl Chiarenza, Jayne Hinds Bidaut, and Abelardo Morell. The collection of art of the ancient Americas was particularly enriched by the addition of Vessel with Deity Mask, an Olmec-style ceramic, from between 1200 and 900 BC. This haunting ceramic embodies the remarkable inventiveness of Mexico s first great art style. Several centuries earlier, across the Atlantic, a statue of a female worshiper was made in Crete. The small bronze is a fine and exceedingly rare example of the Middle Minoan III Late Minoan I production between about 1600 and 1500 BC, and makes a wonderful addition to the museum s notable holdings of small bronzes from antiquity. From Asia, notable additions included two 18th-century Indian miniatures, a 15th-century storage jar and a contemporary incense burner from Japan, and Mirror with Jade Disk Inset, made in China 2,000 to 2,500 years ago. Finally, the magnificent Feathered Panel, made in Peru between AD 600 and 900, joined the textiles collection. The conservation department, charged with preserving the works of art in the collection so that future generations may enjoy them, undertook a number of major projects in addition to its ongoing activity. The major focus in the paper conservation lab was on the research of past conservation treatment of the Cleveland impression of Pollaiuolo s Battle of the Nudes in conjunction with the related exhibition. The research helped the curator 19 2-Collections.p /10/2003, 4:29 PM

21 Fulchran-Jean Harriet (French, ). Oedipus at Colonus, 1798; oil on canvas; 157 x 134 cm; Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marlatt Fund Collections.p /10/2003, 4:29 PM

22 better understand the image and enlightened the conservation field with the nature of past treatments. The results of the research were placed on the museum s Web site the equivalent of 60 pages of text and 84 images, including magnifications of each. The department encountered unusual challenges in preparing for Into the Light, with its array of vintage (1960s 70s) film projection and video equipment and various experimental multimedia fabrications. Major paintings treatments included works by Gros, Titian, Girodet, and Rembrandt. During the year, the museum also loaned works from its collection to special exhibitions in about 50 other institutions in all corners of the globe, among them many of the world s major museums, from the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia and the Kyoto National Museum in Japan, to the Musée des Beaux Arts in Lyon, France and the Royal Academy of Arts in London, to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art is a resource that is renowned and in demand the world over. But it resides here in Cleveland, so that anyone can walk in, free of charge, and stand face-to-face with some of the greatest creative achievements of all time. Mirror with Jade Disk Inset. Late Warring States ( BC) to Early Western Han (206 BC AD 8) periods; bronze with nephrite and turquoise; diam cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Chinese Art (by exchange) Collections.p /10/2003, 4:29 PM

23 ACQUISITIONS Art of the Ancient Americas Vessel with Deity Mask. Central Mexico, Olmec style; BC; darkware ceramic, traces of pigment; 17.9 x 16.5 x 15.3 cm; Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund Double-Spouted Vessel. Peru, Wari style; ; ceramic, slip; h cm, diam cm; James Parmelee Fund Chinese Art Mirror with Jade Disk Inset. Late Warring States ( BC) to Early Western Han (206 BC AD 8) periods; bronze with nephrite and turquoise; diam cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Chinese Art (by exchange) François-Nicolas Delaistre (French, ). Figure of a Young Girl, ; marble; 170 x 85.4 x 49.5 cm; The Severance and Greta Millikin Purchase Fund Contemporary Art Louise Bourgeois (American, b. France, 1911). Blind Man s Buff, 1984; white marble on wood base; 92.7 x 88.9 x 63.5 cm; Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Fund Allan McCollum (American, b. 1944). More Visible Markers in Twelve Exciting Colors, 2000; painted Hydrocal; 12 sculptures, each 4.5 x 10.3 cm; Dorothea Wright Hamilton Fund Martin Puryear (American, b. 1941). Alien Huddle, ; red cedar and pine; x x cm; Gift of Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro Tony Smith (American, ). Source, 1967; painted steel; x x cm; Gift of the Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company Decorative Arts and Sculpture Box in the Form of a Book. France; about ; wooden box covered in leather with gilt metal enameled mounts; 8 x 58.5 x 47 cm; Gift of the Trideca Society in honor of Henry Hawley Chair. Designed by Jens Risom (American, b. Denmark, ) about 1942; modified by Knoll Associates Inc. about 1946; birch, cotton webbing; 78.7 x 44.5 x 50.8 cm; Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Loughrey Sauceboat. England, Chelsea; about ; porcelain; 10.2 x 16.2 x 10.8 cm; Gift of the Foster Family Vase. Designed by Georges de Feure (French, ); made by Gérard, Dufraissex, and Abbot, Limoges, about 1903; porcelain with color glazes and gilding; 25.1 x 14 x 10.9 cm; John L. Severance Fund François-Nicolas Delaistre (French, ). Figure of a Young Girl, ; marble; 170 x 85.4 x 49.5 cm; The Severance and Greta Millikin Purchase Fund Collections.p /10/2003, 4:30 PM

24 Richard Serra (American, b. 1939). Khora, 2000; melted paintstick; 78 x cm; Delia E. Holden Fund Drawings William Bailey (American, b. 1930). Untitled (Still Life), 2000; graphite; 33.8 x 48.2 cm; Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland Jacques-Louis David (French, ). Cupid and Psyche, 1813; gray wash and pen and black ink with white paint and traces of black chalk; 16.7 x 22.4 cm; Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund Till Freiwald (German, b. Peru, 1963). Untitled, 2001; watercolor over graphite; 76.8 x 54 cm; Gift of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery Untitled, 2001; watercolor over graphite; x cm; John L. Severance Fund Paul Gauguin (French, ). Mother and Child (recto), 1870s; black chalk; Profile Bust of a Man (verso); graphite; 26.8 x 20.4 cm; Gift of Charles Hickox a b Jan van Goyen (Dutch, ). Landscape with a Wainwright Mending Wheels by a Village Road, 1651; black chalk and brown wash; 17.4 x 27.6 cm; Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund Carl Grossberg (German, ). Berlin Power Plant under Construction, 1930; graphite, framing lines in graphite; 37.5 x 51.9 cm; Anne Elizabeth Wilson Fund Grace Hartigan (American, b. 1922). Untitled, 1959; oil with collage; 57.5 x 72.4 cm; John L. Severance Fund Friedrich Preller (German, ). Self- Portrait, 1838; graphite; 21.2 x 17.1 cm; Gift of the Helen Greene Perry Charitable Trust and John L. Severance Fund Ernest David Roth (American, b. Germany, ). Gift of Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt. Fécamp; graphite; 20.5 x 20.1 cm; Plaza de Ponce de Leon, Sevilla; black crayon; 26.6 x 36.5 cm; Rouen Courtyard; graphite; 24.3 x 24.3 cm; Sevilla, 1920; pen and black ink with pen and blue ink; 35.7 x 26.6 cm; Street in Siena; graphite; 32 x 21.3 cm; Charlotte Salomon (German, ). Dinner Party (recto), ; gouache; Dinner Party with Presumed Portrait Study of Paula Lindberg (verso), ; graphite; 29.3 x 19.9 cm; Richard W. Whitehill Art Purchase Endowment Fund a b Richard Serra (American, b. 1939). Khora, 2000; melted paintstick; 78 x cm; Delia E. Holden Fund Greek and Roman Art Female Worshiper. Crete, Middle Minoan III Late Minoan I, c BC; bronze; h. 14 cm; Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund Indian and Southeast Asian Art Raga Suramananda, from a Ragamala series. India, Bilaspur, about 1750; ink and color on paper; 23.8 x 19.1 cm; Gift of Dr. Norman Zaworski Rama and Sita Being Taken to the Priest to Fix the Wedding Date, from the Ramayana. India, Pahari Hills, Kulu, Shangri Style IV, c ; ink and color on paper; 18.5 x 28.7 cm; Norman O. Stone and Ella A. Stone Fund Rama and Sita Being Taken to the Priest to Fix the Wedding Date, from the Ramayana. India, Pahari Hills, Kulu, Shangri Style IV, c ; ink and color on paper; 18.5 x 28.7 cm; Norman O. Stone and Ella A. Stone Fund Collections.p /10/2003, 4:30 PM

25 Storage Jar: Tamba Ware. Japan, Muromachi period ( ), 1400s; stoneware with natural ash glaze; h. 45 cm, diam. 39 cm; The Severance and Greta Millikin Purchase Fund Georges Daniel de Monfreid (French ). Mater Dolorosa (The Virgin Mary Mourning), 1897; painted plaster, wood; 73.7 x 59.1 x 17.8 cm; John L. Severance Fund Japanese and Korean Art Storage Jar: Tamba Ware. Muromachi period ( ), 1400s; stoneware with natural ash glaze; h. 45 cm, diam. 39 cm, The Severance and Greta Millikin Purchase Fund Ken Matsuzaki (Japanese, b. 1950). Incense Burner; stoneware with applied and natural ash glaze; 20 (with lid) x 14.5 x 9 cm; Gift of Bernie and Sue Pucker in honor of Gerald P. Bonder a b Medieval Art Small Sword. Switzerland, Geneva(?) (blade: Germany, Solingen), around ; hilt: gold with translucent enamel, blade: blued and gilded steel; l. 97 cm; Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund Simon Bening (Flemish, ). Single Leaf with Scenes from the Last Supper, about ; tempera with liquid gold and silver on vellum; wooden board; 17 x 12.5 cm; Gift of Bruce Ferrini, Pamela Ferrini, associates, and friends in memory of Matthew Ferrini Paintings Georges Daniel de Monfreid (French ). Mater Dolorosa (The Virgin Mary Mourning), 1897; painted plaster, wood; 73.7 x 59.1 x 17.8 cm; John L. Severance Fund Maurice Denis (French, ). Éva Meurier in a Green Dress, 1891; oil on canvas; 55 x 38 cm; William H. Marlatt Fund Max Ernst (German, ). Le Déjeuner sur l Herbre, 1944; oil on canvas; 68 x 150 cm; Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Fund Anne-Louis Girodet de Roucy Trioson (French, ). Aurora and Cephalus, about 1810; oil on canvas; 22.8 x 16.8 cm; Gift of the Painting and Drawing Society of The Cleveland Museum of Art Fulchran-Jean Harriet (French, ). Oedipus at Colonus, 1798; oil on canvas; 157 x 134 cm; William H. Marlatt Fund Grant Wood (American, ). January, 1940; oil on Masonite panel; 45.7 x 60.1 cm; Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund Photography Eugène Atget (French, ). The Severance and Greta Millikin Purchase Fund. Nymphéa, , from Atget numbering series Landscape Documents #1196; albumen print, gold-toned; 22.2 x 17.6 cm; The Park at Sceaux (April 1925, 7 a.m.) (Parc de Sceaux [Avril 1925, 7 h. matin]), 1925, from Atget numbering series Sceaux #37; arrowroot print, gold-toned; 22.9 x 17.6 cm; William H. Bell (American, ). Looking South into the Grand Canyon, Colorado River, Sheavwitz, 1872; albumen print from wet collodion negative; 27.5 x 20.3 cm; John L. Severance Fund Jayne Hinds Bidaut (American, b. 1965). Oriental Goliath Beetle (Goliathus orientalis), 1998 (printed 2002); tintype; ed. 5/13; 25.5 x 20.3 cm; Gift of Jayne Hinds Bidaut and Ricco/ Maresca Gallery, NYC Keith Carter (American, b. 1948). Atlas Moth, 1990; gelatin silver print, toned; 3/50; 37.1 x 37.2 cm; Gift of William S. Lipscomb in memory of his father, James S. Lipscomb Carl Chiarenza (American, b. 1935). Noumenon 503/401, ; gelatin silver prints (diptych); 50.5 x 79.3 cm (overall); Gift of Alisa Luxenberg in honor of her parents, Herbert and Marianna Luxenberg a b Alvin Langdon Coburn (American, ). Grand Canyon, 1912; platinum print; 41 x 31.4 cm; John L. Severance Fund Thomas Eakins (American, ). Crowell Children at Avondale, ; platinum print; 9 x 11.2 cm; John L. Severance Fund Emmet Gowin (American, b. 1941). Edith, Newton, Pennsylvania, 1999; gelatin silver print; 12.9 x 12.8 cm; Gift of Friends of Photography William Henry Jackson (American, ). Mystic Lake, M.T., about 1870; albumen print from wet collodion negative; 23.3 x 50.7 cm; John L. Severance Fund Thomas H. Johnson (American, active 1860s 1870s). Inclined Plane F, Delaware and Hudson Canal Co., about 1860; albumen print from wet collodion negative; 30.5 x 38.5 cm; John L. Severance Fund John R. Johnston (American, ). Salted paper prints from wet collodion negatives; John L. Severance Fund. John R. Johnston with Painting; 20 x 14.8 cm; Mrs. John R. Johnston, before 1857; 18.8 x 15.1 cm; Judith K. McMillan (American, b. 1945). Optic Exploration: Poppy and Columbine (Papaver and Aquilegia), 1998 (printed 1999); gelatin silver print, toned, from x-ray film; 47.2 x 37.1 cm; Gift of Linda Butler Abelardo Morell (American, b. Cuba, 1948). Book with Wavy Pages, 2001; gelatin silver print, ed. 10/30; 61 x 50.8 cm; Judith K. and S. Sterling McMillan III Photography Purchase Fund Karen Ollis (American, b. 1958). Viktor Schreckengost, 2000 (printed 2002); color process print (Cibachrome); 50.8 x 40.6 cm; In memory of Janet Delaware Ollis Timothy H. O Sullivan (American, ). Albumen prints from wet collodion negatives; John L. Severance Fund. Iceberg Canyon, Colorado River Looking Above, about 1871; 20.2 x 24 2-Collections.p /10/2003, 4:30 PM

26 Albert Sands Southworth (American, ) and Josiah Johnson Hawes (American, ). Medallion Portrait of a Woman, about 1850; daguerreotype, wholeplate; 20 x 15 cm; John L. Severance Fund cm; Sand Dunes, Carson Desert, Nevada, 1867; 19.7 x 27 cm; Gordon Parks (American, b. 1912). Gelatin silver prints; Norman O. Stone and Ella A. Stone Fund by exchange. Untitled (Malcolm X), 1963; 21.8 x 32.5 cm; Untitled (Muhammad Ali with Children), about 1970; 22.9 x 33.7 cm; Young Gang Leader, Harlem, about 1948; 22.1 x 33.4 cm; William H. Rau (American, ). Hemlock Forest, Lehigh Valley Railroad, about 1895; albumen print from wet collodion negative; 43.2 x 51.8 cm; John L. Severance Fund Frederick DeBourg Richards (American, ). First Bank of the United States, Philadelphia, 1859; salted paper print from wet collodion negative; 20.4 x 15.5 cm; John L. Severance Fund H. N. Roberts (American). Francis Wayland Sherman at the Age of 2 Years 10 Months, 1862; albumen print from wet collodion negative; 18.6 x 13.3 cm; John L. Severance Fund Arthur Rothstein (American, ). Gelatin silver prints (printed 1981) from Arthur Rothstein portfolio; Gift of Alan and Monah L. Gettner. Dust Storm Cimarron County, Oklahoma, 1936; 22.8 x 22.6 cm; Gamblers, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1947; 23.2 x 22.5 cm; Hotel de Paris, Interior, Georgetown, Colorado, 1939; 30.5 x 22.5 cm; John Dudeck, Dalton, New York, 1937; 30.5 x 20.5 cm; Mississippi River Flood, St. Louis, Missouri, 1943; 23 x 30.5 cm; Shoeshine Man, New York City, 1937; 30.8 x 22.8 cm; Fazal Sheikh (American, b. 1965). Rohgul, Afghan Refugee Village, Nasirbagh, Northwestern Frontier Province, Pakistan, 1996; gelatin silver print (printed 1997); 27.5 x 21.2 cm; Gift of Friends of Photography Albert Sands Southworth (American, ) and Josiah Johnson Hawes (American, ). Medallion Portrait of a Woman, about 1850; daguerreotype, whole-plate; 20 x 15 cm; John L. Severance Fund Alfred Stieglitz (American, ). Poplars, Lake George, 1934; gelatin silver print; 24.2 x 19.1 cm; Bequest of Dorothy Norman Unidentified photographer (American). Artist with His Palette and Brushes, about 1850s; daguerreotype, sixth-plate; 8.3 x 7 cm; John L. Severance Fund Unidentified photographer (American). Child with Drum, 1850s; daguerreotype, quarterplate; 8.3 x 7 cm; John L. Severance Fund Unidentified photographer (American). Dead Child on a Sofa, about 1855; daguerreotype, quarter-plate; 6.3 x 8.7 cm; John L. Severance Fund Unidentified photographer (American). Mother and Child, about 1855; daguerreotype, sixthplate; 8.3 x 7 cm; John L. Severance Fund Unidentified photographer (American). The Music Teacher and His Wife, about 1850s; daguerreotype; quarter-plate; 10.8 x 8.3 cm; John L. Severance Fund Unidentified photographer (American). St. Anthony s Falls from across the River, about 1850s; daguerreotype, half-plate; 10.8 x 16.5 cm; John L. Severance Fund Unidentified photographer (American). Two Children with Toys, about 1855; daguerreotype, quarter-plate; 10.8 x 8.3 cm; John L. Severance Fund Céline van Balen (Dutch, b. 1965). Muazez, 1998; chromogenic process color print; 33.2 x 26.3 cm; Gift of Friends of Photography Carleton E. Watkins (American, ). The Domes, from the Sentinel Domes, Yosemite, about ; mammoth albumen print from wet collodion negative; 39.6 x 52.4 cm; John L. Severance Fund Charles Leander Weed (American, ). Yosemite Valley from Mariposa Trail, about 1865; mammoth albumen print from wet collodion negative; 39.7 x 51.7 cm; John L. Severance Fund Timothy H. O Sullivan (American, ). Sand Dunes, Carson Desert, Nevada, 1867; albumen print from wet collodion negative; 19.7 x 27 cm; John L. Severance Fund Collections.p /10/2003, 4:30 PM

27 Prints Anonymous (German, 15th century). Pietà, ; woodcut, colored by hand with watercolor; 38.7 x 28.8 cm; Severance Millikin Trust Clinton Adams (American, ). Color lithographs from Venus in Cíbola; 16 x 19 cm; Gift of Bob Stana in memory of Susan and Joseph Stana. Untitled (Venus in Cíbola I), 1968; Tamarind 2519; Untitled (Venus in Cíbola II), ; Tamarind 2521; Untitled (Venus in Cíbola III), 1969; Tamarind 2526; Untitled (Venus in Cíbola IV), 1968; Tamarind 2518; Untitled (Venus in Cíbola V), ; Tamarind 1731; Untitled (Venus in Cíbola VI), ; Tamarind 2516; Untitled (Venus in Cíbola VII), ; Tamarind 2520; Untitled (Venus in Cíbola VIII), 1967; Tamarind 1730; Untitled (Venus in Cíbola IX), 1968; Tamarind 2517; Untitled (Venus in Cíbola X), 1969; Tamarind 2522; Sybil Andrews (Canadian, b. England, ). Red Cedars, about 1975; color woodcut; 56 x 38.5 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings William Bailey (American, b. 1930). The Print Club of Cleveland Publication No. 80, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland. Untitled (Still Life), 2001; 27.7 x 37.7 cm; etching, aquatint, and softground etching; BAT, State proof 1, etching, State proof 7, etching, State proof 9, etching and aquatint, State proof 14, etching and aquatint, with pencil additions, State proof 15, etching and aquatint, State proof 28, etching and aquatint with blue pencil corrections, Leonard Baskin (American, ). Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre, 1998; woodcut; 27.5 x 18.5 cm; Gift of 21st: The Journal of Contemporary Photography Domenico Beccafumi (Italian, ). Saint Peter, about 1547; chiaroscuro woodcut printed in four shades of brown; 41.2 x 21.4 cm; Bartsch 14; Severance and Greta Millikin Purchase Fund Fred Becker (American, b. 1913). Brown Forest, 1965; color woodcut; 76.2 x 60.9 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings Norbertine Bresslern-Roth (American, b. Austria, ). Blue Throated Warbler; color woodcut; 12.9 x 12.4 cm; Gift of Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt Remigio Cantagallina (Italian, 1582/3 1656). Naval Combat Represented on the Arno River in Florence, for the Marriage of Cosimo di Medici Prince of Tuscany, and Maria Maddalena of Austria, in 1608 (after Jacopo Ligozzi), 1608; two etchings; John L. Severance Fund. Periclemene (Lobster); 17.4 x 27.1 cm; Bartsch 36; Evrito Echione E Etalide (Evrito, Echione, and Etalide), 19.7 x 26.9 cm; Bartsch 37; Elizabeth Catlett (Mexican, b. USA, 1919). Magic People, 2002; color linocut; 25.7 x 24.4 cm; Gift of the artist Ada Gilmore Chaffee (American, ). A Modern Pilgrim s Print Book: Sandpipers, 1935; linocut; 18.5 x 11 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings k Oliver Chaffee (American, ). A Modern Pilgrim s Print Book: 3 Central, 1935; linocut; 7.5 x 14.7 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings d Edgar Chahine (French, ). Gift of Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt. The Poor Ones (Les Pauvresses), 1902; etchings and drypoint; 11 x 22.1 cm; Tabanelli 83, state I/IV; State III/IV; Venice: The Gossips (Venise: Le Ciacolone [Les Bavardes]), 1922; drypoint and chine collé; 31.8 x 21.7 cm; Tabanelli 348, state III/III; Jacques-Louis David (French, ). Cupid and Psyche, 1813; gray wash and pen and black ink with white paint and traces of black chalk; 16.7 x 22.4 cm; Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund Collections.p /10/2003, 4:30 PM

28 Jean Baptiste Camille Corot (French, ). Willows and Poplars (Saules et peupliers blancs), 1871; lithograph with chine collé; 25.7 x 39.4 cm; Delteil 30, state II/II; Gift of Robert M. Light in honor of Louise S. Richards Robert Cottingham (American, b. 1935). Rolling Stock #42, 1993; color lithograph; 45.4 x 34 cm; Gift of Elizabeth Carroll Shearer in memory of Fred Schmidt Stuart Davis (American, ). Two Figures and El (Sixth Avenue El, No. 2), 1931; lithograph; 28 x 38.1 cm; Cole and Myers 17; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings Albert Christoph Dies (Austrian, ). St. Rocco Waterfall and Bridge at Tivoli (Cascata e Ponte di St. Rocco a Tivoli), 1795; etching in brown ink; 36.8 x 27.5 cm; Andresen 27; Gift of Susan Schulman in memory of Fred Schmidt Burgoyne Diller (American, ). Untitled, 1932; linocut; 15.1 x 20.2 cm; John L. Severance Fund Edwin Reeves Euler (American, b. 1896). A Modern Pilgrim s Print Book: Provincetown Studio, 1935; linocut; 12.7 x 10.2 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings j Paolo Farinati (Italian, ). The Magdalen; etching; 20.4 x 14.5 cm; Bartsch 2; John L. Severance Fund Paul Gachet (French, ). Six Etchings (Six Eaux-Fortes), 1895; Gift of Elizabeth Carroll Shearer in memory of Robert Lundie Shearer. Frontispiece; etching; 21 x 17.1 cm; Head of a Kitten (Tête de jeune chat); etching and drypoint; 13 x 10 cm; Notre Dame, Pontoise (Notre Dame de Pontoise); etching; 21 x 17 cm; Notre Dame Street, Pontoise (Rue Notre Dame, Pontoise); etching; 15.5 x 12.7 cm; The Thatched Bakery, Auvers (Les Chaumes de Four, Auvers); etching; 12 x 16.9 cm; Tréport (Le Tréport); etching, roulette, and drypoint; 8.7 x 15.6 cm; Vesnots, Auvers on the Oise (Les Vesnots, Auvers sur Oise); etching; 12 x 17 cm; William Giles (British, ). Swans and Cygnets, 1911; color woodcut; 30.9 x 38.7 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings John Grillo (American, b. 1917). Untitled Abstraction, 1955; woodcut; 26.6 x 17.7 cm; John L. Severance Fund Katsunori Hamanishi (Japanese, b. 1949). Division-Work No. 100, 2002; mezzotint with gold leaf; 59.7 x 45.1 cm (left); 59.6 x 44.7 cm (center); 59.7 x 45.1 cm (right); Gift of Gloria and Leon Plevin in memory of Fred Schmidt a c Yosuke Imai (Japanese, b. 1965). A Boat for the East Mebaru, Port, 2000; color etching, aquatint, and chine collé; 19.9 x 20 cm (plate 1); 8 x 8.1 cm (plate 2); William E. Ward Collection Fund Charles Kaeselau (American, b. Sweden, 1889). A Modern Pilgrim s Print Book: Wellfleet Oysterman, 1935; linocut; 13.2 x 9.5 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings c Daniel Kelly (American, b. 1947). Nene, 2002; woodcut, colored by hand with white paint; 77.5 x 94 cm; Gift of Gloria and Leon Plevin in memory of Fred Schmidt Otto Karl Knaths (American, ). A Modern Pilgrim s Print Book: Gathering Quahogs, 1935; linocut; 14.2 x 8.9 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings b Blanche Lazzell (American, ). Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings. Four Petunias, 1945; color monotype; 20.3 x 15 cm; A Modern Pilgrim s Print Book: My Studio, 1935; linocut; 13.7 x 10.1 cm; e Tod Lindenmuth (American, ). A Modern Pilgrim s Print Book: Fisherman, 1935; linocut; 13.7 x 9.7 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings a El Lissitzky (Eleazar Markovich Lissitzky) (Russian, ). For the Voice (Dlia golosa), 1923; book containing 61 pages with letterpress designs printed in red and black ink, cover printed in red and black ink on orange paper; 18.5 x 13 cm (pages), 18.7 x 13.4 cm (cover); Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings Charles Wheeler Locke (American, ). Tramp Steamer, 1939; lithograph; 23.6 x 31.2 cm; Gift of Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt Nat Lowell (American, b. Latvia, ). Untitled (New York) etching; 30.3 x 21.3 cm; Gift of Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt Reginald Marsh (American, b. France, ). Locos, 1948; engraving; 20 x 24.9 cm; Sasowsky 232, state II/II; Gift of Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt Hiroshi Maruyama (Japanese, b. 1953). Blue Shadow-Lattice, 2000; color woodcut; 40.6 x 50.6 cm (irregular); William E. Ward Collection Fund Robert McChesney (American, b. 1913). Untitled Abstraction S-2, 1951; color screenprint; 33.6 x 59 cm; John L. Severance Fund Mildred McMillen (American, 1884 about 1940). The Outskirts or The Fisherman s Quarter, 1919; woodcut; 35 x 41.8 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings John Hamilton Mortimer (British, ). Richard II, 1775; etching in brown ink; 39.9 x 32.4 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings Kyoko Murakami (Japanese, b. 1972). A-19 Door, 2000; color aquatint; 55.4 x 49.9 cm; Mr. and Mrs. William E. Ward Collection Fund Karl Ochman (undocumented). Times Square; etching; 27.3 x 19.6 cm; Gift of Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt José Clemente Orozco (Mexican, ). Leaders (Zapatistas), 1936; lithograph; 32.2 x 41.3 cm; Hopkins 29; John L. Severance Fund Gabor Peterdi (American, b. Hungary, ). Arctic Night IV, 1965; color etching; 61.2 x 90.7 cm; Gift of Janet and Donald Fribourg in memory of Arthur Fribourg Muana Loa, 1969; color etching and aquatint; x 80 cm; Gift of Janet and Donald Fribourg in memory of Marion Neumark Charles Adams Platt (American, ). Cape Ann Farm, 1890; drypoint; 22.7 x 30.7 cm; Rice 113; Gift of Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt Gloria Plevin (American, b. 1934). Meadow Overlook II, 2001; color monotype; 24.6 x 24.8 cm; Gift of Michael Verne Johann Anton Ramboux (German, ). Double Portrait of the Brothers Konrad and Franz Eberhard, Painter and Sculptor in Munich, 1822; lithograph printed in black and gray; 31.7 x 34.2 cm; Winkler 2; Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland V. B. Rann (American, ). A Modern Pilgrim s Print Book: Low Tide, 1935; linocut; 12.9 x 10.2 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings g Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, ). The Blindness of Tobit: The Large Plate, 1651; etching and drypoint; 15.8 x 12.9 cm; White and Boon 42, state I/II; Severance and Greta Millikin Fund Ernest David Roth (American, b. Germany, ). Etchings; Gift of Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt. Campo San Boldo, Venice, 1924; 23.7 x 26.8 cm; Whitmore 79; The Buttress, Ponte Vecchio, Florence, 1907; 22.9 x 20 cm; Whitmore 17; Doorway, Or San Michele, Florence, 1912; 30.2 x 20 cm; Whitmore 34; Pont Neuf Paris, 1914; 20.8 x 31.4 cm; Whitmore 58; Street in Assisi, 1935; 25.2 x 18.8 cm; not in Whitmore; Venice from the Redentore, 1913; 20.1 x 27.7 cm; Whitmore 45; Veterans, 1936; 30.2 x 25.1 cm; not in Whitmore; Jan Saenredam (Dutch, ). The Annunciation to the Shepherds (after Abraham Bloemaert), 1599; engraving; 55.1 x 39.6 cm; Hollstein 24, state I/IV, John L. Severance Fund Jean-Claude-Richard de Saint-Non (French, ). View of the Rotunda with Stairs on the Tiber (Vue de la Rotonde avec escaliers sur la Tibre) (after Hubert Robert), 1766; aquatint and etching printed in brown; 30.9 x 30.3 cm; not in Le Blanc; John L. Severance Fund Anthonis Sallaert (Belgian, about ). A Scene from Classical Mythology; monotype; 12.4 x 9.7 cm; not in Hollstein; John L. Severance Fund Shelby Shackelford (American, ). A Modern Pilgrim s Print Book: Winter, 1935; linocut; 10 x 15 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings i Phyllis Sloane (American, b. 1921). The Steinbergs, 1970; linocut; 31.7 x 36.8 cm; Gift of Phyllis Sloane in memory of Lillian and Henry Steinberg Harumi Sonoyama (Japanese, b. 1950). d encres m (Ink Cans m), 1979; color lithograph; 86.5 x 62.7 cm; Gift of the Cunningham family in memory of Peggy Cunningham Collections.p /10/2003, 4:30 PM

29 Johann Anton Ramboux (German, ). Double Portrait of the Brothers Konrad and Franz Eberhard, Painter and Sculptor in Munich, 1822; lithograph printed in black and gray; 31.7 x 34.2 cm; Winkler 2; Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland Rufino Tamayo (Mexican, ). Butterflies (Mariposa), 1974; embossed lithograph; 56.2 x 76 cm; Gift of William E. Ward in memory of his wife, Evelyn Svec Ward Rosemarie Trockel (German, b. 1952). White Carrot, Gift of members of the Print Club of Cleveland and other friends in memory of Fred Schmidt. Portfolio containing porcelain icicle, 52.4 x 6.5 cm; ; photograph; 23.8 x 17.7 cm; Ten photoetching, aquatint, and embossing: Sandstorm near Hoover Dam; 18.5 x 19.3 cm; thcentury Photograph Depicting March Wind; 20.2 x 18.4 cm; London Fog; 18.9 x 20.7 cm; Man with Lantern Guiding Bus in London Fog; 22.6 x 16.9 cm; Clouds above Landscape; 21.4 x 19.4 cm; Eclipse; 16.3 x 14.7 cm; Clouds; 17 x 17 cm; Clouds; 23.3 x 17 cm; Two Men in Snowstorm; 21.5 x 17.1 cm; Nighttime Sky with Moon through Clouds; 24.7 x 19.5 cm; Charles Turzak (American, ). Man with Drill, about 1935; woodcut; 30.6 x 23.5 cm; John L. Severance Fund Claire Van Vliet (American, b. Canada, 1933). Gift of M. Lindsay Kaplan and Norman Eisen. Before Rain, 1973; color lithograph; 43 x 51.4 cm; Grey Cloud, 1974; lithograph printed in black and gray; 42.4 x 59.3 cm; Untitled, about 1980; paper pulp; 45.5 x 62 cm; Agnes Weinrich (American, ). A Modern Pilgrim s Print Book: Fish Shacks, 1935; linocut; 14.2 x 9.1 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings f Neil Welliver (American, b. 1929). Stump, 2000; color woodcut; 76.2 x 76.4 cm; Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt Endowment Fund John von Wicht (American, ). White Lines on Black, about 1955; lithograph with collage; 37.9 x 27 cm; John L. Severance Fund Grant Wood (American, ). February, 1940; lithograph; 22.6 x 30 cm; Cole 17; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings Saul Yalkert (undocumented). A Modern Pilgrim s Print Book: House in the Hollow, 1935; linocut; 12.6 x 10.2 cm; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings h Textiles and Islamic Art Feathered Panel. Peru, Far South Coast, Pampa Ocoña; AD ; Papagayo macaw feathers knotted onto string and stitched to cotton plain-weave cloth, camelid fiber plain-weave upper tape; 81.3 x cm; Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, ). The Blindness of Tobit: The Large Plate,1651; etching and drypoint; 15.8 x 12.9 cm; White and Boon 42, state I/II; Severance and Greta Millikin Fund Collections.p /10/2003, 4:30 PM

30 The Return of the Thinker Rodin s The Thinker eases onto a new perch on the south terrace. Aside from the sparkling gleam of the cleaned and restored south facade of the museum s 1916 building, the clearest signal that the restoration of the original building s exterior and terraces was nearing completion was the reappearance in May of Rodin s familiar Thinker on a pedestal in front of the south steps. A close examination reveals a few improvements in the Thinker s circumstances. First, the black marble pedestal that had been installed in the early 1970s is gone, replaced by white granite to match the stonework of the terraces. A bomb detonated in 1970 shattered the original concrete base, and the new base was designed to complement the statue, which was returned to its place with the bomb s damage intact, evident in shards of shredded bronze where the figure s feet once had been. When the museum was considering whether to keep the black granite base or build a new one, another issue that had been debated in the aftermath of the bombing came up again. The Rodin estate had indicated in 1971 that the museum could commission a new cast of the Thinker from the same mold as the original, provided the existing sculpture was destroyed. In 2002, as in 1970, the decision was made to forgo this option, however. Rodin s philosophy was that a sculpture changes with time, and that everything that happens to it becomes a part of the work of art. The new base is a 15,000-pound block of solid marble. It took a special crane to lower it into place and our entire installation crew of 15 to level it, recalls Randall Von Ryan, associate director of architecture and construction. A monolithic block holds up much better against the elements than something constructed out of pieces of stone. Everything out there was built to last a couple hundred years. The sculpture was cleaned and treated by museum conservators, as were all the other outdoor pieces that populate the south terrace. Some made brief public appearances during the restoration project as part of the exhibition Conserving the Past for the Future and in an Object in Focus show. One improvement shows up only after the sun goes down: unobtrusive lights installed flush with the paving stones shine up on the Thinker, making his inspiring figure visible from across the Fine Arts Lagoon, day or night Collections.p /10/2003, 4:30 PM

31 LOANS TO OTHER INSTITUTIONS Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth; Los Angeles County Museum of Art Modigliani and the Artists of Montparnasse American Federation of Arts, New York and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington; Dallas Museum of Art; The Cleveland Museum of Art The Sensuous and the Sacred: Chola Bronzes from South India Antikensammlung Berlin; Martin-Gropius- Bau, Berlin Die Griechische Klassik: Idee oder Wirklichkeit The Baltimore Museum of Art; Saint Louis Art Museum Painted Prints: The Revelation of Color in Northern Renaissance and Baroque Engravings, Etchings, and Woodcuts Centre National d Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou, Paris La Révolution Surréaliste China Institute Gallery, New York Circles of Reflection: The Carter Collection of Chinese Bronze Mirrors Dallas Museum of Art; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Thomas Struth Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge Poussin and 17th-Century French Painting Fondation de l Hermitage, Lausanne L Impressionisme Américain Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia On the Edge of Your Seat: Popular Theatre and Film in Early 20th-Century American Art Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington; Brooklyn Museum of Art; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Museum Rietberg, Zurich The Adventures of Hamza The Frick Collection, New York; J. Paul Getty Museum of Art, Los Angeles Greuze, The Draftsman Fundacion Juan March, Madrid Georgia O Keeffe: Naturalezas Intimas The Governor s Residence, Columbus, Ohio Long-term loan to governor s mansion Groeningemuseum, Bruges, Belgium Jan van Eyck, Early Netherlandish Painting and the South of Europe Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Salem, Oregon; Boise Art Museum, Idaho In the Fullness of Time: Masterpieces of Egyptian Art from American Collections Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Japan Vincent and Theo van Gogh Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston Cosmè Tura and Ferrara: Painting and Design in Renaissance Ferrara Japan Society Gallery, New York; The British Museum, London Kazari: Decoration and Display in Japan, 15th 19th Centuries Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth; Los Angeles County Museum of Art Bartolomé Esteban Murillo: Paintings from American Collections Kyoto National Museum, Japan; Stäelsches Kunstinstitut, Frankfurt am Main Rembrandt Rembrandt Kyoto National Museum; Tokyo National Museum (organizing institution) Sesshþ, Master of Ink and Brush: 500th Anniversary Exhibition The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Los Angeles County Museum of Art The Legacy of Genghis Khan: Courtly Art and Culture in Western Asia Musée Fabré, Montpellier, France; Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rouen; Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lyon; Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rennes; Minneapolis Institute of Arts (organizing institution) Sacred Symbols: Four Thousand Years of Native American Art Musea Antwerpen, Rubens House, Antwerp Marvels of Delight: Early Netherlandish Drawings from Jan van Eyck to Hieronymus Bosch Museé des Beaux-Arts, Lyon L Ecole de Barbizon Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; National Gallery of Art, Washington Willem de Kooning: Tracing the Figure Naples Museum of Art, Florida; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven Frankenthaler: The Woodcuts National Gallery of Art, Washington The Flowering of Florence: Botanical Art for the Medici, National Gallery of Art, Washington; Dallas Museum of Art (organizing institution); The Frick Collection, New York; Centre de la Vielle de Charité, Marseille, France Anne Vallayer-Coster: Still-Life Painting in the Age of Marie Antoinette Nationalmuseum, Stockholm; Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, and the Nordic Countries National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, China Art under Emperor Ch ien-lung Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille, France; Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland Rétrospective Berthe Morisot Palazzo dei Diamante, Galleria d Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Ferrara, Italy; Los Angeles County Museum of Art (coorganizers); Denver Art Museum Sargent and Italy Palazzo Grassi, Venice I Faraoni 30 2-Collections.p /10/2003, 4:30 PM

32 The Phillips Collection, Washington; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Over the Line: The Art and Life of Jacob Lawrence Royal Academy of Arts, London The Aztecs San Diego Museum of Art; El Paso Museum of Art, Texas Idol of the Moderns: Pierre-Auguste Renoir and American Painting San Diego Museum of Art; Hood Museum of Art, Hanover, New Hampshire (organizing institution) José Clemente Orozco in the United States, Shimane Art Museum, Japan; The Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu, Japan (organizing institution) Odilon Redon Le souci de l absolu (Search for the Absolute) Sociedad Estetal para la Accion Cultural Exterior, Madrid; Universidad de Salamanca, Escuelas Menores, Salamanca Erasmus in Spain: Humanism in Spanish Early Renaissance Tate Britain, London Lucien Freud Tate Britain, London; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia; Minneapolis Institute of Arts American Sublime The Textile Museum, Washington The Classical Tradition in Anatolian Carpets Timken Museum of Art, San Diego The Portraits of Bartolomeo Veneto University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor; Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley, Massachusetts Women Who Ruled: Queens, Goddesses, Amazons, The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore The Book of Kings: Art, War, and the Morgan Library s Medieval Picture Bible Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland Jefferson in Paris: Fashion on the Eve of the French Revolution University of Salamanca, Spain Erasmus in Spain: Humanism in Spanish Early Renaissance French Regional & American Museums Exchange In August, the museum was pleased to be the first and only U.S. venue for Raphael and His Age: Drawings from the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille, which was on view August 25 to November 3. The show featured renowned drawings by Raphael, borrowed from one of the major collections of drawings by the Italian Renaissance master. This exhibition was the result of the French Regional & American Museums Exchange (FRAME), an initiative of Elizabeth Rohatyn, wife of former U.S. ambassador to France Felix G. Rohatyn, and Françoise Cachin, former director of French Museums. Founded in 1999, this consortium of nine American and nine French museums was created to generate cooperative projects and open their outstanding collections to a wider public in the United States and Europe. Raphael and His Age was the first FRAME exhibition at the Cleveland Museum of Art; it will open at the Palais des Beaux- Arts in May Mayor Jane L. Campbell presents an official proclamation from the City of Cleveland to Elizabeth Rohatyn in recognition of the FRAME program. The American FRAME museums are the Cleveland Museum of Art, Dallas Museum of Art, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Portland Art Museum, Saint Louis Art Museum, Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and Yale University Art Gallery. French FRAME museums are the Fine Arts Museums of Bordeaux, Grenoble, Lille, Lyon, Rennes, Rouen, and Strasbourg, plus the Augustins Museum, Toulouse, and the Fabre Museum, Montpellier. In September, Cleveland Mayor Jane L. Campbell presided over a ceremony honoring the FRAME program. Attendees included Elizabeth Rohatyn and representatives of French museums as well as museum staff and members of the media. During the last week in October, the museum played host to representatives from all the French and American museums and FRAME director Françoise Cachin for a four-day conference Collections.p /10/2003, 4:31 PM

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34 Exhibitions RIGHT: THE AL-SABAH COLLECTION, PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUCE M. WHITE The young and young-at-heart found much to enjoy in the summer exhibition, Into the Light, which recreated pioneering art installations from the 1960s and 1970s. This exquisite imperial Indian turban ornament, featuring emeralds and diamonds set with gold, from the Kuwait National Museum was a special attraction in Treasury of the World: Jeweled Arts of India in the Age of the Mughals. The most visible of the activities the museum undertakes to bring people into contact with works of art is the exhibition program. These presentations fall into two broad categories: touring shows of works from other institutions, some of which are organized by our curatorial staff, and exhibitions built from works in our own collection. Loan exhibitions covered a lot of ground. Photography Transformed: Selections from the Metropolitan Bank & Trust Collection, February 17 April 28, featured 55 highlights of the bank s distinguished collection of contemporary photography from the past 25 years. Treasury of the World: Jeweled Arts of India in the Age of the Mughals, February 24 May 19, featured approximately 325 opulent objects from the Mughal empire. Ram Rahman Photographs: Visions of India, March 2 May 8, complemented that exhibition with astute observations of street life in urban India. Jane Hinds Bidaut Tintypes, May 11 July 17, featured enchanting photographs of skeletons and insects drawn from the artist s large collection and from pictures of taxidermic animals at Yale University s Peabody Museum of Natural History. From Paris to Provincetown: Blanche Lazzell and the Color Woodcut, May 19 July 28, brought 121 single-block color woodcuts that are among the most inventive prints produced in the first decades of the 20th century. Into the Light: The Projected Image in American Art, , June 30 September 8, reconstructed classic works in film, video, and slide installation from the mid 1960s to the mid 1970s, a decade that produced some of the most significant moving-image environments in the history of modern art. House Hunting: Photographs by Todd Hido, July 20 September 25, examined the prosaic qualities of suburban domestic architecture in luminous color photographs. Battle of the Nudes: Pollaiuolo s Renaissance Masterpiece, August 25 October 27, featured the museum s world-famous, unique, firststate impression of Antonio Pollaiuolo s 15th-century engraving, Battle of the Nudes. The print was exhibited alongside multiple impressions of the second state and rare drawings, prints, and works in other media by Pollaiuolo and his contemporaries, borrowed from American and European collections. Early Italian Engraving: 1460s 1530s, on view at the same time as the Pollaiuolo show, offered the opportunity to compare other early Italian 33 3-Exhibitions.p /10/2003, 4:37 PM

35 Youth of Cleveland meet Youth of Agrigento: the Magna Graecia exhibition brought rare treasures from South Italy and Sicily to America for the first time. prints from the collection with that masterpiece. Raphael and His Age: Drawings from the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille, August 25 November 3, featured 57 drawings, including 25 by Raphael, plus works by Botticelli, Jacopo da Pontormo, Filippino Lippi, and Fra Bartolommeo. Elizabeth Catlett: Prints and Sculpture, September 15, 2002 January 5, 2003, gathered 50 black-andwhite and color prints plus 11 sculptures spanning Catlett s 70-year career. Girl Culture: Photographs by Lauren Greenfield, September 28 December 4, brought 15 photographs to investigate the relationships of girls and young women to the material world of popular culture. Challenging Structure: Frank Gehry s Peter B. Lewis Building, October 6, 2002 February 24, 2003, traced the evolution of the CWRU building project from conception to completion through more than 40 models and studies, plus a demonstration of CATIA, the computer software that allows Gehry s unorthodox designs to be built. Magna Graecia: Greek Art from South Italy and Sicily, October 27, 2002 January 5, 2003, brought together for the first time 80 masterworks of Greek art from the rich museum collections of South Italy and Sicily. Many of these rare and high-quality works of art had never left Italy, nor been seen by American audiences. A City Seen: Photographs from The George Gund Collection, November 17, 2002 January 26, 2003, featured highlights from portfolios commissioned by the George Gund to illustrate its annual reports. In celebration of the foundation s 50th anniversary, the collection was given to the museum following the exhibition (in honor of retiring director David Bergholtz). Land in Light: John Szarkowski Photographs, December 7, 2002 February 12, 2003, presented Members of the media enjoy the press opening for Elizabeth Catlett: Prints and Sculpture Exhibitions.p /10/2003, 4:37 PM

36 Raphael was an expert and highly inventive portraitist, as this black chalk head of a young man shows. It was among the 25 works by the master on view in Raphael and His Age: Drawings from the Palais des Beaux- Arts, Lille. nuanced views of the countryside near the artist s home in East Chatham, New York, and Arizona landscapes taken in 1992 while he was visiting Tucson. John Szarkowski and many of the photographers in A City Seen came to the museum for a remarkable weekend symposium in November. Three shows of photographs from the permanent collection were displayed in galleries 103/104. Travel Photography: Early Images of India, March 2 July 17, surveyed the pioneering work by British photographers active primarily in the 1850s and 1860s, bringing together eight black-and-white photographs and a paper negative that reveal India s landscape. Looking at Children: Photographs from the Permanent Collection, July 20 December 4, gathered 15 photographs that capture children in imaginative ways. Gifts from the CMA Friends of Photography, December 7, 2002 April 23, 2003 highlighted 16 works, featuring nine photographers new to the collection and six new images by artists already represented. The museum also presented Object in Focus installations spotlighting works in the collection, including Malvina Hoffman s Bacchanale, a South German medieval Bridal Couple, a vase attributed to Pierre Philippe Thomire, a 19th-century Scroll Box with Dragon and Phoenix Design from Korea, a Mother-and-Child Figure from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and an Italian Group of Crèche Figures: Adoration of the Magi. Two gallery renovation projects were conceived to engage visitors in a new way. First, the medieval manuscripts collection was beautifully reinstalled behind the Armor Court. Second, an innovative research process was developed to guide the reinstallation of the sub-saharan African art gallery. A museum staff interpretation committee worked with the Institute for Learning Innovations of Annapolis, Maryland, to develop a set of visitor evaluation research instruments through which more than 200 museum visitors responded to the gallery with candor and intelligence. This reinstallation is a wonderful opportunity to shape the design of interpretive strategies for this area and others as planning for the new building evolves. The Cleveland funded these studies to advance the interpretive plans at the museum. The common thread running through these exhibitions and projects is the notion that simply hanging art on the walls and opening the front door is not enough. The means by which art is presented its intellectual and thematic organization, the quality of its display, the kinds of information provided to aid in understanding the cultural context in which it was made, and the materials and techniques used to do so can make the difference between a passing glance and lasting, deep engagement with art Exhibitions.p /10/2003, 4:37 PM

37 A City Seen Since 1952, the George Gund has been a major philanthropic force in Cleveland and northeast Ohio, quietly supporting a wide range of worthy causes. Beginning in 1990, each of the s annual reports has incorporated a photographic essay commissioned from a noted contemporary photographer. The engaged Mark Schwartz of the design firm Nesnadny + Schwartz to act as liaison to the photographers, coordinate the projects, and design the annual reports. The result has been a remarkably consistent and coherent presentation over the course of 12 years. The focus was on people at work, in school, in real places at real times and on defining aspects of the regional landscape, from the vast expanse of Lake Erie to the intimate spaces of urban gardens. The photographers, Michael Book, Lois Conner, Judith Joy Ross, Dawoud Bey, Linda Butler, Lee Friedlander, Gregory Conniff, Frank Golhke, Larry Fink, Douglas Lucak, Nicholas Nixon, and Barbara Bosworth, were given free rein to approach their projects as they saw fit, and they created a dozen highly individual portfolios. In honor of the s 50th anniversary, the museum presented the exhibition, A City Seen, featuring all 12 portfolios. In November, most of the photographers, along with moderator John Szarkowski, visited the museum in person for a dynamic symposium. But perhaps the most memorable in-person appearance occurred a few days earlier, when Yusma Kasmi, subject of a 1992 portrait for Judith Joy Ross s portfolio about the Cleveland public schools, came to see the exhibition. She had heard through friends and family that her image was in the exhibition and on the cover of the November issue of the museum s Members Magazine. In 1992, Judith Joy Ross photographed a young student named Yusma Kasmi (left) for a George Gund Annual Report. Ten years later, that image wound up on the cover of the museum s Members Magazine, and when word-of-mouth reached Yusma, she and a friend visited the museum to see the exhibition A City Seen. The distinctive colors used in the installation of A City Seen required that the graphics be screen-printed directly onto the walls Exhibitions.p /10/2003, 4:37 PM

38 Blanche Lazzell s vibrant The Monongahela, 1919 (printed 1936), acquired by the Newark Museum in 1943, was one of 121 color woodcuts in From Paris to Provincetown: Blanche Lazzell and the Color Woodcut. LOAN EXHIBITIONS Photography Transformed: Selections from the Metropolitan Bank & Trust Collection February 17 April 28, 2002 Metropolitan Bank & Trust has been a local leader in the effort to make the visual arts an integral part of corporate culture, building one of the rare corporate collections devoted to photo-based works of art. The exhibition featured 49 highlights from the collection; the works created by artists working globally chronicled the striking innovations in conceptual approaches and artistic styles, subject matter and narrative content, and photographic processes and technological advances that distinguished contemporary photography during the past 25 years. Curated by Tom Hinson. Treasury of the World: Jeweled Arts of India in the Age of the Mughals February 24 May 19, 2002 The Mughal emperors of the 17th century, including Shah Jahan (who commissioned the famous Taj Mahal) and contemporary Indian monarchs, were often called history s greatest patrons of the jeweled arts. This exhibition of approximately 320 works included a brilliant balas ruby weighing carats, inscribed with the names of five emperors. Most of the polished gemstones displayed were gracefully arranged as floral designs, birds, and animals on items of royal and princely adornment, ceremonial weapons, and elegantly carved utilitarian objects such as jade bowls, enameled fly-whisk handles, and jade book bindings. Organized by The al-sabah Collection, Kuwait National Museum; also on view at The British Museum, London; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; and Saint Louis Art Museum. Curated by Manuel Keene of The al-sabah Collection, with the assistance of Salam Kaoukui; curated in Cleveland by Louise W. Mackie. Sponsor: The exhibition was presented with the generous support of Sheikh Nasser Sabah al-ahmad al-sabah and Sheikha Hussah Sabah al-salim al-sabah and The National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters, Kuwait. An indemnity was granted by the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities. Cleveland promotional support: The Plain Dealer and Soft Rock WDOK FM. Ram Rahman Photographs: Visions of India March 2 May 8, 2002 Born in India and educated in the United States, Ram Rahman divides his time between New Delhi and New York, working as a photographer, graphic designer, and cultural activist. Taken between 1983 and 2001, his gelatin silver prints created a diary generously layered with references to politics, economics, religion, and popular culture. Given his status as both an insider and an outsider in India, Rahman tightly balanced the subjective and objective in compelling images of this intensely visual country. Curated by Tom Hinson. Jayne Hinds Bidaut Tintypes May 11 July 17, 2002 As part of a growing number of contemporary artists employing 19th-century photographic techniques, Jayne Hinds Bidaut relies on the tintype process to create images with creamy tones, raised surfaces, and a distressed appearance. This exhibition featured photographs of skeletons and insects drawn from her large collection and from pictures of taxidermic animals at Yale University s Peabody Museum of Natural History. Bidaut s portraits are filled with references to collecting and history, intricacy and beauty, decay and preservation. Curated by Tom Hinson. From Paris to Provincetown: Blanche Lazzell and the Color Woodcut May 19 July 28, 2002 From 1915, many American artists who had been living in Paris gathered in Provincetown, Massachusetts. There B. J. O. Nordfeldt developed a method to print color woodcuts from only one block. Using that technique, Blanche Lazzell and her colleagues produced beautiful, inventive prints through the 1950s. The exhibition included 121 of these color woodcuts, along with some of the blocks from which they were printed. Organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; also on view at the Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Curated in Cleveland by Jane Glaubinger Exhibitions.p /10/2003, 4:37 PM

39 Exhibition curator Shelley Langdale poses in the Battle of the Nudes show with Malcolm E. Kenney, whose generous support helped make the exhibition possible. Into the Light: The Projected Image in American Art, June 30 September 8, 2002 The first museum exhibition to explore the incorporation of large-scale moving images into installations, Into the Light featured reconstructions of classic works in film, video, and slide installation. The show included pieces by the pioneers: Vito Acconci, Peter Campus, Simone Forti, Dan Graham, Joan Jonas, Anthony McCall, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Dennis Oppenheim, Paul Sharits, Andy Warhol, and Robert Whitman. Organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Curated by Chrissie Iles, Curator of Film and Video, Whitney Museum of American Art; curated in Cleveland by Jeffrey Grove. House Hunting: Photographs by Todd Hido July 20 September 25, 2002 A native of Kent, Ohio, Todd Hido examines the prosaic qualities of suburban domestic architecture in highly detailed and luminous color photographs. Traveling extensively over the past five years, Hido recorded at night and in varying climatic conditions houses whose glowing windows were the only indication of habitation. The 16 images in the exhibition juxtaposed such pictures with shots of rooms in recently foreclosed properties that the evicted tenants had to leave quickly. Devoid of people, his photographs deal with issues of absence and abandonment and isolation and anonymity. Curated by Tom Hinson. Battle of the Nudes: Pollaiuolo s Renaissance Masterpiece August 25 October 27, 2002 Featuring the museum s world-famous, unique, first-state impression of Antonio Pollaiuolo s 15th-century print Battle of the Nudes, this exhibition addressed issues of connoisseurship as well as the historical framework in which the print was conceived. For the first time, the print was exhibited alongside multiple impressions of the second state, allowing direct comparison of changes in the engraving plate and quality of impression. Rare drawings, prints, and works in other media by Pollaiuolo and his contemporaries further enhanced the viewer s understanding of the context in which the print was made. Curated by Shelley Langdale. Sponsor: The exhibition was made possible in part by a gift from Malcolm E. Kenney and the generous support of the Malcolm E. Kenney Special Exhibitions Endowment Fund. Raphael and His Age: Drawings from the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille August 25 November 3, 2002 The Palais des Beaux-Arts in Lille has one of the important collections of drawings by Raphael, who worked in Urbino, Florence, and Rome. The exhibition featured 57 drawings, including 25 by Raphael and others by Botticelli, Jacopo da Pontormo, Filippino Lippi, and Fra Bartolommeo. Nearly all the Raphael drawings dated from the first half of his 20-year career, from 1503 to approximately This exhibition was the result of the recently established French Regional & American Museums Exchange (FRAME), an initiative of Elizabeth Rohatyn, wife of former U.S. Ambassador to France Felix G. Rohatyn, and Françoise Cachin, former Director of French Museums. Curated in Cleveland by Carter Foster. French FRAME partners are: Musée de Grenoble; Musée des Augustins de Toulouse; Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux; Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lille; Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon; Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rennes; Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen; Musée des Beaux- Arts de Strasbourg; Musée Fabre de Montpellier. The American partners are: The Cleveland Museum of Art; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond; Dallas Museum of Art; The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; The Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Portland Art Museum, Oregon; Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts; The Saint Louis Art Museum; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven. Sponsor: Raphael and His Age: Drawings from the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille is a result of the French Regional & American Museums Exchange FRAME. Elizabeth Catlett: Prints and Sculpture September 15, 2002 January 5, 2003 Elizabeth Catlett has said that her purpose is to present black people in their beauty and dignity for ourselves and others to understand and enjoy and to exhibit my work where black people can visit and find art to which they can relate. This exhibition of 50 black-and-white and color prints plus 11 sculptures spanned Catlett s 70-year career. Both a printmaker and a sculptor, Catlett is concerned with justice, freedom, and compassion for the oppressed. Organized by the Hampton University Museum, Hampton, Virginia (prints), and the Cleveland Museum of Art (sculpture). Curated in Cleveland by Jane Glaubinger. Cleveland showing sponsor: Promotional support is from 93.1 FM WZAK. Girl Culture: Photographs by Lauren Greenfield September 28 December 4, 2002 Through 15 photographs of daily life and ritual, Girl Culture investigated the relationships of girls and young women to their bodies, to their inner lives and emotional development, and to the material world of popular culture. Documenting grooming, makeup, fashion, social lives, schools, and cliques, Greenfield s color photographs stress the exhibitionist nature of modern femininity, allowing the viewer to ponder the consequences. Curated by Tom Hinson. Challenging Structure: Frank Gehry s Peter B. Lewis Building October 6, 2002 February 24, 2003 Frank Gehry s Peter B. Lewis Building, new headquarters of the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, is located a block from the Cleveland Museum of Art. The exhibition traced the evolution of this project from conception to completion. More than 40 models and studies borrowed from Gehry s Santa Monica studio were included, plus the original photograph of an Arizona canyon that inspired the structure s interior and a demonstration of CATIA, the computer software that allows Gehry s unorthodox designs to be built. Curated by Jeffrey Grove Exhibitions.p /10/2003, 4:37 PM

40 In the Challenging Structure exhibition, a model shows how a Frank Gehry design fits into its neighborhood. Magna Graecia: Greek Art from South Italy and Sicily October 27, 2002 January 5, 2003 The exhibition brought together for the first time 80 masterworks of Greek art from the rich collections of the archaeological museums of Paestum, Reggio Calabria, Sybaris, Syracuse, Gela, Agrigento, Palermo, and Taranto. Through masterpieces of Greek vase painting and Greek sculpture in terracotta, stone, and bronze, the exhibition presented a vivid picture of the art and culture of the Greeks who colonized South Italy and Sicily beginning in the 8th century BC. Organized by the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Tampa Museum of Art. Curated by Michael Bennett and Aaron J. Paul in collaboration with Mario Iozzo. Cleveland showing sponsor: The Cleveland showing was sponsored by National City. The exhibition and catalogue also received generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts, James E. and Elizabeth J. Ferrell, The Hellenic Preservation Society of Northeastern Ohio, Adelphia Communications, and Shelby White and Leon Levy. The exhibition was supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities. Promotional support was provided by The Plain Dealer and City Visitor. A City Seen: Photographs from The George Gund Collection November 17, 2002 January 26, 2003 Since 1990, the George Gund has commissioned fine art photographers to create portfolios to reflect the foundation s areas of philanthropic interest in northeast Ohio and to illustrate its annual reports. In celebration of the foundation s 50th anniversary, the collection was given to the museum at the close of the show (in honor of David Bergholtz). The 12 artists featured were Michael Book, Lois Conner, Judith Joy Ross, Dawoud Bey, Linda Butler, Lee Friedlander, Gregory Conniff, Frank Gohlke, Larry Fink, Douglas Lucak, Nicholas Nixon, and Barbara Bosworth. The 148 black-and-white photographs explored Cleveland neighborhoods, the Cuyahoga River, Lake Erie, the children of Cleveland s public schools, patients at the Cleveland Free Clinic, and the world of work in the city. Curated by Tom Hinson. Sponsor: The exhibition, publication, and public programs were supported by The George Gund. Land in Light: John Szarkowski Photographs December 7, 2002 February 12, 2003 Director of the Department of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art in New York from 1962 to 1991, John Szarkowski made unparalleled contributions to the fields of photographic criticism, history, and theory. Before working at the Modern, he was a distinguished photographer and since his retirement has returned to creating his straightforward black-and-white photographs. Curated by Tom Hinson. PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUCE M. WHITE The Youth of Agrigento, c. 480 BC, on view in the Magna Graecia exhibition, demonstrates the great refinement of Western Greek art (Museo Archeologico Regionale di Agrigento) Exhibitions.p /10/2003, 4:37 PM

41 PERMANENT COLLECTION EXHIBITIONS OBJECT IN FOCUS EXHIBITIONS Cleveland Builds an Art Museum, Opened January 21, 2000 In light of the restoration of the south facade and plaza of the 1916 building, this installation featured a selection of prints of the original site plans, working drawings, and construction photographs from the archives. Curated by Jeffrey Strean and Randy Von Ryan. Travel Photography: Early Images of India March 2 July 17, 2002 This survey of the pioneering work by British photographers active primarily in the 1850s and 1860s brought together seven mid 19thcentury black-and-white photographs and a paper negative that reveal India s landscape. These Victorian photographers, including Samuel Bourne, Linnaeus Tripe, and Richard Banner Oakeley, overcame seemingly insurmountable technical, physical, and logistical problems to produce varied and intriguing views of India. Curated by Tom Hinson. Looking at Children: Photographs from the Permanent Collection July 20 December 4, 2002 The typical family photograph album chronicles the lives of children with birthday parties, holiday gatherings, summer vacations, and first days of school. The portfolios of professional photographers often include the same events. The 14 prints in this exhibition by contemporary photographers Emmet Gowin, Nicholas Nixon, Lauren Greenfield, Beverly Conley, and Manuel Alvarez Bravo, among others, capture children in imaginative ways, exploring the world alone or interacting candidly with family and friends. Curated by Patricia Burke. This Korean scroll box was on view as an object in focus during the summer. Early Italian Engraving: 1460s 1530s August 25 October 27, 2002 To complement the exhibition Battle of the Nudes: Pollaiuolo s Renaissance Masterpiece, 45 engravings on view in an adjoining gallery demonstrated the high level of printmaking at the time. Examples by Andrea Mantegna, Francesco Rosselli, Jacopo de Barbari, and Marcantonio Raimondi explored a wide range of secular, mythological, allegorical, and humanistic themes. Curated by Shelley R. Langdale. Gifts from the CMA Friends of Photography December 7, 2002 April 23, 2003 The Friends of Photography (FOP), a support group of museum members, has presented 29 outstanding contemporary photographs to the museum, significantly enhancing the presentation of the art of our time. This exhibition of 16 photographs celebrated the tenth anniversary of the FOP. Photographers featured include Zeke Berman, Barbara Bosworth, Lois Conner, Larry Fink, Lee Friedlander, Douglas Lucak, Sally Mann, Richard Misrach, Abelardo Morell, Bert Teunissen, Ruth Thorne-Thompson, and Céline van Balen. Curated by Tom Hinson. January 8 March 10, 2002 Malvina Hoffman (American, ). Bacchanale, Bronze. Gift in memory of Julia K. Dalton by her nephews, George S. Kendrick and Harry D. Kendrick Also on view was another bronze by Hoffman: Pavlova Dancing the Gavotte, 1915, Gift of Mrs. Henry A. Everett for the Dorothy Burnham Everett Collection Organized by Katherine Solender. March 12 May 12, 2002 A Bridal Couple, about Southern Germany. Oil on wood. Delia E. Holden and L. E. Holden Funds Also on view were two engravings by Albrecht Dürer (German, ): The Promenade, c. 1497, John L. Severance Fund ; and The Ravisher, c. 1495, Dudley P. Allen Fund Organized by Kenneth Bé. May 14 July 14, 2002 Attributed to Pierre Philippe Thomire (French, ). Vase, about Bronze, partially gilt, marble base. Gift of Harvey Buchanan in memory of Dorothy Tucker Draper Organized by Henry H. Hawley. July 16 September 15, 2002 Scroll Box with Dragon and Phoenix Design, 1800s. Korea, Chosºn period ( ). Lacquered wood with mother-of-pearl and twisted brass and copper wire. Severance and Greta Millikin Collection Organized by Michael R. Cunningham. September 17 November 24, 2002 Mother-and-Child Figure, 1800s early 1900s. Democratic Republic of the Congo, probably Western Pende people. Wood, glass beads, brass tacks, bark-wood powder. Gift of the African Art Sponsors of Karamu House Organized by Constantine Petridis. November 26, 2002 January 5, 2003 Group of Crèche Figures: Adoration of the Magi, Italy, Naples. Painted wood and terracotta with various textiles. Gift of the Womens Council of the Cleveland Museum of Art Organized by Henry H. Hawley Exhibitions.p /10/2003, 4:37 PM

42 Free Audio Tours of the Permanent Collection The museum s electronic audio tour of the collection is now both easier to use and free of charge. The museum s Sight & Sound Audio Tour, first presented in 1998, not only underwent a major upgrade in 2002, it also began to be offered free of charge. The audio tour consists of a portable electronic device that contains more than 300 recorded messages about key works in the collection, as well as complementary audio features such as music composed during the period of a particular work on view. The original unit, though portable, was relatively heavy, and even with a shoulder strap to help support it, its weight made using the first-generation Sight & Sound uncomfortable for some visitors. Nevertheless, it served very well for a number of years, doing double duty as the audio tour device used in certain special exhibitions. The new Acoustiguide Mini 2000 hand-held devices were introduced in 2002, concurrent with the Jeweled Arts of India exhibition. Aside from being much more compact and lighter each unit weighs about 4 ounces the new device s data storage system allows modifications to the recorded information to be made here rather than by an outside service. During the first few years of Sight & Sound, the museum charged a modest fee for use of the audio tour. This policy helped to recoup some of the cost of the service, but it also discouraged many people from using it. This seemed at odds with the museum s mission to bring the pleasure and meaning of art to the broadest possible audience, so shortly before the new equipment was introduced, the fee was eliminated Exhibitions.p /10/2003, 4:37 PM

43 The terrace renovations complete, the south doors to the 1916 building officially opened in September. A small ceremony celebrated the return of this most gracious entry to the museum CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:44 PM

44 Community Support The museum and this community are fortunate that the museum s past benefactors established a financial foundation that allows this institution to continue serving the public regardless of the economic climate. Because the museum s budget is funded almost entirely by private contributions, the recent strain on federal and state budgets has been less of a blow than they would have been had the museum been heavily dependent on those sources. Even though the museum is a private institution, it operates in the public interest. Its existence in this community makes living in Cleveland a rare and special experience fewer than a dozen cities in the world have art collections of this caliber in their midst, and only a few open their doors to all citizens free of charge. The museum therefore sees its fundraising and financial management efforts as critical to the successful pursuit of its community mission. These contributions, literally, are an investment in Cleveland. Despite a difficult economic climate and global uncertainties, 2002 was a successful fundraising year. Overall, the museum raised $5,901,560 in annual giving versus $5,585,993 in 2001, a 6% overall increase. Donor Circles gifts in 2002 totaled $1,500,710 versus $1,431,287 in 2001, and 26 new donors joined the Circles program. We thank our trustees for their enormous generosity this year. Trustees contributed $452,768 in unrestricted gifts, a 21% increase. Honorary trustees contributed $114,585 in 2002, a 36% increase over the previous year. The museum reactivated the Curators Circle, a group of younger donors who are the next generation of museum stewards. Also launched was an annual fund effort for gifts under $1,000. Corporate annual gifts reached $411,785 in 2002 compared to $464,404 in Even with the poor economy, 16 new companies joined the program, and we are grateful to those members who were able to increase their contributions. In the fall, the museum initiated a corporate annual fund campaign, targeted to smaller companies and companies that have had no previous relationship with the museum. This was a difficult year for securing corporate exhibition support. Our thanks are due to National City for sponsoring Magna Graecia and making 43 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:44 PM

45 Ohio Governor Bob Taft (center) at a luncheon celebrating the collaboration between Cleveland State University s College of Education and the museum s Teacher Research Center. At the right is James McLoughlin, dean of the college. such a significant contribution in uncertain economic times. The museum continued to have success obtaining program sponsorships for Parade the Circle, Art to Go, and Summer Evenings. A $20,000 grant from the Womens Council allowed thousands of students, whose schools would not otherwise have been able to afford bus transportation, to visit the museum. The museum received $2,383,812 in grant funding, exceeding its goals in all areas except Ohio Arts Council support. Council support was reduced as a result of cuts in the state operating budget; additional cuts will reduce the 2003 funding level. Lobbying and advocacy efforts at the state level resulted in a $5 million commitment from the State of Ohio capital budget, the single largest capital grant to Cuyahoga County and 31% of the county s total allocation of $16.3 million. The planned giving effort was successful as annuities exceeded 2001 levels. New endowments created included the endowment from Judith and James A. Saks for purchasing art from emerging artists. The museum welcomed 41 new Legacy Society members, bringing the total to 268. The Legacy Society is the group of members who have included the museum in a will or estate plan. Membership revenue totaled $1,075,647, and the museum ended 2002 with 27,216 membership households. Planning of a capital campaign to support the museum expansion and future operations was a primary focus during Campaign co-chairs Ellen Stirn Mavec, James T. Bartlett, and Alfred M. Rankin Jr. and an honorary chair, Michael Horvitz, were named in March; by September, the committee had evolved into the expanded Campaign Cabinet. A team of consultants was engaged to assist in the long-term effort to develop an integrated communications plan to support the expansion project. Dix & Eaton completed a media benchmarking study in April. With New York advertising agency LaPlaca Cohen as the branding consultant, Jan Krukowski working on a case statement, and Ruder Finn advising on public relations, work began in March on the development of the integrated communications plan. The Volunteer Initiatives program expanded to nearly 1,100 volunteers, with 32,000 volunteer hours valued at approximately $512,000. A small army of 54 interns contributed 3,890 hours of work in art education. In addition, the department collaborated with the Weatherhead School of Management s docent program to lead tours of the new Peter B. Lewis building. A group of volunteers including museum staff members collaborated on a project to conduct research on the African galleries, providing 44 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:44 PM

46 A December ceremony honored the museum s star volunteers, all the way up to James T. Bartlett, president of the board of trustees. useful direction for a reinstallation in The museum strengthened its bonds with two important volunteer groups: Young Friends programs and the Womens Council. All those who contribute so generously of their time and money understand implicitly that the museum is central to the quality of life in Cleveland, and that their contributions essentially flow through the museum to benefit the community at large. The future of the museum and the future of Cleveland lie along a single path toward enhancing the quality of life, both for the benefit of those who already live here and as a means of attracting talented, culturally interested, and intellectually engaged new residents to settle in this place and further enrich our shared future. The renovations made the terraces around the 1916 building completely wheelchair accessible for the first time CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:44 PM

47 Circles Leadership Committee Nicki and Bob Gudbranson, Co-Chairs James T. Bartlett, Founders Society Chair Naomi Singer, President s Circle Chair Donald M. Jack, Director s Circle Chair Richard Beeman McKey Berkman William R. Calfee Kim and Sam Hartwell Adrienne L. Jones Nancy Keithley Betty Kemper Morton Levin Jon A. Lindseth Kathy Moroscak Michael Peterman Francine Pilloff Leon M. Plevin Florence KZ Pollack Donna S. Reid Larry J. B. Robinson+ Elliott L. Schlang David L. Selman Naomi Singer William W. Taft Helen N. Tomlinson Lee Warshawsky Joyce Weidenkopf Hannah S. Weil Trudy Wiesenberger Planned Giving Council Richard B. Ainsworth Jr. Thomas S. Allen Gordon A. Anhold James S. Aussem P. Thomas Austin Laurence A. Bartell Richard E. Beeman Jeffrey M. Biggar Gary B. Bilchik Terry L. Bork Patricia L. Boyarko Herbert L. Braverman David J. Brown Nancy A. Burgess J. Donald Cairns Peter H. Calfee Peter J. Chudyk Charles M. Ciuni Ronald B. Cohen David E. Cook Hedy T. Demsey Rebecca H. Dent Carina S. Diamond Gary J. Dietsch Kevin Goldsmith Gary L. Dinner Emily A. Drake Heather Ettinger Robert R. Galloway Stephen H. Gariepy James A. Goldsmith Sally Gries Ronald G. Gymer Ellen E. Halfon David P. Handke Jr. Oliver C. Henkel Jr. Kenneth G. Hochman Gregory T. Holtz William J. Hyde Brian J. Jereb Mark A. Kikta Stephen J. Knerly Jr. Roy A. Krall Neil Kurit Donald W. Laubacher Robert K. Lease Herbert B. Levine Vincent J. Massa Wayne D. Minich M. Elizabeth Monihan Patrick S. Mullin Joseph V. Pease Jr. Andrew I. Press Charles Ratner Richard C. Renkert Frank M. Rizzo Sara K. Robechek James D. Roseman Patrick Saccogna Bradley J. Schlang Paul J. Schlather Walter S. Schwartz Gary S. Shamis John F. Shelley Roger L. Shumaker Mark A. Skvoretz John E. Smeltz Karen W. Spero Richard T. Spotz Jr. Mark F. Swary Robert A. Valente Missia H. Vaselaney Catherine G. Veres Gloria A. Walas Richard T. Watson Jeffry L. Weiler Marcia J. Wexberg Drew E. Wright Alan E. Yanowitz Gary A. Zwick Corporate Council Daniel F. Austin, Chair, McDonald Investments Inc. John D. Andrica, A. T. Kearney, Inc. James M. Dickey, Accenture LLP Chris Fisher, Royal Appliance Manufacturing Company Celso R. Gilberti, Gilberti Studio International, LLC Beth H. Hallisy, Marcus Thomas LLC William Hamann, Charter One Financial Oliver C. Henkel, Thompson Hine LLP Conway G. Ivy, The Sherwin- Williams Company Robert H. Jackson, Kohrman Jackson & Krantz John Kane, MBNA Marketing Systems Joseph P. Keithley, Keithley Instruments, Inc. Roy E. Klein, Bank One, NA Gregory L. Kosch, Fifth Third Bank John C. Morley, Evergreen Ventures Patrick S. Mullin, Deloitte & Touche Brad Norrick, Marsh USA, Inc. Robert A. Rieger, Ferro Corporation Larry J. B. Robinson+, Robinson Investment Company Elliott L. Schlang, LJR Great Lakes Review Museum Council Elizabeth L. Armington Michele Beyer Albert Borowitz Mrs. Albert Borowitz Paul S. Brentlinger Dr. Harvey Buchanan Mrs. Noah L. Butkin Mrs. Austin B. Chinn Paul L. Day Mrs. John B. Dempsey Joseph Erdelac Maxeen Flower Mrs. George Foley Frannie Gale Jr. Jerome Gratry Mrs. Richard C. Gridley Robert D. Gries Sally Gries Agnes Gund Debra Guren Mary Louise Hahn Dr. Shattuck Wellman Hartwell Jr. Mrs. John Hildt Arlene Holden Jennie Jones Mr.+ and Mrs. David Kangesser Robert M. Kaye Hayward Kendall Kelley Jr. + G. Robert Klein Charlotte R. Kramer Mrs. Jack Lampl Toby Devan Lewis Alex Machaskee Thomas A. Mann Nancy-Clay Marsteller Eleanor Bonnie McCoy Lester T. Miller Lindsay Morgenthaler Mrs. Louis Myers Lucia Nash Libby Norweb Frank H. Porter+ Albert B. Ratner Betty Ratner Robert N. Reinberger William Reinberger Barbara Robinson Larry J. B. Robinson+ Leighton A. Rosenthal Phyllis Seltzer Phyllis Sloane Edward C. Smith Eugene Stevens Cara Stirn Mary Wasmer Lucy Ireland Weller Mrs. Lewis C. Williams Odette Wurzburger Richey Smith, Richey Industries, Inc. Richard Stovsky, PricewaterhouseCoopers John Switzer, KPMG LLP Stephen M. Todd, Ernst & Young LLP + deceased 46 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:44 PM

48 Donors of Works of Art 21st: The Journal of Contemporary Photography Jayne Hinds Bidaut and Ricco/Maresca Gallery, NYC Linda Butler Elizabeth Catlett Cunningham Family in memory of Peggy Cunningham Bruce Ferrini, Pamela Ferrini, associates, and friends in memory of Matthew Ferrini Foster Family Till Freiwald and Jack Shainman Gallery Janet and Donald Fribourg in memory of Arthur Fribourg Janet and Donald Fribourg in memory of Marion Neumark Friends of Photography Alan and Monah L. Gettner Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro Charles Hickox M. Lindsay Kaplan and Norman Eisen Robert M. Light in honor of Louise S. Richards William S. Lipscomb in memory of his father, James S. Lipscomb Peter Loughrey Alisa Luxenberg in honor of her parents, Herbert and Marianna Luxenberg Judith K. and S. Sterling MacMillan III Photography Purchase Fund Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company Bequest of Dorothy Norman Karen Ollis in memory of Janet Delaware Ollis Painting and Drawing Society of the Cleveland Museum of Art Helen Greene Perry Charitable Trust Gloria and Leon Plevin in memory of Fred Schmidt The Print Club of Cleveland Members of the Print Club of Cleveland and other friends in memory of Fred Schmidt Bernie and Sue Pucker in honor of Gerald P. Bonder Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt Susan Schulman in memory of Fred Schmidt Elizabeth Carroll Shearer in memory of Fred Schmidt Elizabeth Carroll Shearer in memory of Robert Lundie Shearer Phyllis Sloane in memory of Lillian and Henry Steinberg Bob Stana in memory of Susan and Joseph Stana Trideca Society in honor of Henry Hawley Various donors to the department of Chinese Art Various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings Michael Verne William E. Ward in memory of his wife, Evelyn Svec Ward Dr. Norman Zaworski Martin Puryear (American, b. 1941). Alien Huddle, ; red cedar and pine; x x cm; Gift of Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:44 PM

49 BENEFACTORS Vase. Designed by Georges de Feure (French, ); made by Gérard, Dufraissex, and Abbot, Limoges, about 1903; porcelain with color glazes and gilding; 25.1 x 14 x 10.9 cm; John L. Severance Fund The Cleveland Museum of Art recognizes the cumulative giving of individuals, corporations, and organizations. Patron Benefactor ($1,000,000 or more) The Mildred Andrews Fund Anonymous George P. Bickford Helen E. Brown Noah L. Butkin The Cleveland Thomas L. Fawick Lawrence A. Fleischman Ernest L. Gartner Alexander Ginn Helen Wade Greene James C. Gruener Agnes Gund Dorothea Wright Hamilton Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Stanley Hess Mrs. Liberty E. Holden Michael J. Horvitz HRH Family Virginia Hubbell David S. Ingalls and Family Institute of Museum and Library Services Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Lila Wallace Reader s Digest Fund William H. Marlatt The Andrew W. Mellon Severance A. Millikin National City National Endowment for the Arts Ohio Arts Council Georgia O Keeffe The F. J. O Neill Charitable Corporation A. Dean Perry Elisabeth Severance Prentiss James S. Reid Jr. The Reinberger John L. Severance Carol and Michael Sherwin Kelvin Smith The Kelvin and Eleanor Smith State of Ohio Lockwood Thompson Richard Whitehill Paul D. Wurzburger Justin and Silvia Zverina Benefactor ($500,000 to $999,999) Anonymous BP America Hon. Joseph P. Carroll and Mrs. Carroll Ellen Wade Chinn Nelson Goodman The George Gund Lois U. Horvitz Frances S. Ingalls William Powell Jones Lillian M. Kern KeyBank Alma Kroeger Thomas A. Mann William G. Mather Bruce V. Mavec National Endowment for the Humanities R. Henry Norweb Francis F. Prentiss The Print Club of Cleveland Alfred M. Rankin Grace Rainey Rogers SBC Communications Inc. Ellery Sedgwick Jr. The Sherwick Fund Elizabeth M. Skala United Technologies Corporation Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Vignos Jr. Mrs. J. H. Wade The Womens Council of the Cleveland Museum of Art Dr. Norman W. Zaworski Benefactor Fellow ($250,000 to $499,999) Quentin Alexander Anonymous Raymond Q. and Elizabeth R. Armington Pamela Pratt Auchincloss and Garner Tullis Hanna H. and James T. Bartlett Louis Dudley Beaumont The Louis D. Beaumont Mike and Annie Belkin Emma R. Berne Emily E. and Dudley S. Blossom Jr. Leigh and Mary Carter Martha and Thomas Carter Warren H. Corning CVJ Corporation Robert H. Ellsworth Josephine P. and Dorothy Burnham Everett The J. Paul Getty Trust Morton Glaser Gladys B. Goetz George Gund III and Iara Lee Graham Gund Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP Peter and Peggy Horvitz James D. Ireland III The Kresge Helen A. and Fredrick S. Lamb Jon A. Lindseth Rosemarie and Leighton R. Longhi Robert A. Mann MBNA America Systems Metropolitan Savings Bank Thomas P. Miller India E. Minshall NACCO Industries, Inc. Lucia S. Nash Ohio SchoolNet Commission Leonna Prasse PTS Mildred Andrews Putnam Peter Putnam David Rollins Alexandre P. Rosenberg Sarah and Edwin Roth James N. Sherwin John and Frances M. Sherwin Nancy Baxter Skallerup Kathleen E. Smith Squire Sanders & Dempsey Katherine Holden Thayer Mrs. Chester D. Tripp U.S. Department of Commerce William E. Ward Katherine C. White Lewis C. Williams 48 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:44 PM

50 Endowment Benefactor ($100,000 to $249,999) Dudley P. Allen American Greetings Corporation Anonymous AT&T Bank One, N.A. Vernon W. Baxter Maud K. Bell Mildred K. Bickel The Family of Mrs. Robert H. Bishop Jeanne Miles Blackburn Maxeen and John Flower Hollis French Robert and Ann Friedman Robert I. Gale Jr. The GAR William J. Gordon The Florence Gould Elizabeth Firestone Graham Edward B. Greene Lucile and Robert H. Gries Charity Fund Musa Gustan Malcolm E. Kenney Edward A. Kilroy Jr. Ralph Thrall King Fred W. Koehler Jack W. Lampl Jr. Harley C. Lee Dr. and Mrs. Sherman E. Lee Herbert F. Leisy Peter B. Lewis John D. MacDonald Caroline Macnaughton Elizabeth B. Blossom Carl E. Haas Stephan Mazoh Mrs. Benjamin P. Bole The Hadden Mrs. Malcolm McBride Ronald and Isabelle Brown John Hadden Sr. Margaret H. S. McCarthy Willard Brown Ella Brummer E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter The Chubb Corporation Mrs. Harold T. Clark Cleveland Society for Contemporary Art The George W. Codrington Charitable Helen C. Cole Mildred Constantine Benedict Crowell Henry G. Dalton Dorothy Dehner James H. Dempsey Jr. Mrs. John B. Dempsey Edna H. Doller Dominion East Ohio Mrs. Salmon P. Halle Newman T. Halvorson Mrs. Leonard C. Hanna Mrs. Charles W. Harkness Edward S. Harkness Henry Hawley Rudolf J. Heinemann The Hershey Family Lawrence Hitchcock Michael Hoffman Arthur S. Holden James Horner Dr. Gergrude Hornung George M. Humphrey II George M. and Pamela S. Humphrey Fund Mrs. Albert S. Ingalls Mrs. Norman F. McDonough Mrs. P. J. McMyler Moselle Taylor Meals The Mellen Edward H. Merrin Samuel Merrin William Mathewson Milliken David and Lindsay Morgenthaler Sally S. and John C. Morley Barrie Morrison Gordon K. Mott The Murch The John P. Murphy Louis S. and Mary Schiller Myers George Oliva Jr. Lillian and Derek Ostergard Maurice Denis (French, ). Éva Meurier in a Green Dress, 1891; oil on canvas; 55 x 38 cm; William H. Marlatt Fund John D. Drinko Louise Rorimer Dushkin Eaton Corporation Edith Virginia Enkler Ernst & Young LLP Raymond F. Evans Eleanor and Morris Everett Marie and Hubert Fairchild Jane Iglauer Fallon International Business Machines Corp. James D. Ireland Virginia Jones Louis D. Kacalieff, M.D. Susan Kaesgen The Kangesser Joseph P. Keithley George S. Kendrick Park-Ohio Holdings James Parmelee Robert desteacy Paxton Payne Fund, Inc. Mrs. Rudolph J. Pepke Mary Witt Perkins Frank H. Porter Alfred M. Rankin Jr. Max Ratner Bruce Ferrini FirstEnergy Sarah P. and William R. Robertson 49 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:44 PM

51 Larry and Barbara S. Robinson Carole and Charles Rosenblatt Albrecht Saalfield Paul H. Sampliner Gilbert P. Schafer Ralph S. Schmitt The Sears-Swetland Ethelyne Seligman Dr. Gerard and Phyllis Seltzer Mrs. John L. Severance John and Frances W. Sherwin Rabbi Daniel and Adele Silver Eugene Stevens Louise Hawley Stone Norman W. and Ella A. Stone Mitsuru Tajima Double-Spouted Vessel. Peru, Wari style; ; ceramic, slip; h cm, diam cm; James Parmelee Fund Frank E. Taplin Jr. Richard B. Tullis Charlotte Vander Veer G. Garretson Wade George Garretson Wade Charitable Trust #2 Jeptha H. Wade III Evelyn S. and William E. Ward Worcester R. Warner The Raymond John Wean Alton W. Whitehouse Jr. Lewis B. Williams Mary Jo Wise Janette Wright Benefactor ($50,000 to $99,999) 1525 Charles Abel Shuree Abrams Accenture LLP Frances Almirall Amica Insurance Mrs. and Mrs. Matthew Andrews Anonymous Arnold S. Askin Lester P. and Marjorie W. Aurbach Mrs. S. Prentiss Baldwin Bank Leu AG Randall J. Barbato Theodore S. and Marcella M. Bard Dr. Ronald and Diane Bell Milena M. Benesovsky BF Goodrich Company/Tremco Ruth Blumka Charles P. Bolton Mrs. Chester C. Bolton Kathryn G. Bondy Wilbert S. Brewer Carol Brewster The Britton Fund Dr. and Mrs. Jerald S. Brodkey Jeanette Grasselli Brown and Glenn R. Brown Louise Ingalls Brown Edith Burrous Margaret Uhl Burrows Julius Cahen Mrs. Henry White Cannon Central National Bank Charter One Bank M. Roger Clapp Harold Terry Clark Cleveland-Cliffs, Inc. The Cleveland Clinic Ralph M. Coe Ralph F. Colin Stella M. Collins Mrs. John Lyon Collyer Daniel S. Connelly George B. Coombe Mrs. James W. Corrigan Alan Covell and K. Pak-Covell Wilbur A. Cowett Mr. and Mrs Robert R. Cull David E. and Bernice Sapirstein Davis Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Distad William Dove Zoann and Warren Dusenbury Dr. and Mrs. Paul G. Ecker Howard P. Eells Jr. Natasha Eilenberg A. W. Ellenberger Sr. Heinz Eppler Giuseppe Eskanazi Dr. and Mrs. Warren C. Fargo Arthur L. Feldman Ferro Corporation Pamela Humphrey Firman The Ford Mrs. James Albert Ford Ford Motor Company Forest City Enterprises, Inc. Mrs. Robert J. Frackelton The Family of Elizabeth Ege Freudenheim The Giant Eagle Marian Sheidler Gilbert Robert W. Gillespie Lucille F. Goldsmith (Lady) Marie Louise Gollan Joseph T. Gorman Richard I. Goss Josephine Grasselli Ann and Richard Gridley Thomas M. Hague Edgar A. Hahn Janice Hammond and Edward Hemmelgarn Mrs. Howard M. Hanna Mrs. Edward S. Harkness Osborne Hauge Victor Hauge Ruth C. Heede Hiroshi Hirota Liberty E. Holden Dr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Hollander John H. Hord Dr. and Mrs. Roger Y. K. Hsu Benjamin S. Hubbell Jr. The Gilbert W. and Louise Ireland Humphrey Marguerite B. Humphrey Helen Humphreys Jarmila Hyncik David S. Ingalls Jr. Kate Ireland R. Livingston Ireland Charles Isaacs and Carol Nigro Raymond T. Jackson Barbara Jacobs The Japan Homer H. Johnson Jones Day Paul Kaminsky Robert M. Kaye Harry D. Kendrick Mrs. Ralph Thrall King Irene Kissell R. B. Kitaj G. Robert Klein J. J. Klejman Kotecki Monuments, Inc. KPMG LLP William Krause The Samuel H. Kress Dennis W. LaBarre Rogerio Lam Oscar J. Lange The Laub Mrs. Raymond E. Lawrence Mary B. Lee Linden Trust Jack B. List Testamentary Trust Herbert M. Litton LTV Steel Company Henry Luce, Inc. Theodore M. Luntz Amanda and William P. Madar Brian and Florence Mahony Paul Mallon Jack and Lilyan Mandel 50 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:44 PM

52 Raga Suramananda, from a Ragamala series. India, Bilaspur, about 1750; ink and color on paper; 23.8 x 19.1 cm; Gift of Dr. Norman Zaworski Joseph and Florence Mandel Morton and Barbara Mandel Elizabeth Ring Mather and William Gwinn Mather Fund The S. Livingston Mather Charitable Trust Samuel Mather Mrs. William G. Mather Virginia Hosford Mathis Kathryn Arns May Eleanor Bonnie McCoy McDonald Investments Aline McDowell Judith K. and S. Sterling McMillan III Mrs. Myron E. Merry Dr. and Mrs. Ruben F. Mettler Dr. Leo Mildenberg Eugene R. Miles Robert D. Milne Harold S. Minoff Mrs. Paul Moore Nellie W. Morris Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Munro The David and Inez Myers Stephen Myers Klaus F. Naumann James A. Nelson Nordson Corporation David Z. Norton Laurence H. Norton The Norton-White- Gale Trust Mrs. R. Henry Norweb Jr. Earle W. Oglebay Frederick S. C. Perry Hobson L. Pittman John and Mary Preston Louise S. Richards RJF International John D. Rockefeller III John D. Rockefeller Jr. James J. Rorimer Milton C. Rose Charles S. Roseman Rosenberg and Stiebel Inc. J. King Rosendale The Samuel Rosenthal Gloria Ross Dr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Ross RPM, Inc. Arthur Sachs James A. Saks Maurice Saltzman Martha Bell Sanders William B. Sanders Dr. and Mrs. Robert Schermer Elliott L. Schlang Florence B. Selden Boake and Marian Sells Isosuke Setsu Takako and Iwao Setsu Francis M. Sherwin Asa and Patricia Shiverick Alvin A. Siegal Morris Siegel Mrs. Aye Simon Phyllis Sloane Herbert A. Spring Jr. Donald W. Strang Lillian and Henry Steinberg Oscar H. Steiner Frank Stella Ester R. Stern Howard F. Stirn Donald W. Strang Seth C. Taft Nelson S. Talbott Textile Arts Club Eugene Victor Thaw The Timken Company Paul Tishman Toshiba International William C. Treuhaft TRW John F. Turben Brenda and Evan Turner Thomas V. H. Vail Mrs. Jacob W. Vanderwerf Gertrude L. Vrana Mildred E. Walker Helen B. Warner Mrs. Worcester R. Warner Richard T. Watson The Weatherhead The S. K. Wellman Fred White Jr. Mrs. Windsor T. White Hugh R. Whiting Edward L. Whittemore Doris and Ed Wiener Ralph L. Wilson John Wise Helen B. Zink Tessim Zorach Anton and Rose Zverina Fund Frances S. Zverina 51 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:44 PM

53 Charlotte Salomon (German, ). Dinner Party (recto), ; gouache; 29.3 x 19.9 cm; Richard W. Whitehill Art Purchase Endowment Fund a b Legacy Society 2002 The Cleveland Museum of Art thanks the many members of the Legacy Society, including those who wish to remain anonymous, for their generosity, kindness, and support. Legacy Society members have created endowments or included the museum in a will, trust, or as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, IRA, or other retirement plan. These gifts help insure the museum s future for generations to come. Shuree Abrams Carolyn Adelstein Norman W. and Helen T. Allison Herbert Ascherman Jr. Marjorie Weil Aurbach+ Frances and Andrew Babinsky Doris Govan Ballengee+ Laurence and Nancy Bartell James T. and Hanna H. Bartlett Charitable Trust Norma E. Battes Mrs. Matthew A. Baxter+ Behm Carolyn H. Bemis Nancy Harris Beresford Dorothy A. and Don A. Berlincourt Mildred K. Bickel+ Dr. Harold and Lillian Bilsky Catherine F. Paris Biskind Flora Blumenthal Alfred C. Body John C. Bonebrake Helen and Albert Borowitz Ruth Gedeon Boza Gracey Bradley Louise Bradley Mrs. Wilbert S. Brewer+ Helen E. Brown+ Jeanette Grasselli Brown and Glenn R. Brown Ronald and Isabelle+ Brown Pauline+ and Clark Evans Bruner Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Buchanan Rita Whearty Buchanan Fred and Linda Buchler Alexander W. Budden Sally M. Buesch Honnie and Stanley Busch + deceased Pauline Bushman Milan and Jeanne Busta Ellen Wade Chinn Ray W. Clarke Betsy Nebel Cohen Karen M. and Kenneth L. Conley Martine V. Conway and Gerald A. Conway Kenneth Cooley George B. Coombe+ Mrs. John (Louise) Cooper Vincent R. Crew Ran K. Datta Bernice M. and David E.+ Davis E. Barbara Davis Helen and Al DeGulis Mrs. John B. Dempsey Edna H. Doller+ Mark Dreger in memory of Kelly Dreger Elizabeth Drinko Robert Duvin Bernard and Sheila Eckstein Caroline Emeny+ Elaine S. Engeln Edith Virginia Enkler+ Dr. and Mrs. Michael D. Eppig Heather Ettinger Eleanor Everett Arline C. Failor+ Hubert L. Fairchild Jane Iglauer Fallon+ Elizabeth Ludwig Fennell S. Jay Ferrari C. J. Fiordalis Marilyn L. Fisher Maxeen and John Flower Virginia Foley Edward L. Franke+ Mrs. Ralph I. Fried+ Mrs. Carl H. Ganzenmueller Phyllis Asquith Gary Dr. James E. Gibbs James W. Gifford+ F. David Gill Rocco Gioia Gladys B. Goetz+ Leonard C. Gradeck Ruth Thompson Grandin Richard C. Gridley Anne Groves Mr.+ and Mrs. David L. Grund Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro Graham Gund Joseph E. Guttman+ James C. Hageman Edward Halbe Marvin G. Halber+ Virginia Halvorson+ James J. Hamilton David A. Hardie and Howard John Link+ Jane Hanson Harris+ Thomas and Joan Hartshorne D. J. Hassler Masumi Hayashi Wade Farley Helms Dorothy P. Herron Rice Hershey Mary C. Hill Tom Hinson and Diana Tittle Arthur S. Holden Jr. Dr.+ and Mrs. Ralph F. Hollander Dr. Gertrude Seymour Hornung+ Michael J. Horvitz Patience Cameron Hoskins Elizabeth A. Hosmer Virginia Hubbell+ George M. Humphrey II Carola B. Hunt Grace Ellen Huntley+ Mary E. Huth+ Jarmila Hyncik+ Dr. and Mrs. Scott R. Inkley B. Scott Isquick Donald M. Jack Jr. Karen L. Jackson Sharon Faith Jacobs Robert J. Jergens Tom L. Johnson+ Adrienne L. Jones, M.D., and L. Morris Jones, M.D CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:44 PM

54 E. Bradley Jones Virginia Jones+ Louis D. Kacalieff, M.D.+ Etole and Julian Kahan Andrew Kahane Audrey Regan Kardos+ Mr.+ and Mrs. Joseph F. Keithley Patricia Kelley John Kelly Malcolm E. Kenney Patricia Kenney Lillian M. Kern+ Nancy H. Kiefer Edward A. Kilroy Jr. Mary F. King + G. Robert Klein Jay Robert Klein Thea Klestadt Gina and Richard Klym Margery A. Kowalski Mrs. Arthur Kozlow Helen A. and Fredrick S. Lamb Carolyn C. Lampl Mrs. Samuel H. Lamport Mildred Lerch+ Ellen Levine Jon and Virginia Lindseth Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Lobe Mary Luetkemeyer and Alfred Cahen Nancy and Byron Lutman Carolyn White MacNaughton+ Alice D. Malone Jack N. Mandel Robert A. Mann Samuel Mann Karen Lee Marano Wilbur J. Markstrom Dr. and Mrs. Sanford E. Marovitz Miss Isabel Marting+ Bruce V. Mavec Kathryn Arns May+ Malcolm L. McBride+ Mary W. and William K. McClung Eleanor Bonnie McCoy Marguerite H. McGrath Judith and Ted McMillan William W. and Pamela M. McMillan Ivan Mezi Edith and Ted Miller Lynn Underwood Minnich Alice Mitchell William A. Mitchell Beryl and Irv Moore Geraldine M. Moose Bessie Corso Morgan+ Gordon K. Mott+ J. P. Mower+ Margaret and Werner+ Mueller Anthony C. Nassif, M.D. George Oliva III George Oliva Jr. Marilyn B. Opatrny Mrs. James M. Osborne+ Aurel F. Ostendorf+ Frederick Woodworth Pattison Robert De Steacy Paxton+ Mrs. Rudolph J. Pepke+ Mrs. A. Dean Perry+ Peter Pfouts Emily M. Phillips Florence KZ Pollack Jean C. Price+ Lois S.+ and Stanley M. Proctor Dr. and Mrs. Frank Rack M. Neal Rains Mrs. Alfred M. Rankin Donna and James Reid Robert S. and Sylvia K. Reitman David Rollins+ James J. Roop Audra L. and George M. Rose Jackie and Norton Rose Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt Dr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Ross Aurelie A. Sabol James A. Saks Elliott L. and Gail C. Schlang A. Benedict Schneider, M.D. Bryan K. Schwegler Elizabeth Wade Sedgwick Ralph and Roslyn Seed Kate M. Sellers Dr. Gerard and Phyllis Seltzer Mrs. William H. Shackleton Larry and Margaret Shaffer Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Shapiro Elizabeth Carroll Shearer Dr. Walter Sheppe Kathleen Burke Sherwin+ Michael and Carol Sherwin Patricia and Asa+ Shiverick Joseph Shrier Miriam, Stanley, and Kenneth Shuler Rosalind and Sidney H. Silber Adele Z. and Daniel+ Silver Dr. and Mrs. John A. Sims Naomi G. Singer Alden and Ellen D. Smith Kathleen E. Smith+ Katherine Solender and Dr. William E. Katzin Rochelle A. Solomon Barbara J. Stanford Lois C. and Thomas G. Stauffer Dr. Willard D. Steck Saundra K. Stemen Ester R. Stern+ Dr. Myron B. and Helene Stern Eleanor E. Stone+ Lois and Stanley M. Stone Zenta Sulcs+ The Irving Sunshine Family Frances P. and Seth Taft Josephine and Nelson Talbott Susan and Andrew Talton Charles H. Teare Fred+ and Betty Toguchi Mrs. William C. Treuhaft+ Mr.+ and Mrs. Richard B. Tullis Dorothy Ann Turick Brenda and Evan Turner Robert A. Urban Mary Louise Vail+ Marshall A. Veigel Nicholas J. Velloney Catherine G. Veres Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Vignos Jr. William E. Ward John C. Wasmer Jr. Mrs. Daniel T. Weidenthal Frederick Weizman Dr. Joyce West Marcia J. Wexberg and Kenneth D. Singer Marilyn J. White Alton W. Whitehouse Jr. Hugh and Sherry Whiting Douglas Wick Burt T. Williams Mrs. Lewis C. Williams Roy L. Williams Mary Jo Wise+ Lenora R. Wolf+ Mrs. Paul Wurzburger Dr. William F. Zornow Small Sword. Switzerland, Geneva(?) (blade: Germany, Solingen), around ; hilt: gold with translucent enamel, blade: blued and gilded steel; l. 97 cm; Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:44 PM

55 Chair. Designed by Jens Risom (American, b. Denmark, ) about 1942; modified by Knoll Associates Inc. about 1946; birch, cotton webbing; 78.7 x 44.5 x 50.8 cm; Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Loughrey Named Endowment Funds for Art Purchase, Specific Purpose, and Operations The following list salutes the individuals, families, and organizations whose named endowment funds for art purchase, specific purpose, and operations provide an assured source of income for the museum and serve as a lasting legacy to their generosity and foresight. Based on market value as of December 31, 2002 **new fund or activity in 2002 Endowment Funds Art Purchase $10,000,000 and more Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Bequest William H. Marlatt Fund Severance A. and Greta Millikin $1,000,000 to $5,999,999 Dorothea Wright Hamilton Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings $400,000 to $999,999 Delia E. Holden $100,000 to $249,999 Hershey Family Fund Louis Severance Higgins L. E. Holden Louis D. Kacalieff, M.D. James A. Parmelee Carole W. and Charles B. Rosenblatt** Jane B. Tripp Up to $99,999 John Cook Fund Charlotte Ekker and Charlotte Vanderveer A. W. Ellenberger Sr. Ruthe and Heinz Eppler Julius L. Greenfield Lawrence Hitchcock Tom L. Johnson Mary Spedding Milliken Alma and Robert Milne Judith and James A. Saks in memory of Lynn and Dr. Joseph Tomarkin** Dr. Gerard and Phyllis Seltzer Elizabeth Carroll Shearer Nicholas J. Velloney William E. Ward** Anne Elizabeth Wilson Fund Endowment Funds Specific Purpose $1,000,000 and more Robert P. Bergman, Curatorial Chair for Medieval Art** Robert P. Bergman Fund** George P. Bickford, Curatorial Chair for Indian and Southeast Asian Art Ernest L. and Louise M. Gartner Fund Andrew W. Mellon Reinberger John and Frances Sherwin Fine Arts Garden $500,000 to $999,999 Andrew W. Mellon, Publications Research and Publications The Paul J. and Edith Ingalls Vignos Jr. Curator of European Painting** $250,000 to $499,999 The Noah L. Butkin Fund Ellen Wade Chinn Harold T. Clark Educational Extension Fund Rufus M. Ullman** Delia H. White Anton and Rose Zverina Music Fund** Rose E. Zverina Alma Kroeger Edwin R. and Harriet Pelton Perkins $100,000 to $249,999 Mildred K. Bickel $250,000 to $399,999 Lillian M. Kern Fund Richard W. Whitehill Edward L. Whittemore Marie K. and Hubert L. Fairchild Fund** The FUNd at the Cleveland Museum of Art Marianne Millikin Hadden Fund L. E. Holden Gertrude S. Hornung Zane Bland Odenkirk and Magdalena Maillard Odenkirk F. J. O Neill 54 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

56 Up to $99,999 Lydia May Ames Matthew Andrews Robert Blank Art Scholarship Fund Arthur, Asenath, and Walter H. Blodgett Fund Louise M. Dunn Fund Netta Faris Fine Arts Garden The Gallery Group Gilpin Scholarship Fund of Karamu House James C. Hageman in memory of Mrs. Elta Albaugh Schleiff Charlotte L. Halas Flora E. Hard Fund Guerdon Stearns Holden Dorothy Humel Hovorka Musical Arts Fund Frank and Margaret Hyncik Fund Albertha T. Jennings Musical Arts Malcolm E. Kenney Special Exhibitions** Ellen Bonnie Mandel Children s Education Fund Robert A. Mann Herman R. Marshall Malcolm Martin Ethel Cable McCabe Thomas Munro Fund S. Louise Pattison Preservation and Conservation of Asian Paintings Edd A. Ruggles Fund Adolph Benedict and Ila Roberts Schneider Music Fund Charles Frederick Schweinfurth Scholarship Charlotte F. J. Vanderveer H. E. Weeks for Art and Architecture Mary H. White Womens Council Flower Fund** Dorothy H. Zak Endowment Funds Operating $10,000,000 and more Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Bequest Membership Endowment $1,000,000 to $5,999,999 Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Benjamin S. Hubbell Family Fund Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings William G. Mather Katherine Holden Thayer $500,000 to $999,999 Charles R. and Emma M. Berne Fund Roberta Holden Bole Alison Loren and Leslie Burt Fund in memory of Albert and Doris Glaser Dorothea Wright Hamilton Louise H. and David S. Ingalls James S. Reid Jr.** Silvia and Justin Zverina Fund in memory of Lillie and Adolph Wunderlich $250,000 to $499,999 Julia Cobb and Benedict Crowell Fund Josephine P. and Dorothy B. Everett Charles W. Harkness Margaret Huntington Smith McCarthy F. J. O Neill Richard B. and Chaille H. Tullis Anna L. Vanderwerf Fund G. Garretson Wade Richard W. Whitehill Lewis C. and Lydia Williams $100,000 to $249,999 Quentin and Elisabeth Alexander Elizabeth G. Drinko Frances W. and David S. Ingalls Edward A. Kilroy Jr.** William H. Marlatt Fund Estate of Malcolm L. McBride** Laurence H. Norton Alton and Helen Whitehouse Up to $99,999 George P. Bickford Arthur, Asenath, and Walter H. Blodgett Fund Wilbert S. Brewer Noah and Muriel Butkin Julius Cahan Mrs. Harold T. Clark Mary Elder Crawford Nancy W. Danford Julia and James Dempsey Bernard and Sheila Eckstein Adele C. and Howard P. Eells Jr. Eleanor and Morris Everett Elsa C. and Warren C. Fargo Robert I. Gale Jr. and Frances W. Gale Newman T. and Virginia M. Halvorson** Arthur S. Holden Jr. Ralph and Mildred Hollander Michael J. Horvitz James D. and Cornelia W. Ireland James Endowment** Ada E. Koehler Caroline MacNaughton Ruth K. McDonough Severance A. Millikin David and Dorothy Morris George Oliva Jr. Rudolph J. Pepke Helen G. and A. Dean Perry Alfred M. Rankin Louis Rorimer William B. Sanders Glenn C. Sheidler Francis M. and Margaret Halle Sherwin James N. and Kathleen B. Sherwin Jane B. Tripp Paul J. and Edith Ingalls Vignos George Garretson Wade Worcester Reed and Cornelia Blakemore Warner Lewis B. and Helen C. Williams Paul D. and Odette V. Wurzburger Till Freiwald (German, b. Peru, 1963). Untitled, 2001; watercolor over graphite; x cm; John L. Severance Fund CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

57 Individual and Contributing Membership Endowments for General Operations The following list salutes the individuals, families, and organizations whose named membership endowment funds for operations provide an assured source of income for the museum and serve as a lasting legacy to their generosity and foresight. Based on cumulative giving as of December 31, 2002 **new fund or activity in 2002 Allan McCollum (American, b. 1944). More Visible Markers in Twelve Exciting Colors, 2000; painted Hydrocal; 12 sculptures, each 4.5 x 10.3 cm; Dorothea Wright Hamilton Fund $25,000 to $49,999 Marie N. Agee Anonymous #5 Arthur, Asenath, and Walter Blodgett Myrta Jones Cannon Howard Melville Hanna III Lawrence Hitchcock David H. Jacobs Franny Tewksbury and Ralph T. King G. Robert and Mary Elizabeth Klein Jack and Carolyn Lampl Patricia C. LeMaster Aline McDowell Eugene R. Miles Ralph J. Mueller Carl L. and Florence B. Selden John and Frances W. Sherwin Nelson S. Talbott Fund in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kirk Large Frank E. and Edith S. Taplin Thomas V. H. Vail Dr. William F. Zornow** $10,000 to $24,999 Anonymous #3 Anonymous #9 Raymond Q. and Elizabeth Riely Armington Barbara J. and Matthew A. Baxter** Virginia R. Billinghurst Eleanor and Sevier Bonnie Frances Kelleher Bradner Linda Bole Brooks Louise Brown Katherine Ward Burrell The Champney Fund Harold T. Clark Cleveland-Cliffs Phyllis G. and Jacob D. Cox Jr. Estelle M. and Alton C. Dustin Pamela Humphrey Firman J. Harrington Glidden Edgar A. Hahn Robert L. and Lois M. Hays George M. Humphrey II George M. and Pamela S. Humphrey Albert S. Ingalls Jr. David S. Ingalls Jr. Ann J. and E. Bradley Jones Ruthalia Keim Richard and Gina Klym** Harley C. and Elizabeth K. Lee Helen S. Leisy Robert Arthur Mann Samuel and Grace Mann Judith K. and S. Sterling McMillan III** Donna and Ruben Mettler Marilyn B. Opatrny Aurel F. Ostendorf S. V. Palda Franklin and Helen Elizabeth Rockefeller Daniel and Adele Z. Silver Chester D. Tripp Atheline M. and John S. Wilbur Womens Council of The Cleveland Museum of Art Susan Barber Woodhill Dr. and Mrs. E. K. Zaworski Up to $9,999 Frances Adams and Mary E. Adams Walter S. and Mabel Croston Adams Alfred S. and Estelle G. Andrews Anonymous #1 Anonymous #2 Anonymous #8 Anonymous #10 Stella Minor Arntisdale Eva M. Baker ** S. Prentiss Baldwin A. Beverly Barksdale Esther K. and Elmer G. Beamer Arnold Bellowe W. Dominick Benes George P. and Clara G. Bickford George T. Bishop Roberta Holden Bole Alfred M. and Palmyre C. Bonhard Helen and Albert Borowitz Alva Bradley Morris A. Bradley Emma G. Brassington Arthur L. and Virginia Brockway Arthur D. and Marion W. Brooks The Oliver and Harriet G. Brooks Glenn and Jenny Brown Helen C. Brown Erza and Rose Brudno Katherine Hodell Chilcote Alvah Stone and Adele Corning Chisolm Kenneth L. and Karen M. Conley Charles E. Cooper Delos and Anita Cosgrove Tina V. Cowgill Mrs. Harry J. Crawford Harris Creech Mary Elizabeth Crawford Croxton Nathan L. Dauby Bernice and David E. Davis Elaine Davis Helen and Albert DeGulis Elizabeth Brainard Thomson Denison Edwin A. Dodd John R. Donnell Daniel W. Dority Robert P. Duvin William Joseph Eastman Ella C. Edison Maud Stager Eells and Howard Parmelee Frederick L. Emeny Sam W. and Florence Taylor Emerson Dr. and Mrs. Michael D. Eppig Alwin C. and Charlotte F. Ernst Neil and Marian Evans Harold Fallon Adolph J. and Esther S. Farber Paul Louis and Edith Lehman Feiss Polly S. and Clark E. Bruner James Edward Ferris Laura Merryweather Burgess C. J. and Elizabeth Fiordalis Courtney Burton Royal and Pamela H. Firman Jr. Alice Carothers Flesheim Walter L. Flory 56 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

58 Eugène Atget (French, ). The Park at Sceaux (April 1925, 7 a.m.), 1925, from Atget numbering series Sceaux #37; arrowroot print, goldtoned; 22.9 x 17.6 cm; The Severance and Greta Millikin Purchase Fund Mary Eileen Fogarty Kate L. Fontius Dr. and Mrs. Finley M. K. Foster I. T. Frary Karen Freeman Miriam and Harry M. Friedman Edward M. Fritz W. Yost Fulton Frederick William Gehring Hulda B. Gehring Myron E. and Rose B. Glass Mary G. and Frances K. Glidden George C. Gordon Herbert G. Goulder Gary Graffman C. A. Grasselli Edward Grasselli Jerome Gratry John Adam Green Martina D. Grenwis Richard C. Gridley Frank K. Greisinger Frank J. and Anastasia M. Grossman ** Mrs. Ray J. Groves David L. Grund Agnes Gund George Gund III, Agnes Gund, Gordon Gund, Graham de C. Gund, Geoffrey de C. Gund, and Louise L. Gund James C. Hageman Georgia S. Haggerty Bertha Halber Eugene S. and Blanche R. Halle Helen C. Halle Salmon P. Halle Harold A. and Claribel B. Hallstein Florence A. Hamilton Colburn Haskell Robert Heller Birdie B. Herzog Laurence A. and Margarete S. Higgins Eleanor Hilliard Mrs. J. Howard Holan Elinor Irwin Holden Allen C. and Louise Q. Holmes Helen Chisholm Hord Bird W. Housum Mrs. Gene C. Hutchinson Albert S. Ingalls Jane Taft Ingalls Richard Inglis Dr. and Mrs. Scott R. Inkley Ireland Paul F. and Lucretia B. Ireland Henry L. Jackson Issac and Jennie B. Joseph Louis D. Kacalieff, M.D. I. Theodore Kahn Mrs. I. Theodore Kahn Samuel S. and Dorothy D. Kates Marie and John Kern Charles G. King III W. Griffin King Jr. Louise Delaney Kiphuth Jessie Effler Kneisel Ella Konigslow Elroy J. Kulas Dr. and Mrs. Victor C. Laughlin Caral Gimbel Lebworth Elmer Lindseth Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Lobe William A. Lowry George C. Lucas John S. Lucas Marilyn Lurie Charlmer F. Lutz Hilda B. Lyman Isabel Marting 57 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

59 Grace Harman Mather Katherine L. Mather William G. and Elizabeth R. Mather Mike Matsko Ruth A. Matson Kathryn Arns May Clara Mayer William B. McAllister Malcolm L. and Lucia McCurdy McBride Ellen E. and Lewis A. McCreary S. Sterling McMillan Moselle Taylor Meals Dr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Mendelsohn Frederick Metcalf H. Oothout Milliken Hugh K. Milliken Julia Severance Millikin Thomas S. and Marie E. Milliken Anna Willett Miter and Harry Fancher Fanny Hanna Moore Mrs. J. E. Morley Mrs. Cox Morrill Gordon K. Mott Werner D. Mueller Jeanie C. Murray Mary and Louis S. Myers Robert C. Norton Harry D. and Blanche E. Norvell John O Connor Crispin and Kate Oglebay George Oliva III William M. O Neill Marion A. and Amelia G. Parsons G. G. G. Peckham Mrs. Heaton Pennington Drake T. Perry M. H. Pierce Mary B. S. Pollock Henry F. Pope Eda Sherwin Prescott John B. Putnam Frank J. and Rita M. Rack Lucille Ralls Robert S. and Sylvia K. Reitman James McElroy Richardson Lillian Rosenbaum Dr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Ross Walter Ross Walter D. Sayle Mrs. William Cramp Scheetz Jr. Else Schmelzer Heinz Schneider Ellen Schultz Charles P. and Ella R. Scovill The Sears-Swetland Elizabeth and Ellery Sedgwick Mary H. Severance Samuel Paisley Shane Perin Shirley Vladimir G. and Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch Allard and Margaret E. Smith James A. and Elizabeth B. D. Smith Nathalie C. Spence Marion H. Spiller Louis Stearn Avery L. Sterner Nathalie B. Steuer Judith Helen and Martha A. Stewart John M. Stickney Morris and Maxeen Stone Selina J. Sullivan Seth and Frances Taft Charles Farrand Taplin Stan Thomas Brenda and Evan Turner Joseph and Edwin Upson Mary Southworth Upson Samuel H. and Bessie Shaw Urdang Dorothy T. Van Loozen Visible Language George Garretson Wade Whitney and Florence S. Warner John C. Wasmer Jr. Sada D. Watters Mrs. Daniel T. Weidenthal Robert L. Weston Roy M. Wheeler Kathleen F. Whidden Martha W. White Miriam Norton White Roland W. White Walter C. White Hugh R. Whiting Douglas Wick R. C. Williams Captain and Mrs. Thomas Wilson Boris Witzer Elbert C. and Henrietta S. Wixom J. D. Wright Clara Gordon York Wilbur H. and Robert L. Zink William H. and Bertha S. Zink General Operating Endowment Contributors Dr. and Mrs. Webb Chamberlain Cohen & Company Ralph M. and Rosalie K. Della Ratta Scribner Fauver The Figgie Family Charitable, Inc. Virginia Q. Foley Estate of Edward L. Franke Dr. and Mrs. Laurence K. Groves Robert A. Hahn, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Shattuck Wellman Hartwell Jr. Schuyler Schenck Haskell Morrie E. and Edith F. Hirsch Elizabeth A. Holan Dr. and Mrs. William L. Huffman Estate of Grace Ellen Huntley Jack Family Jane Frankel Interiors Stanley T. Jaros Norman S. Jeavons Estate of Virginia L. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Katz Ewald Kundtz George S. Lockwood Jr. Randall D. Luke Richard A. Manuel Richard G. Mecaskey Frank T. and Suzanne M. Murray Edward Oberndorf William M. Osborne Jr. David F. Reid John P. Reinartz Estate of David J. Rollins Elliott L. Schlang David M. Schneider John P. Schneider Carlton B. Schnell Gordon Parks (American, b. 1912). Untitled (Muhammad Ali with Children), about 1970; gelatin silver print; 22.9 x 33.7 cm; Norman O. Stone and Ella A. Stone Fund by exchange CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

60 Stuart Davis (American, ). Two Figures and El (Sixth Avenue El, No. 2), 1931; lithograph; 28 x 38.1 cm; Cole and Myers 17; Gift of various donors to the department of Prints and Drawings Estate of Kathleen Burke Sherwin Estate of Eleanore E. Stone William W. Taft Marshall H. Ulf Vixseboxse Art Galleries, Inc. Alfred C. Woodcock Building Endowment Contributors Estate of Edith Virginia Enkler Estate of Kathryn Arns May Morris Siegel Trust Fund Income for Art Purchase, Specific Purpose, and Operations The following list acknowledges the individuals and families whose trusts provided income to the museum in Art Purchase Dudley P. Allen Karl B. Goldfield Severance and Greta Millikin John L. Severance Norman O. Stone and Ella A. Stone J. H. Wade Specific Purpose Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Hermon A. Kelley Art Library P. J. McMyler Musical Endowment Operating Harry F. and Edna J. Burmester Caroline E. Coit Henry G. Dalton General Endowment Guerdon S. Holden John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust Hinman B. Hurlbut Horace Kelley Art William Curtis Morton, Maud Morton, and Kathleen Morton Elisabeth Severance Prentiss Katherine Holden Thayer Fund #3 John Mason Walter and Jeanne M. Walter William E. Ward Capital Projects Edith Virginia Enkler The Garden Club of Cleveland Holden Parks Trust Michael J. Horvitz The HRH Family s The Louise H. and David S. Ingalls Susan Kaesgen Nancy F. and Joseph P. Keithley Elizabeth Ring Mather and William Gwinn Mather Fund Kathryn Arns May The Andrew W. Mellon James S. Reid Jr. The Sears-Swetland Family Morris Siegel The Kelvin and Eleanor Smith State of Ohio, Capital Appropriations Restricted Operating Gifts (Special Projects, Programs, and Exhibitions) $100,000 or more The Freeman The George Gund National City Corp. Ohio SchoolNet Commission $25,000 to $99,999 Hellenic Preservation Society Metropolitan Bank & Trust SBC Toshiba International United States Department of Commerce Womens Council of The Cleveland Museum of Art $10,000 to $24,999 Adelphia Communications Eaton Corporation The J. Paul Getty Trust The Andrew W. Mellon Ms. Shelby White and Mr. Leon Levy Young Audiences of Greater Cleveland, Inc. $2,500 to $9,999 Hexiad International Consultancy Group The Laub V. V. Cooke $1,000 to $2,499 Sharon S. Divell National Film Preservation Roy L. Williams The Wipper Family Fund Under $1,000 Chipotle DanDee Burton Deutsch Donatos Gallery Group, Inc. Great Lakes Brewing Company Mr. Hero Richard Rose Wild Oats 59 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

61 ANNUAL GIVING Two would-be knights gaze at a two-handed sword. Annual Giving includes all gifts to support the museum s annual operating budget. We wish to thank members of our donors circles and corporate membership programs, patron and contributing members, and the many others who contributed to the annual giving program in $25,000 or more Anonymous James T. Bartlett Leigh Carter George Gund III and Iara Lee Janice Hammond and Edward Hemmelgarn Michael J. Horvitz Robert M. Kaye Joseph P. Keithley Bruce V. Mavec Mrs. Alfred M. Rankin Alfred M. Rankin Jr. James Ratner James S. Reid Jr. Michael Sherwin Eugene Stevens $10,000 to $24,999 Randall J. Barbato Dr. Ronald and Diane Bell Mrs. William H. Bemis Charles P. Bolton Mrs. Noah L. Butkin Mrs. Austin B. Chinn Helen C. Cole Mrs. Warren Dusenbury Joseph M. Erdelac Dr. and Mrs. John Flower Robert W. Gillespie Joseph T. Gorman Robert D. Gries John Hildt Lillian L. Hudimac James D. Ireland III Barbara Jacobs Edward A. Kilroy Jr. Dennis W. LaBarre Jon A. Lindseth William P. Madar Milton Maltz Morton L. Mandel William C. McCoy Jr. David T. Morgenthaler John C. Morley Mary Schiller Myers Stephen E. Myers Lucia S. Nash Mrs. R. Henry Norweb Jr. Alison and Roger F. Rankin Sarah P. and William R. Robertson Larry J. B.+ and Barbara S. Robinson Edwin M. Roth Elliott L. Schlang Dr. and Mrs. Gerard Seltzer Ruth Shugart Alvin A. Siegal Edward C. Smith Steven Spilman John F. Turben Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Vignos Richard T. Watson $5,000 to $9,999 Quentin Alexander Daniel F. Austin James and McKey Berkman Paul S. Brentlinger Anne M. Clapp Morton Cohen Gerald A. Conway Robert R. Cull Albert J. DeGulis Mrs. John B. Dempsey Dr. and Mrs. Michael D. Eppig Giuseppe Eskenazi Robert S. Friedman Mrs. Robert I. Gale Jr. Richard C. Gridley James B. Griswold Robert N. Gudbranson Mrs. Harry Richard Horvitz Joan Horvitz Marguerite B. Humphrey Patience and George M. Humphrey II Robert H. Jackson Helen Kangesser Douglas A. Kern Stuart F. Kline John D. Koch Mrs. Jack W. Lampl Jr. Toby Devan Lewis Kathryn Arns May+ Joseph B. Milgram Jr. Harold S. Minoff William A. Mitchell Stephen C. Morris II Donald W. Morrison Eric T. Nord William J. O Neill Jr. Leon M. Plevin Robert S. Reitman Leighton A. Rosenthal Robert S. Rutledge David M. Schneider Leonard S. Schwartz and Charlotte R. Kramer Mark Schwartz and Dr. Bettina Katz + deceased 60 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

62 Boake A. Sells Edward H. Frost Dr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Ross Howard F. Stirn Donald W. Strang Joseph D. Sullivan Seth C. Taft Nelson S. Talbott David Haber Warshawsky George F. Wasmer Charles D. Weller Mrs. Paul Wurzburger Dr. Norman W. Zaworski $2,500 to $4,999 Paul R. Abbey A. Chace Anderson Elizabeth L. Armington Agnes M. Armstrong Henry T. Barratt Myron Belkin Richard J. Blum and Harriet L. Warm Edward B. Brandon William R. Calfee Francis J. Callahan George N. Chandler II Robert W. Clark Dr. and Mrs. John Collis Kenneth L. Conley Robert Conrad William H. Coquillette George Daniels Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Distad Tamara M. Durn and Rick Doody Robert P. Duvin Mrs. Morris Everett Allen H. Ford Judith Gerson Robert A. Goodman Right Reverend and Mrs. J. Clark Grew Mary C. Hill Elizabeth A. Holan Arthur S. Holden Jr. Dr. and Mrs. William L. Huffman Donald M. Jack Jr. James R. Janetz Drs. Morris and Adrienne Jones Walter E. Kalberer John E. Katzenmeyer Ralph and Terry Kovel Marvin L. Lader Kurt Liljedahl David P. Locke Edward A. Lozick Randall D. Luke Elizabeth McBride Gerald Messerman Lester Theodore Miller Steve and Dolly Minter David Moreno Thomas W. Morris Dr. and Mrs. Roland W. Moskowitz William M. Osborne Jr. Henry Ott-Hansen Francine and Benson Pilloff Richard P. Price Thomas A. Quintrell Dr. and Mrs. Louis Rakita Albert B. Ratner Katharine and Bryan S. Reid Robert A. Rieger Norton W. Rose Professor Alan Miles Ruben and Judge Betty Willis Ruben James A. Saks William J. Schlageter Paul J. Schlather David L. Selman John L. Selman Dennis Sherwin Kim Sherwin Edwin Z. Singer David W. Sloan Phyllis Sloane John E. Smeltz Herbert Smith Charles L. Smythe Richard A. Statesir and Georganne Vartorella Brit and Kate Stenson Lawrence E. Stewart Robert D. Storey Neil Thompson William K. Wamelink Alton W. Whitehouse Jr. Steven R. Wiesenberger Mrs. Lewis C. Williams Bertram L. Wolstein David L. Zoeller $1,000 to $2,499 Peter W. Adams Stanley and Hope Adelstein Richard B. Ainsworth Jr. Theodore M. Alfred Norman W. Allison B. Charles Ames William R. Anderson Janet G. and Gregory J. Ashe Graham G. Ashmead, M.D. Keith A. Ashmus George Barry Laurence A. Bartell James L. Bayman Mrs. Patrick H. Beall Russell John Bechkowiak Richard E. Beeman Jules Belkin Dr. Robert B. Benyo Jeffrey M. Biggar Ted and Catherine Biskind William P. Blair III Mrs. Lawrence Blumenthal Mrs. Jerome Boron Helen and Albert Borowitz Jerome Borstein Mrs. Morris A. Bradley II James J. Branagan John R. Brandt John G. Breen Jack L. Brown Stephen R. Brown Robert Bruml Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Buchanan Alexander W. Budden John F. Burke Jr. and Nancy A. Fuerst Linda R. Butler and Steven E. Nissen, M.D. William E. Butler Mrs. Sumner Canary Mrs. Arthur F. Carey Harry Carlson Frank B. Carr George B. Chapman Jr. Kimberly and George B. Chapman III Donald Cherry Drs. William A. Chilcote Jr. and Barbara S. Kaplan Corning Chisholm Jeffrey E. Christian Mrs. Ralph A. Colbert Brian Cook David E. Cook Evan R. Corns Alfred G. Corrado Dr. and Mrs. Dale H. Cowan Thomas W. Cristal Timothy J. Curtiss Anthony Canova s Terpsichore presides as visitors enjoy gallery CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

63 Mrs. S. L. Dancyger Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Daroff Mrs. David E. Davis Shirley B. Dawson Peter J. Dobbins Marian Drost George J. Dunn Gertrude A. Dyson Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Eiben Dr. and Mrs. Henry Eisenberg Dr. and Mrs. R. Bennett Eppes Donald Esarove Jeff Ettinger Mrs. William H. Evans Warren W. Farr Jr. Bruce Felder Dr. and Mrs. Aaron E. Feldman Arthur L. Feldman A field trip from the Cain Park School for the Arts, a summer day camp in Cleveland Heights, visits the Asian galleries. Lauren and Scott Fine Mrs. Seth M. Fitchet John Fletcher Frederick Floyd Mrs. George Foley Charles D. and Charlotte A. Fowler Peter L. Galvin Mrs. Richard N. Ganger Stephen H. Gariepy Alison W. Gee Stuart Giller Robert M. Ginn Dr. and Mrs. Victor M. Goldberg Sally A. Good Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Gretter Mrs. Jerome Grover David H. Gunning Peter Guren Elaine Grasselli Hadden Richard H. Hahn Jeffrey Halpern Samuel S. Hartwell Dr. and Mrs. Shattuck Wellman Hartwell Jr. Donald F. Hastings Henry R. Hatch III Robert K. Healey Kenneth F. Hegyes Bettyann and Wade Farley Helms Oliver C. Henkel Mrs. Charles Hickox Edith F. and Morrie E. Hirsch Mrs. Ralph F. Hollander Richard R. Hollington Douglas Q. Holmes Dorothy Humel Hovorka Norman Hyams Robert A. Immerman E. Dale Inkley Dr. and Mrs. Scott R. Inkley Fred Isenstadt B. Scott Isquick Stanley T. Jaros Edwin T. Jeffery Brooks M. Jones Theodore T. Jones Trevor and Jennie Jones Dr. and Mrs. Donald W. Junglas Henri Pell Junod Jr. Dieter Kaesgen Thomas Fisher Kahn Richard Kaplan Patricia Keating James Kendis Robert D. Kendis Robert J. Kichler Dr. and Mrs. William S. Kiser Stephen J. Knerly Stewart Kohl Lawrence and Helen Korach Arthur J. Lafave Albert Wade Laisy Dr. and Mrs. Michael E. Lamm Samuel H. Lamport Robert Larson Robert A. Lauer David Lazar Jamie R. Lebovitz Dr. and Mrs. L. Douglas Lenkoski Albert Leonetti and Ruth Anna Carlson Morton Q. Levin Chester J. Lis Robert A. Little Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Lobe Dr. Floyd D. Loop and Dr. Bernadine P. Healy Paul G. Lowe Michael D. Lundin William Estes MacDonald Jr. Dr. Alvin and Lorrie Magid J. Grant Margrett Alan Markowitz, M.D., and Cathy Pollard Dr. Harold and Suzanne Mars Mrs. Walter A. Marting Alexander McAfee Sean McAvoy Dr. and Mrs. Patrick M. McCarthy Mrs. Frederick S. McConnell Jr. Stanley A. Meisel Anthony R. Michel Dr. and Mrs. Beno Michel Mrs. Alex Miller John M. Mino and Nancy Bowdring A. Malachi Mixon III Rita Montlack and Howard J. Freedman Richard Keith Morgan Shirley O. Morgan Richard J. Moroscak William J. Morse Jeffrey Mostade and Eric Nilson Patrick S. Mullin Creighton B. Murch and Janice A. Smith Susan B. Murphy Helen M. Murway Mrs. David N. Myers Robert D. Neary Mrs. James Nelson Francis Wynne Neville Stuart Neye Charles J. Nock Jr. Daurine Noll Brad Norrick George Oliva Jr. Tod Oliva Mrs. F. J. O Neill Mrs. Donald C. Opatrny Harvey Oppmann Jon H. Outcalt C. W. Eliot Paine David Paris Bob and Trisha Pavey E. Lee Perry Dr. and Mrs. Harlan R. Peterjohn Michael J. Peterman Florence KZ Pollack Larry I. Pollock Frank H. Porter Jr. Stanley M. Proctor Sylvia Profenna Cynthia E. Rallis Cathy Randall Bruce T. Rankin Andrew K. Rayburn and Heather Guess Alan J. Reid Charles B. Rosenblatt Robert J. Roth Vaughn P. Rubin Florence Brewster Rutter Marjorie Bell Sachs Clarine Saks Raymond Sawyer Thomas J. Scanlon Robert J. Schneider Marcia R. Schreibman Oliver E. Seikel 62 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

64 Thomas W. Seitz Barbara K. Sheffler Joseph Shrier Gary M. Siegel Lawrence N. Siegler Mrs. Daniel J. Silver Susan N. Silverberg David L. Simon Richey Smith Jeffrey H. Smythe Katherine Solender and Dr. William E. Katzin Donald H. Spitz Dr. and Mrs. Gottfried K. Spring Herbert A. Spring R. Thomas Stanton Dr. Willard D. Steck Charles Steigerwald William H. Steinbrink Leonard Stein-Sapir Dr. Timothy Stephens and Dr. Consuelo M. Sousa Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Straffon John K. Sullivan Mary E. Suzor William W. Taft Helen N. Tomlinson Leonard K. Tower Mrs. George S. Traub Mrs. Richard Barclay Tullis Robert F. Vail Jr. Robert A. Valente Peter van Dijk Tinkham Veale II Charles L. Venable and Martin K. Webb Mrs. Daniel Verne John H. Vinton Mrs. Myron Viny Eric D. Wald Dr. Steven Ward and Dr. Barbara Brown William Weber David W. Weidenkopf Michael R. Weil Jerome A. Weinberger William H. West John D. Wheeler Mrs. McKinley Whittlesey Edward Wilkof Loyal W. Wilson Ivan J. Winfield Mrs. James A. Winton Ambassador Milton A. Wolf John Michael Zayac and Dr. Marie Simon Scott Zeilinger Kenneth Zeisler Frances R. Zverina $500 to $999 Ruth M. Anderson Barbara J. Arison Mrs. Foster D. Armstrong Joseph Babin Dale A. Bacik Dr. Nejad Behzadi Jane E. Betz Leon W. Blazey Jr. Rabbi and Mrs. Richard A. Block Jeffrey Blumer Robert and Nancy Bostwick Richard E. Boyatzis Carol Boyd Maureen A. Brennan David M. Briggs Ronald Brown J. C. Butler Thomas F. Campbell Joseph W. Carreras Rita and Tim Carroll Elizabeth Chapman and Roy Knipper Mary E. Chilcote Homer D. W. Chisholm Kevin C. Conway Bruce B. Dayton James V. Debevec Edward H. deconingh Thomas P. Demeter David L. Deming Dr. Robert J. de Swart Martin James Drabik Jane Frankel Earl R. Franklin Dr. and Mrs. Richard B. Fratianne Robert Friedman and Elizabeth R. MacGowan Donald W. Ganzhorn Marjorie K. Garson American paintings are the focus of contemplation in gallery CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

65 Five thousand years in one room: visitors in 2002 view art from ancient Egypt in gallery 203. The Honorable Leonard Goldstein Lawrence I. Gould Dr. and Mrs. Laurence K. Groves Robert E. Harris Mrs. Clint E. Hart Robert L. Hartford III Charles Duane Hartman Dr. Roberta K. Helfgott Gerald Herschman Conway G. Ivy Norbert R. Jaworowski Carl M. Jenks Candace M. Jones Julian Kahan Janet G. Kimball Marian and Eric Klieber Greg Krivchenia Gregory G. Kruszka Rose Mary Kubik Thomas J. LaFond Anne M. Landefeld Henry G. Laub John N. Lauer Alice D. Malone Patrick T. Manion Dr. and Mrs. Sanford E. Marovitz Dr. and Mrs. James S. Marshall Robert H. Masterson James A. and Marsha P. Mateyka Julien L. McCall William K. McClung Judith Mittleman Dan T. Moore III Andrea A. Morris Jack D. Moskal Reverend Dr. and Mrs. Otis Moss Jr. Bert W. Moyar Carl F. Muller Sarah T. Yoshiko Murakami Murlan Jerry Murphy Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Dieter H. Myers Marcia K. Petchers Graham A. Peters Thomas F. Peterson Jr. Mrs. Charles E. Petot Jean Z. Piety Robert W. Price John Prim David Ricanati John S. Rodewig George M. Rose Mrs. Martin Rosskamm Joseph Rozgonyi Robert C. Ruhl James L. Ryhal Jr. Dr. Gary Saltus Charles J. Schenkelberg Adrian L. Scott Alexander C. Scovil Michael J. Sherwin and M. Michelle Thomas Carsten W. Sierck and W. Allen Shapard Herbert A. Sihler Jr. Mrs. C. N. Sinclair Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Singerman Carol A. Skoglund Timothy Skola Dennis J. Sobol Patrick T. Soltis Mrs. Richard W. Spurney John M. Stickney Lanie Strassburger Debra G. Strassman John W. Sweeney Andrew P. Talton Jennifer Thomas and Stephen Washington W. Hayden Thompson The Honorable and Mrs. William F. B. Vodrey Paul J. Volpe Eileen J. Walsh Richard A. Walsh Charles W. Walton Doris H. and Russell J. Warren David D. Watson John C. Wells Robert M. Wolff and Dr. Paula Silverman 64 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

66 $250 to $499 Sandra J. and Charles Abookire Jr. Frank K. Ackard Sylvia K. Adler M. Stacey Alatis Sawsan T. Alhaddad and Dr. Ali Alhaddad James M. Anastos Susan M. Weir Ancker John A. Anderson Oakley V. Andrews Richard M. Aron Patricia M. Ashton Will Austin Edward B. Baker and Anna M. Van Heeckeren Richard M. Banozic Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Barnes Dennis Barrie and Kathleen H. Coakley Eric B. Baud Arthur W. Bayer Jr. William Beck Josh Bell Lloyd W. W. Bell III Claudia Bennett Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Bercaw Eduardo A. Bigornia and Dr. Lina A. Bigornia Dr. and Mrs. Frederic C. Bishko Georgette B. Bohr Lynn Boukalik John M. Bourne Renee Boykin Dr. Christopher P. Brandt and Dr. Beth Brandt Sersig Mary Ann Crowther Brennan Lorry J. Brenner Ben Brick Deborah Brindza Sara Britting Mrs. Charles S. Britton II Dr. and Mrs. Ben H. Brouhard Kathleen M. Brown Richard H. Brown Shirley T. Brown William J. Brown Dr. and Mrs. William E. Bruner II Dr. Bonnie Burman John Burns Janet R. Burnside Peter H. Calfee Esther Cameron Steve Carnes David J. Carpenter Willie Glenn Carter Sammy Catania and Roberta Rocco Emilie Cathry Robert R. Cavano Thomas E. Cebular Mrs. William B. Chamberlin Rose K. Chang Dr. Altagracia M. Chavez Sara J. Cheheyl Joe Chernosky and Audrey Wahl J. A. Chinnici Jr. Peter J. Chudyk Verlie P. Ciriello Charles D. Clark Paul G. Clark Robert A. Clark William M. Cleber Eleanor and Tim Cohen Kenneth S. Cohen Victor J. Cohn Richard Collier Robert S. Colquhoun Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Comerford Joy L. Comey Sanford A. Cone Nathaniel K. Cooke Mrs. Alfred R. Cooper Johnnie D. Cooper Mrs. William M. Correll Barring Coughlin Mrs. J. Kenneth Cozier John P. Craig Chester F. Crone Dr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Cross Albert L. Culbertson Earl M. Curry Jr. Kathryn Curtis David A. Daberko Robert F. Dakin Peter W. Danford Ranajit K. Datta Margie Knight Davis Mrs. Robert C. Davis Chris Deibel Allen Deutsch Peter Devos and Julia Whiteside-Michel Neil A. and Bonnie N. Dick Wanda H. Dickey Lee Diedrick Dr. Claire M. Doerschuk Joseph Domiano Thomas A. Duke Samuel Eells Debra L. Eger George E. Emmons Jr. Denise Enderlein John M. Farley Herbert J. Farr Dr. and Mrs. Victor W. Fazio Judi A. Feniger Mary Lou Ferbert John Ferchill Scott A. Foerster and Barbara M. Kasperski Michael S. Folkman Dr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Fountain Dr. and Mrs. Sanford A. Fox Helen Way France John H. Franklin Jr. John R. Fraylick Donald K. Fribourg Dr. Joseph Frolkis and Dr. Beth A. Overmoyer David Fullmer Richard L. Furry Kim Gamellia Dr. and Mrs. John H. Gardner III John H. Gerber Christopher L. Gibbons Richard J. Giffels Donald Glaser David J. Golden Lowell K. Good Randall J. Gordon Herbert Goulder Dr. and Mrs. Francis A. Greicius Jr. Dr. Kathleen S. Grieser Fred Griffith James C. Griffith Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gross Marsha Gross Susan M. Hale David P. Handke Jr. Mrs. John D. Hansen Maia Hansen Frank I. Harding III Stephen R. Hardis Paula A. Harvan Nancy H. Harvey Peter Hastings Ray C. Hauck Eloise Haugh Terry W. Hebert Craig Heberton III Elizabeth A. Hecht Dr. Thomas S. Heines Dr. and Mrs. John H. Hemann Fredrec Thompson Henkel and Joseph R. Wensco John F. Herrick Dr. and Mrs. Norman R. Hertzer David J. Hessler Edward D. Hester John J. Hetzer James R. Hicks David G. Hill Tom E. Hinson and Diana S. Tittle Andrew Hisey D. Peter Hochberg Mrs. B. M. Holdstein Grace Jackie Holley Dr. John D. Holm and Dr. Njeri Nuru- Holm Dr. and Mrs. Keith A. Hoover Jackie Hudson Dr. Randy Huff Brooks G. Hull Brian K. Humphrey John Brewster Hunter III Steven J. Hupp Terence Isakov, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Izant Robert B. Jensen David E. Jerome John L. Jirus William M. Jones Dwight S. Jordan Nina W. Josephs Dr. Hermann A. Kahle Mrs. William J. Kall Lowell L. Kampfe Dave Kaplan Richard E. and Judith Karberg Drs. Barbara and Benjamin Kaufman Dr. and Mrs. Michael W. Keith Mrs. Joseph H. Keller Linda and John Kelly Bruce Kendrick Mary Ann Khouri William S. Kilroy II Dr. and Mrs. Sam E. Kinney James T. Kitson G. Robert Klein Allan D. Kleinman Grant Kloppman Dr. Vilma L. Kohn Linda K. Koki Mrs. Arthur Kozlow Janet L. Kramer and Robert N. Trombly Dr. Ronald H. Krasney Franklin and Marlene G. Krause Robert C. Krohn Leo M. Krulitz Peter A. Kuhn David A. Kutik J. Jerome Lackamp William Lafave Dr. and Mrs. Frederic W. Lafferty Ellen and Howard Landau Bruce W. Lang Michael G. Lann Timothy C. LaRiche Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Lau Louann R. Lauer Ann Olsen Lavelle Dr. Michael B. and Pamela Barron Leach Deborah A. Lee Jeffrey R. Lee Bertram H. Lefkowich Robert J. Liskay James J. Livingston Alfred Lobo David Logsdon Robert Lucak and Gabrielle Alicia Lawrence Alex Machaskee Douglas L. MacTaggart 65 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

67 Mrs. James I. Mahler Dr. Stephen A. and Mary Ann Gregg Mahoney Mrs. Arthur D. Maine Dr. and Mrs. Carlos A. Maldonado Richard A. Manuel Arnold L. Marcus and Barbara T. Campbell Dr. and Mrs. Martin A. Markowitz Kay S. Marshall Marilyn Mason Joseph Matts Jr. Cornelius E. McCole, M.D. Robert D. McCreery Gloria B. McDowell James H. McInerney Jr. and Jenifer Neils Jerome McKeever F. Rush McKnight Carl E. Melzer Dr. and Mrs. Hermann Menges Harvey O. Mierke Jr. Roy B. and Diane Mogren Lloyd D. Moore Marie Morelli Warren L. Morris Richard J. Murway Mark Myers and Barbara A. Hanselman Philip C. Narten T. F. Neubecker Fred S. Norful and Faye Seggelink Terry Novak Linda Novick Eric M. Oakley Edward Oberndorf Gerald Palay Dr. and Mrs. Chanho Park William K. Patterson Rita Pearlman Judith M. Pendergast Julian Perry Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Peter Peter M. Petretich Peter Pfouts Robert W. Phinney Dr. and Mrs. Franklin H. Plotkin Harry W. Pollock Elinor G. Polster Alan G. Poorman Nicholas S. Potter Lute A. Quintrell Gaye G. Ramstrom Mrs. Donald M. Rebar Gregory Redman Dr. Robert W. Reynolds Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Rice Jane N. Richmond Margaret Ann Richmond Marjorie B. Ritchie E. Bruce Robertson and Thomas J. Kren Dr. and Mrs. Carl A. Robson Franklyn W. Roesch Barry Rosenbaum J. K. Kota Rossi Michael P. Rowan Iris Rubinfield H. William Ruf Jon R. Ruhlman Albert F. Rust Alvin Sabroff Ray E. Saccany John M. Saganich Barbara J. Samolis Donald F. Santa-Emma Dorothy M. Sawyer Victor J. Scaravilli Margaret Schloss Stuart M. Schreiber John B. Schulze Michael Schwartz Dr. Susan W. Schwartz Thomas W. Seabright David Seidenfeld Larry M. Shane Dr. and Mrs. Bruce W. Sherman Jonah Sherman Mrs. John Sherwin Jr. Newson H. Shewitz John A. Shields David B. Shifrin Judith Simon Dr. Michael V. Sivak Jr. Walter Sloboda Allan Slovenkay George R. Snider Jr. Valeria J. Sobecki William E. Spatz Linda J. Voloshen Spencer Dr. and Mrs. Michael D. Springer Omer F. Spurlock Dr. and Mrs. George A. Staley Edward A. Stanczak Bill F. Stansberry Dr. and Mrs. William P. Steffee Josephine L. Sterle Dr. and Mrs. Mark J. Stillman Richard F. Stockton Albert Stratton Rose Strauss Bob Strickland Dorothy M. Strohm Joanne L. Student Arthur M. Stupay John E. Sulak Thomas C. Sullivan Sr. David P. Sunderhaft Rose Sustersic Mrs. Benjamin Taber Paul G. Tait Mrs. Anselm Talalay Sandi Knell Tamny Henry T. Tanaka Laura Tanski Robert S. Targett Ronald E. Teare Lee Tenenbaum Joseph H. Thomas Stephen M. Todd Lyman Treadway Martin and Gail Trembly Scott Truhan Lawrence C. Turnock Dr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Tytko James R. Underwood Paul A. Unger Fred R. Unwin Jr. Robert J. Vagi Thomas V. H. Vail Karen J. Van Linge J. Weyman Vogel Dale A. Vonderau Peter M. Wach Lewis E. Wallner II Mrs. James L. Wamsley Jr. William B. Watterson and Melissa K. Richmond Jeffrey Weidenthal Carl Weigel Yair and Carol Weinstock Hugh L. Whitehouse Drs. Mark D. and Eve P. Whitmore H. Robert Wismar Jr. Lois S. Wolf Gail Chin Wong Edward S. Young James G. Young Robert S. Young Ruth G. Zander- Sindelar Amy Zeldenrust Richard A. Zellner William L. Zeuch Matching Gift Companies American Express Arkwright, Inc. Barnes Group, Inc. The BFGoodrich BP Employee Matching Fund Program Caterpillar The Cigna Computer Associates International Inc. Corning Incorporated Davey Tree Expert Company Dominion Eaton Corporation Eli Lilly and Company Emerson Electric Company Exxon Mobil F M Global FirstEnergy The George W. Codrington Charitable The Glenmede Trust Company NA The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company The H. J. Heinz Company IBM Corporation John Hancock Life Insurance Company The J. Paul Getty Trust Key The Kresge Lamson & Sessions LexisNexis Group The Lubrizol The May Department Stores Company Mellon Financial Corporation Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. Moen, Incorporated NACCO Industries, Inc. National Starch and Chemical Inc. The Nord Family Nordson Corporation Norton Company The Perkins Charitable PPG Industries The Prudential Matching Gifts Program Reuters America Inc. Rockwell International Corporation Trust SBC SmithKline Beecham The Stanley Works Trust The Stocker Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Tomkins Corporation TRW Verizon W. W. Grainger Inc CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:45 PM

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72 Paul Rodgers/9W Chris Paulocik Michael Pellettieri Peter Findlay Gallery Peter Marks Gallery Constantijn Petridis Philadelphia Museum of Art Library Marianetta Porter Mikey Price Progressive Corporation R. E. Lewis & Daughter R. S. Johnson Fine Art Radio House Gallery Redfern Gallery Regional Furniture Society Katharine Lee Reid Rena Bransten Gallery Ricco Maresca Gallery Richard Deutsch Studio Richard Gray Gallery Richard Norton Gallery Richard York Gallery Riva Yares Gallery Robert Bowman Ltd. Robert Henry Adams Fine Art Robert Koch Gallery Roger Keverne Barbara Roux Roy Lichtenstein Royal-Athena Galleries S. J. Shrubsole, Corp. Morris Sachs Salander-O Reilly Galleries, Inc. Salomon Lilian Magda Salvesen Satani Gallery Schatz Ornstein Studio Peri Schwartz Sebastian Izzard LLC Senior & Shopmaker Gallery Seraphin Gallery Shelley Holzemer Gallery Shepherd & Derom Galleries Adele Z. Silver Sladmore Gallery Smart Art Press SPACES Spanierman Gallery, LLC Sperone Westwater Spike Gallery Stephen Daiter Gallery Hou-Mei Sung TK Incorporated Talabardon & Gautier Tasende Gallery Tessai-Do Bert Teunissen Theresa McCullough Ltd. Thomas Le Claire Kunsthandel Thomas McCormick Gallery Thomas R. Riley Galleries Throckmorton Fine Art Tibor de Nagy Gallery Diana Tittle Tobey C. Moss Gallery Towarzystwo Opieki Nad Zabytkami Valerie Carberry Gallery Liana Van der Bellen Vance Jordan Fine Art Inc. Charles L. Venable Charles L. Venable and Martin K. Webb Charlotte Vignon Laszlo Vince Vose Galleries of Boston Waddington Galleries Walter Wickiser Gallery Claire Wang-Lee Lee Warshawsky Sen`en Watanabe Weisbrod Chinese Art Ltd. Sylvia White William Fagan & Co. William Reese Company Hiroshi and Harumi Yanagi Yves Mikaeloff Zabriskie Gallery Zen Oriental Art Gallery Docent Library Fund Donors Joann Broadbooks Grace Bynum Gail Calfee Kim Chapman Mary Ann Clymer Michael Cunningham Joellen DeOreo Beth Desberg Susie Deutsch Joan Fletcher Kermit Greeneisen Marsha Gross Joyce Hackbarth Jay Jackson Gwen Johnson Barbara Kathman Franz Rohr The Ingalls Library gives art history students and faculty access to a worldclass research facility CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:46 PM

73 AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS The Contemporary Art Society Board of Trustees Robert H. Jackson, President Barbara Robinson, Vice President Helen Moss, Treasurer Dian Disantis, Secretary Albert Albano Robert Bostwick Brenda Brown Nancy Casper Rosalie Cohen Sanford Fox Lila Held Peter Galvin Harriet Goldberg Gerald Herschman Robert Kiwi Dennis Sobol Friends of Photography Board of Trustees Mark Schwartz, President Charles King, Vice President Bob Herbst, Treasurer Eli Becker, Secretary Herbert Ascherman Jr. Jonathan Buchter Annie Holden Geraldine Kiefer Abbie Klein Judith McMillan Robert Mosher Dennis Sobol Tom Hinson, ex officio Musart Society Board of Trustees Carolyn F. Wipper, President A. Chace Anderson, Treasurer James Dickinson, Secretary Virginia Benade Belveal Shattuck W. Hartwell Jr., Advisory Trustee Samuel E. Henes Walter Holtkamp Eleanor Bonnie McCoy Toni S. Miller Rev. David A. Novak Karel Paukert Thomas F. Peterson Jr. Mrs. Alfred M. Rankin, Advisory Trustee Dr. A. Benedict Schneider Robert Schneider Beverly Simmons Charles Teare The Painting and Drawing Society Governing Board Katherine H. Bolton, President Sally Henkel, Vice President Doug Barr, Treasurer Carol Michel, Secretary Ann Ames Donald Barney Helen DeGulis Joseph Keithley Viki Rankin The Print Club of Cleveland Board of Trustees Dorothy Ceruti, President Harriet Gould, Vice President Henry Ott-Hansen, Treasurer Ruth Dancyger, Secretary Diane Bell Richard Cowan Mary Dyke Leigh Fabens Phyllis Gary Robert Getscher Jane Glaubinger Dale Hilton William Martin Jean Lisa Kimmel Irving Kushner Anne Landefeld Neal Rains Cathy Randall Katharine Lee Reid Joseph Russell Judy Sogg Mary Lane Sullivan JoAn Vernon Allie Wallace Trudy Wiesenberger Textile Art Alliance Board of Trustees Ann Plevin Rosenbluth, President Sharon Markovic, Vice President Sonja Tugend, Vice President Louise W. Mackie, Treasurer The Trideca Society Board of Trustees Tim Homan, President Cindy Marx, Vice President Mark Bassett, Treasurer Ralph Drake, Secretary Barry Bradley Joanne Calkins Helene Love Judith Simon Dean Zimmerman Young Friends Board of Directors Betsey Bell, President Dave Gottesman, Vice President Susan Silverberg, Treasurer Candace Jones, Secretary Katherine Agle Beth Badzik Christie Croissant Charles Getz Becky Gruss Noel Harris Harry Holt Lisa Kaltenberger Deborah Koerwitz Aggie Nagy Robyn Pretzloff Steve Rackas Laura Schmidt Steve Shabino Johnna Walter Laura Weidenthal Shannon Wood Jane Abbott, Assistant Treasurer Lana Lowenkamp, Recording Secretary Jan Burgwinkle, Corresponding Secretary Linda Damiani Dianna Foley Uarda Taylor 72 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:46 PM

74 Lighting Ceremony Giant puppets from the museum s Community Arts Department lend a magical quality to the May 30 lighting ceremony. At twilight on May 30, 2002, a lively crowd witnessed the relighting of the 1916 building and south terrace. This event marks the beginning of what will be one of the most exciting periods in our history, said Director Katharine Lee Reid. The relighting heralds our expansion project which will be the largest undertaken by a cultural institution in Cleveland s history. It particularly illuminates the jewel of the museum s refreshed buildings, and so not only welcomes the entire community to enjoy the Fine Arts Garden but invites everyone to enter the museum and experience one of the world s cultural treasures. The $12.4 million restoration was made possible by generous funding from The HRH Family s, The Kelvin and Eleanor Smith, and the State of Ohio, with additional support from The Sears-Swetland Family and Quentin Alexander. The community fence and its 65 colorful panels created by Cleveland organizations and individuals was removed from the construction site on May 1, but many of the panels will be on display at venues throughout the city, including Karamu House, Miles Park Elementary School, the Cuyahoga County Board of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, and Art on Wheels. On April 29, Rodin s Thinker was replaced in front of the building on a new pedestal. A vandal s bomb damaged the Thinker in Except for a brief convalescence after that senseless assault, Cleveland s Thinker has overlooked the Fine Arts Garden for more than 80 years. Assembled crowds and media applaud as the facade begins to glow in the twilight CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:46 PM

75 Convening the Community Advisory Council Anita Brindza, Executive Director, Cudell Improvement, Inc., Co-Chair Adrienne L. Jones, Trustee, Co-Chair Mary Bounds, Chief of Police, Cleveland Police Department Christina M. Bruch, Outreach and Retention Coordinator, Cuyahoga Community College Joseph A. Calabrese, General Manager & CEO, RTA Paul Cassidy, Magistrate, City of Parma Heights Jeri Chaikin, Chief Administrative Officer, City of Shaker Heights James Cody, Councilman, Bedford Heights Sari Feldman, Deputy Director, Cleveland Public Library Vicki Hartzell, Branch Regional Services Director, Cuyahoga County Public Library George M. Humphrey II, Trustee Margaret Lyons, Associate Superintendent, Diocese of Cleveland Franklin Martin, President, The F Martin Company Jo Ann Mason, Director of Government Affairs, Cox Cable Paloma McGregor, The Plain Dealer Into the Light Exhibition Community Advisory Committee Betsey Bell Alan Boesger Helen Cherry Jurgen Faust Dave Gottesman Marsha Hall Edward Parker Robert Thurmer Winifred Watts Michael Weil Magna Graecia: Greek Art from South Italy and Sicily Exhibition Community Advisory Committee Karen Bourquin Ruth Boza William Busta Helen Collis Blake Cook Lydia Fotia Ralph Fotia Betsy Hegyes Pauline Latkovic Bea Meros Maureen Morley Nancy Newman Bill Ott John Perry Butler Reid Carole Rosenblatt Andrea Surovi Joy Sweeney Lori Whittington Womens Council of the Cleveland Museum of Art Officers and Committee Chairs Helen Cherry, Chair Janet Coquillette, First Vice Chair Kate Stenson, Second Vice Chair Sue Grant, Third Vice Chair June Antoine, Corresponding Secretary Carolyn Batcheller, Assistant Corresponding Secretary Rooney Moy, Recording Secretary Cathy Randall, Assistant Recording Secretary Edith Taft, Treasurer Christy Bittenbender, Assistant Treasurer Margie Moskovitz and Roz Sukenik, Advocacy Dottie Schnell, Archivist Kate Stenson and Ryn Clarke, Benefit Candy Weil, Circle Development Donna Walsh and Nina Pettersson, Community Arts Gail Schlang and Linda McGinty, Convening the Community Liaisons JoAnne Lake, Computer Coordinator Chris Norman and Jane Thomas, Flower Fund JoAn Vernon and Mary Dyke, Hospitality Sabrina Inkley and Betsy Hegyes, Information Desk Janet Coquillette, Membership Linda McGinty and Rosemary Deioma, Newsletter Margie Sachs and Judy Bourne, Nominating Sue Spring, Photographer Janet Coquillette, Policy and Rules Dinny Bell, Prints and Drawings Joan Fountain and Naomi Singer, Programs Louinia Mae Whittlesey, Carolyn Horn, and Joan Fitchet, Ready Volunteers Ginger Ratcliffe, Roster Cathy Miller, Special Decorations Mary Ann Katzenmeyer and Ann Hunter, Study Groups Lois Bialosky and Lorelei Stein-Sapir, Trips Diane DeBevec, Museum Liaison Museum Associates David Adler Richard S. Ames Jeffrey M. Biggar Richard Blum and Harriet Warm Robert N. Gudbranson Dr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Hahn Martin Hoke John Hoover Stanley Jaros Dieter Kaesgen Malcolm E. Kenney John D. Koch Laura Maciag Timothy S. Mueller and Susie Frazier Patrick S. Mullin Frederick Nance Brad Norrick Frank H. Porter Jr. Cynthia Rallis Roger Rankin Andrew K. Rayburn and Heather Guess Rob Reynolds Robert A. Rieger Chris Ronayne and Natalie Saikaly W. Allen Shapard and Carsten Sierck Joseph D. Sullivan John Switzer Docent Association Officers and Committee Chairs George McCann, President Kate Stenson, Vice President Pete Dobbins, Second Vice President Gwen Johnson, Recording Secretary Sabrina Spangler, Corresponding Secretary Linda Friedman, Treasurer Mary McClung and Mary Ann Liljedahl, Class of 2000 Representatives Nancy Mino and Susan Schloss, Class of 2002 Representatives Greg Reese, Director, East Cleveland Public Library Donna S. Reid, Trustee William R. Robertson, Trustee Janus Small, Director of Cultural Arts, Cuyahoga Community College 74 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:46 PM

76 Docent Corps James Jackson Volunteers Lois Bluhm Dawn Cook Zoann Dusenbury Stephen Badman Gwendolyn Johnson Mary Abbott Flora Blumenthal Hallie Cook Mary Dyke Erva Barton Sharon Bell Anne Berk Arlene Bialic Jean Bingay Christina Black Jane Bondi Karen Bourquin Joann Broadbooks Claire Brugnoletti Gail Calfee Kimberly Chapman Mary Ann Clymer Ranajit Datta Marie Dellas Sandy Dennis Beth Desberg Susan Deutsch Pete Dobbins Zoann Dusenbury Erwin Edelman Jack Farkas Joan Fletcher Caroline Folkman Anne Frank Mary Kate Fredriksen Linda Friedman Gail Garon Carol Godes Lowell Good Kermit Greeneisen Marsha Gross Joyce Hackbarth Karen Hahn Thomas Harder Maya Hercbergs Ingrid Hoegner Frank Isphording Pamela Juergens Joan Kohn Julie Kurtock Joann Lafferty Mary Anne Liljedahl Sandra Littman Diane Maher Marina Markelov Patricia Markey Maguy Mavissakalian George McCann Mary McClung Dorothy McIntyre Mary Merkel Nancy Mino Helene Morse Kimberly Oas William Ott Anne Owens Robin Ritz Catherine Rose Betty Ruben Lourdes Sanchez Susan Schloss Sally Schwartz Delayne Shah Patricia Simpfendorfer Margaret Sloan Sabrina Spangler Jackie Spieler Shirley Steigman Kathleen Stenson Mary Ann Stepka- Warner Kathy Vilas Ann Walling Margaret Walton Lillian Abel Carolyn Adelstein Adrienne Alaimo Antoinette Alaimo Catherine Alfred Sarah Alhaddad Sawsan Alhaddad Peggy Allen Amy Anderson Bill Anderson Bob Anderson Lorraine Anderson Carolyn Anthony June Antoine Cleo Anton Carol Arnold Ann Austin John Baburek Stephen Badman Beth Badzik Margot Baldwin Brian Barbuto Jean Barth Erva Barton Catherine Bartzis Rita Basler Ann Bassett+ Gerry Bastaich Larry Baum Aerielle Bedell Nick Bedell Tricia Beeman Alice Bell Betsey Bell Dinny Bell Sharon Bell Lori Bellman Janer Belson Karen Bennett Emma Benning Jacqueline Berger Anne Berk Marianne Bernadotte Arlene Bialic Lois Bialosky Margie Biggar Joanne Billiar Jean Bingay Catherine Biskind Christy Bittenbender Mary Bittenbender Dorothy Blaha Phyllis Blau Joanne Blazek Gert Bleisch + deceased Mary Ann and Chris Boesel Jane Bondi Loretta Borstein Judy Bourne Karen Bourquin Doris Boxerbaum Sue Boyce Ruth Boza Barbara J. Bradley Emily Brasfield Stephen Britcher Joann Broadbooks Ann Brown Lesley Brown Mebby Brown John Bruce Claire Brugnoletti Rita Buchanan Linda Buchler Lynne Bufford Lynda Bumpus Sally Burton Pat Butler Ruth Butler Daphne Button Gail Calfee Jeremy Callahan Cassandra Caraffi Helen Carbon JoAnn Carr Dana Carson Vicki Catozza Ryan Chamberlin Amy Chang Kimberly Chapman Helen Cherry Karen and Joseph Chinnici Nancy Cimballa Ashley Clark Thomasine and Eric Clark Kathryn Clarke Lou Clay Phyllis Cleary Sue Clegg Mary Ann Clymer Shirley Cohen Casandra Coin Mary Coleman Meg Collings Esther Collins Marsha Collins Dr. John and Helen Collis Duane Condon Marty Conway Patricia Coppedge Janet Coquillette Kris Coral Inez Corrado Rachel Costanzo Andrea Coster Mary Kay Covington Joanne Cowan Sylvia Cowan Ina Cox Eloise A. Coxe Lois Crawford Kevin Cronin Colleen Cross Minnie Cruce Shirley and Al Culbertson Daniel Cunningham Margaret Cutter Faye D Amore Susan Dahm Martha Dalton Ruth Dancyger Leslie Darling Jesse Dandy Barbara Darragh Ranajit Datta Barbara Davis Lois Davis Diane DeBevec Frances DeBevec Helen DeGulis Rosemary Deioma Marie Dellas Cindy Denney Rett Dennis Sandy Dennis Margaret Dennison Louise Denny Ninna Denny Joellen DeOreo Beth Desberg Susan Deutsch Christine Dewees Ashley Dezember Diane Dick Margaret and Pete Dobbins Ann Dobelstein Patricia Dolak Eleanor Donley Greg Donley Betty Downie Molly Downing Katherine Drews Valerie Drews Justin Duggett Linda Easton Erwin Edelman Betsy Eells Dorothy Elliott Marian and Alan Englander Victoria Erjavec Elinore Evans Mary Louise Falkner Tom Falls Jack Farkas Dorothy Farley Bonnie Femec Karen Ferguson Karlyn Ferrari Mark Fikaris Jamie and Ronald Fish Ruth Fisher Joan Fitchet Doreen Flash Joan Fletcher Marcia Floyd Deborah Foise Marianne Foley Mary Lou Foley Stephanie Folger Caroline Folkman Suzanna Foster Joan Fountain Anne Frank Jane Frankel Barbara Franklin Mary Kate Fredriksen Susan and Leonard Freed Ann Friedman Linda Friedman Jean Gaede Frannie Gale Barbara Galvin Mary Gardner Gail Garon Alicia and Mike Garr Marge Garrett Nina Freedlander Gibans Anne Ginn Mell Glaser Larry Glover Linda and Manuel Glynias Carol and Ronald Godes Marianne Gogolick Lois Goldberg Nancy Goldberg 75 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:46 PM

77 Adele Goldhamer Sarajane Goldstein Lowell Good Katharine Goss David Gottesman Fran Grambo Ann and Kermit Greeneisen Mary Logan Greenwood Karen Gregg Dustin Grella Wendy Grew Carolyn Griffen Alan Gronet Marsha Gross Terry Gruber Claudia Gruen Graham Grund Lois Guren Joyce Hackbarth Karen Hahn Haidi Haiss Nola Haiss Maryellen Hammer Dyane Hanslik Katie Harbage Thomas Harder Deborah Harper Margit Harris Bill Hartshorn Ellen Heberton Betsy Hegyes Lee Heinen Hellenic Preservation Society of Northeastern Ohio Paul Heller Bettyann Helms Ian Henderson David Hennel Maya Hercbergs Pauline Hermann Martha Hickox Kathryn Hiendlmayr Edith Hirsch Ingrid Hoegner Norma Hoffman Cissy Holmes Melinda Holmes Jann Holzman Carolyn Horn Rita Hubar Jim Hubert Denise Huck Ann Hunter Sabrina Inkley Vicki Isphording Marta Jack James Jackson Joy Jacobs Laurie Jacobs Bertha Jaffee Lori Janusko Dustin Jerla Kathryn Jewett Jewish Unity Chorus Gwendolyn Johnson Peggy Johnson Andrea Joki Annette Jones Beverly Grace Jones Diane Jones Amelia Joynes Pamela Juergens Ann Kahn Dorothy and George Kappos Carolyn Karch Katherine and Andrew Kartalis William Kassen Blanche and Dudley Katz Daniel Katz Deanna Katz Linda Katz Mary Ann Katzenmeyer Yoko Kawai Diane Kawolics Margaret Kelleher Patricia Kelley Linda Kendall Eleanor Kendrick Jane Kern Evelyn Kiefer Nancy Kiefer Anne Kilroy Dicc Klann Lois Koeckert Joan Kohn Phyllis Koons Arline Koplow Elaine Koskie Laura Kovach Lori Kozlowski Georgene Kravitz Andrea Krist Universe Krist Peggy Kundtz Julie Kurtock Ruth Kyman Sally Lacombe Joann Lafferty Karen LaFond Charlotte and Jim LaJoe JoAnne Lake Barbara Langlotz Jennifer Langston Bonnie Lau Nancy Lavelle David Lawrence Sara Ledsky Alice Lefkowich Maribeth Lekas Anne Lemon Ginny Leonard Kathleen LePrevost Carol Levy Pamela Lewis Christine Ligas Mary Anne Liljedahl Sandra Littman Isabelle Lobe Anne Lockhart Joyce Logan Nan Lowerre Sharon Lowey- Berman Ingrid Lüders Vicki Luschek Susan MacDonald Peg MacNaughton Lorrie Magid Diane Maher Carole Majewski Pamela Maloney Marvin Mandel Janet Maranciak Teri Markel Marina Markelov Patricia Markey Teddy Marks Barbara Martien Jessie Martin Shannon Masterson Maguy Mavissakalian Melissa McAvoy George McCann Peggy McCann Lenore McClelland Mary McClung Eveline McElroy Linda McGinty Patricia McIlraith Dorothy McIntyre Jacklynn McKenney Judith McMillan Cathy Mecaskey Zach Melas Ann Melville Mary Merkel Danielle Merriman Carol Michel Lorna Mierke Johanna Mike Sally Milgram Betty Miller Catherine Miller Nancy Mino Dolly Minter Chris Mis Rita Moore Marie Morelli Caroline Morgan June Morgan Florence Moritz Kathy Moroscak Andrea Morris Betsi Morris Helene Morse Marjorie Moskovitz Peta Moskowitz Mary Jo Mudgett Emily Mueller Kay Muller Simin Naraghipour Janet Neary Elise Newman Gail Newman Nancy Newman Christine Norman June Nosan Alyce Nunn Kimberly Oas Lisa O Brien Katherine Ohl Victoria O Neill Sue O Reilly Helen Orton William Ott Ann Ott-Hansen+ Barb Ottinger Anne Owens Denese Pappas Rita Pearlman Ethel Pearson Ellen Peoples Willa Percival Colleen Perzel-Timm Maria Peskar Constantine Petridis Ron Petrie Peg and Bill Petrovic Nina Pettersson Libby Pfancuff Susan Pim Margaret Plumpton Elinor Polster Frances Polster Mary Ann Popovich Melissa Porcelli Fran Porter Mary Porter Charlene Powers Elizabeth Powers Lisa Powers Joan Query Ella Quintrell Lynn Quintrell Myra Rachow Cathy Randall Beth Rankin Adrienne Rasmus Ginger Ratcliffe Susie Rathbone Howard Reinmuth Shirley Ricketts Susan Rieger Robin Ritz Joan Roach Georgianna Roberts Vince Robinson Kathy Rockman Dr. Themistocles and Rose Rodis Claire Lee Rogers Martha Rogers Monica Rogers Thomas Rohweder Vivian Rokfalusi Catherine Rose Carole Rosenblatt LaShonda Ross Phyllis Ross Tom Ross Mary Rossi Lillian Routman Carly Rowse Betty Ruben Gene Rucker Sandra Rueb Monica Rust Aurelie Sabol Marjorie Sachs Marily Sampson Phyllis San Antonio Lourdes Sanchez Mitzi Sands Phyllis Saul John Sawicki Debbie 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78 Volunteers from KeyBank work in the Fine Arts Garden as part of their annual volunteer clean-up day. Crystal and Gary Thomas Jane Thomas Martha Thompson Julia Thornton Jean Thorrat Rosalind Tolen Ruth Toth Nina Traub Nancy Treadway Gail and Marty Trembly Rob Trembly Mary Trevor Patricia Triggs Susan Trilling John Trout Linda Turner Sammie Tyree-Cox Joanna VanOosterhout Alison Verba JoAn Vernon Kathy Vilas Judy Vogt Dan Volper Annie Wainwright Joan Waite Dinah Walker Melissa Wallace Ann Walling Jane Walls Donna Walsh Justin Walters Margaret Walton Marie Walzer Jonathan Ward Minerva Ward Rafeeq Washington Winifred Watts Hanna Weil Lois Weiss Karen Wellman Suzanne Westbrook Sandy White Helen Whitehouse Lori Whittington Louinia Mae Whittlesey Ann Wieland Marjorie Williams Joan Wilson Margaret Wilson Monica Wilson Lorita Winfield Maya Witt Nancy Wolpe Maggy Woodcock David Woods Mary Woodward Mary Wymer Beatrice Kay Wyse Dean Yoder Kawai Yoko YouthAbility Lula and Xenophon Zapos Renate Zeissler Susan Ziegler Judith Zubizarreta Betty Zweig Interns Sarah Alhaddad Mark Bahn Caroline Barnes, Cleveland Heights High School Ellen Bortel, Case Western Reserve University Karen Chahal, Case Western Reserve University Matthew Charboneau Andrea Coster, The Andrews School Nicole Cuenot, Case Western Reserve University Lesley DiFransico Ryan DiVita Carli Dottore Justyna Drozdek, Case Western Reserve University Hector Esquilin Joseph Fungsang Kristen Gall Anja Garn, Freie Universität Berlin Becky Goede, John Carroll University Victor Gotinjan Donald Hellerman Theodore Hellmuth Colleen Hill Marcie Hocking, Case Western Reserve University Chris Ireland Lindsey Jerdonek, Magnificat High School Meredith Jorgensen William Klima Karl Knauer Gale Koritansky Denise Kozlowski David Lawrence Stanley Lemanski Alec Leshy, Oberlin College Matt MacEwan Mandy McGee Martha McLaughlin Marissa Mehall Whitney Meredith Dianna Metzler Tim Milligan, John Carroll University John Misheff Cara Morkert, Denison University Alexandra Nicholis, Case Western Reserve University Miriam Norris Dana Novotny, Case Western Reserve University Mary O Connel Maria Ortiz Julia Pankhurst Meredith Petrov, Amherst College Shannon Price Lisa Pursell, New York University Brooke Randolph Jessica Rea Taliesin Reid-Haugh Story Rhinehart, Wesleyan University Abbey Richlovsky, Case Western Reserve University Peter Rollenhagen Emily Schuchardt, Trinity College Brynn Seiden Aude Semat, École du Louvre Michelle Shaland Bettina Smith, Oberlin College Jennifer Smith, Case Western Reserve University Frank Spicer, Case Western Reserve University Katie Steiner, Case Western Reserve University Sarah Stilgenbauer Megan Strobel Zahir Sutarwala Rachel Tag Jocelyn Tullao Erika Walsh Scott Westover Maya Witt Christine Wolken, John Carroll University Charles Yannopoulos, Case Western Reserve University Julia Zettl, Beaumont School 77 4-CommSupport.p /10/2003, 4:46 PM

79 Education, Public Programs, and Outreach Area preschoolers create their own mosaics based on examples from the collection. This studio program is part of the Early Learning Initiative. Right: Participants at the annual Chalk Festival enjoy the return of that event to the museum s elegant south side. The museum s role in the community has many dimensions. Lectures, gallery talks, workshops, and classes help visitors get the most out of their experiences. Special programs all around Cleveland help introduce the museum s neighbors next door and across town to the riches of art and the museum. Concerts, performances, and films add an important dimension to the presentation of the world s greatest art, moving beyond the visual to musical and temporal forms of creative expression. Collaborations with other institutions provide opportunities to pool resources and share expertise in collective efforts to serve the community. Public festivals attract tens of thousands of citizens to University Circle, while, inside the building, museum facilities provide important convening places for community groups. All in all, the museum is an increasingly central resource for the community on many levels. It was a banner year for educational programs at the museum and at other community locations, as about 427,500 people attended museumsponsored events. These efforts were recognized as staff garnered recognition for leadership through a number of awards. Robin VanLear, artistic director of Community Arts and mastermind of Parade the Circle Celebration in collaboration with University Circle Incorporated, received the inaugural Joseph D. Pigott University Circle Leadership Award. Mary Ann Popovich, assistant director of the Teacher Resource Center, was named 2002 Ohio Museum Art Educator of the year by the Ohio Art Education Association. The entire Education Department was acknowledged by the Ohio Arts Education Association as the Distinguished Organization for Art Education in northern Ohio. VIVA! festival director Massoud Saidpour was nominated for an Award of Achievement by Northern Ohio Live in the area of dance. Karel Paukert and Paul Cox of the Department of Musical Arts received the 2002 ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers) Adventurous Programming Award for the Aki Festival of New Music (held in 2001). The Egyptomania publication won the Gold Award at the Ohio Museum Conference and, by unanimous vote, Best of the Show in the graphic design competition for museum publications EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:54 PM

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81 Critic Jeffrey Kipnis, Progressive Corporation head Peter B. Lewis, and architect Frank Gehry (left to right) share thoughts at Severance Hall in a June forum on creativity in management. Exhibition-related programs featured international conferences and outstanding lecturers: four symposia were held, complementing Into the Light: The Projected Image in American Art, ; Magna Graecia: Greek Art from South Italy and Sicily; Battle of the Nudes: Pollaiuolo s Renaissance Masterpiece; and A City Seen: Photographs from The George Gund Collection. Lecturers for the year included scholars Malcolm Miller (Chartres Cathedral), Manuel Keene (Victoria and Albert Museum), R. Ross Holloway (Brown University), and Robert Lubar (NYU). The programming for Jeweled Arts of India and Magna Graecia embraced community organizations in presentations of Indian and Greek culture and talents at well-attended community days. In collaboration with the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, the museum presented three forums, Art and Management: What Can We Learn from Each Other?, each featuring an architect and a business CEO. The most popular was the Peter B. Lewis/Frank O. Gehry discussion held at Severance Hall in June, attracting 2,000 people. Also notable this year was the ten-week lecture series Art and Faith: Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam, celebrating the diversity of art and culture within the museum s galleries. Lifelong Learning in the Arts, a collaborative program of Education and Information Technology, funded by the Technology Opportunities Program of the U.S. Department of Commerce, had an extremely successful year. This project provided more than 150 studio art, art history, and cultural interactive full-screen video broadcasts to seniors and persons with disabilities in select sites in the greater Cleveland area. The Distance Learning videoconferencing classes increased their attendance by 50%, serving more than 14,000 students and teachers. The Education Department received a 80 5-EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:54 PM

82 $722,457 three-year grant from the Freeman for the development of a national K 12 curriculum featuring the Japanese and Chinese collection. The exhibition A City Seen: Photographs from The George Gund Collection inspired collaborations with the Cleveland School of the Arts and the Cleveland Institute of Art in which guest photographers Douglas Lucak and Barbara Bosworth worked with students during the course. Thirty-two new docents completed their training program for weekend and evening volunteer work. They will lead tours for adults and for children s groups who visit the museum outside the regular school program. During 2002, the 60 active docents volunteered approximately 9,600 hours teaching in the school, highlights, and weekend tour programs. The Teacher Resource Center provided services for 4,811 teachers from 1,080 schools and 263 Ohio school districts, a 57% increase over In its third year of programming, the Art to Go program reached more than 5,500 students throughout the greater Cleveland area. In the museum, more than 8,500 young people participated in the Museum Art Classes in spring, summer, and fall sessions. Parade the Circle Celebration honored Cuban festival traditions, with four Cuban artists and a new artist from Tobago joining returning artists to create ensembles, serve as technical specialists, and work in outreach programs with community organizations throughout the area. More than 100 parade ensembles participated, and the event was enjoyed by some 50,000 spectators. For the first time, Cleveland s mayor participated in the parade, as Jane L. Campbell joined leaders from University Circle institutions in the directors ensemble. The 13th annual Chalk Festival, coinciding with the city s Free Spirit weekend, was dampened by inclement weather, but still attracted some 9,000 visitors with many first-time viewers. The Winter Lights Lantern Festival culminated in the Holiday CircleFest lantern procession with 1,000 participants, and 11,000 total attendance for the festival. The Department of Performing Arts presented 26 concerts and attracted 19,116 patrons to often sold-out houses. The critically acclaimed VIVA! Festival of Performing Arts and Carnevale World Music and Dance Series served as a premier venue in the region for the presentation of some of the finest masters of world music and dance. One of the highlights of the year was a concert by the Masters of Persian Classical Music, for which patrons from five states traveled to attend. The museum was also host to four Jazz on the 81 5-EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:54 PM

83 Director Spike Lee and former Cleveland Browns football star Jim Brown talk in Gartner Auditorium after a special screening of Lee s new documentary, Jim Brown: All-American. Circle concerts, in an ongoing collaboration with the Cleveland Orchestra, Cuyahoga Community College, and the Northeast Ohio Jazz Society. The museum presented 110 feature films (26 Cleveland premieres) and 35 shorts in 117 separate film screenings. The year s news-making high point was a special October premiere engagement of a new Spike Lee documentary, Jim Brown: All-American, with Jim Brown and Spike Lee attending the screenings. A unique feature of Gartner Auditorium is film projection equipment with variable-speed motors able to show silent films at the proper speed. In June, David Drazin of the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago played piano for two silent comedies. In August, ensembles Schtick and the Pointless Orchestra accompanied five avant-garde silent short films during the late-night party Into the Light After Dark. And in October, Boston s celebrated Alloy Orchestra returned to the museum to accompany a program of Buster Keaton/Fatty Arbuckle comedy shorts. The Department of Musical Arts produced 76 concerts and lectures attended by 14,300 listeners. Highlights included a three-concert Bach festival in observance of the 250th anniversary of J. S. Bach s death. Also, there were several performances by some of the world s most respected early music soloists and ensembles this year, including Baroque violinist Andrew Manze; the Clerks Group (a vocal ensemble from England) performing an all-josquin program; Camerata Köln, an instrumental ensemble from Germany; and Piffaro: The Renaissance Band, which offered a program in conjunction with the exhibition Raphael and His Age. The department also hosted the debut concert of a new Cleveland ensemble called Red {an orchestra}, which featured a puppet show by master puppeteer Basil Twist and Company, who played to a sold-out crowd. As in the past, the department presented a wide range of repertoire from the early Renaissance wind music of the Medici court to a recent work by Thomas Adès. Budding artists in the Museum Art Classes explore line, space, and color by combining the art of Piet Mondrian and Jackson Pollock EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:54 PM

84 Artist Sarah Curry (center) works with children at Thurgood Marshall Recreation Center during the Nia in the Neighborhood Festival in Hough. Winners of a WZAKsponsored art contest pose in the garden court. The Development and External Affairs Division s Outreach and Audience Development Department collaborated with Education and Public Programs staff on many initiatives. A number of events welcomed members from Cleveland s richly diverse community to the museum for events related to the Elizabeth Catlett exhibition, the screening of the new Spike Lee movie, a meeting of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and the distribution through Cleveland public schools of the Wynton Marsalis video. In September, the museum announced plans to form a new affiliate group, the Friends of African and African-American Art (officially chartered in January 2003). The Greek community turned out impressively to an event cosponsored by the Hellenic Preservation Society of Northeastern Ohio in conjunction with the Magna Graecia exhibition. The new Museum Ambassadors program engaged high school students from all around greater Cleveland in the life of the museum, then sent them out to share their enthusiasm with their communities. Finally, to facilitate future outreach efforts, the museum has re-established its Convening the Community initiative, originally funded by a Lila Wallace Reader s Digest grant that expired in With its collections and exhibitions representing the breadth of history and a bewildering array of cultures, the museum is the perfect institution to lead this community s efforts to bring people of diverse backgrounds together in the common cause of enhancing the quality of life we all share EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:54 PM

85 Museum Ambassadors in Workshop with Elizabeth Catlett Elizabeth Catlett (Mexican, b. USA, 1919). Magic People, 2002; color linocut; 25.7 x 24.4 cm; Gift of the artist In the fall of 2001, the Outreach and Audience Development Department created Museum Ambassadors, a oneyear pilot program that invited students from schools all over the Cleveland area public, private, parochial, city, and suburban to come to the museum, learn about art, and take their new knowledge and enthusiasm back to their communities. The program concluded in May 2002, with the students leading workshops for third-grade students and presenting a special community day for area high schoolers, an event that attracted more than 500 students. The students who participated were so enthusiastic about coming back that Museum Ambassadors was continued in the school year, and is fast becoming an important permanent program. Elizabeth Catlett chats with Museum Ambassadors students in September. Museum Ambassador Ernest Bluford, from Shaw High School in East Cleveland, wipes off a plate in a printmaking workshop given by Curlee Raven Holton. A memorable highlight of the second year was in September 2002, when master printmakers Elizabeth Catlett and Curlee Raven Holton led a hands-on workshop for the students. Catlett, a revered elder stateswoman among African-American artists, was in Cleveland to celebrate the exhibition of her work, Elizabeth Catlett: Prints and Sculpture, that was on view at the museum in the fall. She graciously agreed to speak to the Museum Ambassadors group as the lead-in to a workshop led by Holton, whose own prints were featured in the museum s 75th anniversary Invitational exhibition in Ms. Catlett s visit left another wonderful legacy: she donated to the museum a 2002 color linocut print Magic People, expressly for use by the Museum Ambassadors program. So far the design has been adapted for use on letterhead, a brochure, and T-shirts EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:55 PM

86 School and Teacher Services Art to Go Teacher s Advisory Committee: Emilie Amer- Gannon, Julie Anderson, Ellen Battle, Carole Brown, Vincetta Dooner, Nancy Dvorak, Sue Foley, Cindy Guertin, Kathy Heidleberg, Christina Holtier, Kitty Rose, Betty Jo Scurei, Sister Mary Francismarie Seiler, Jean Sommers, Jayne Sylvester, Sue Wilson. Suitcase Topics: Ancient Americas: Art from Mesoamerica; The Art of Writing: The Origin of the Alphabet; Classical Art: Ancient Greece and Rome; Cool Knights: Armor from the European Middle Ages and Renaissance; Diego Rivera: A Mexican Hero and His Culture; Journey to Africa: Art from Central and West Africa; Journey to Asia; Journey to Japan: A Passport to Japanese Art; Let s Discover Egypt; Masks: Let s Face It; Materials and Techniques of the Artist; The Museum Zoo: Animals in Art; Native American Art: Clues from the Past; Problem Solving: What in the World? Cleveland Municipal Schools receiving scholarships: Louis Agassiz Elementary, Newton D. Baker Elementary School of Arts, Alexander Graham Bell Elementary, Mary Bethune Elementary, Bolton Elementary, Brooklawn Elementary, Cleveland School of the Arts, Robert Fulton Elementary, Stephen Howe Elementary, Iowa-Maple Elementary, John F. Kennedy High School, Kentucky Elementary, Lincoln West High School, John Marshall High School, McKinley Elementary, Marion Seltzer Elementary, Tremont Elementary, Walton Elementary, Waverly Elementary. School participants outside Cleveland: Big Creek Elementary; Chagrin Falls Intermediate; Citizen s Academy; Cleveland Heights- University Heights Schools: Coventry Elementary, Roxboro Elementary; Direction for Tomorrow Home School; Hathaway Brown; Hawken; Holy Trinity; Holy Redeemer; Lake Erie College; Lakewood Lutheran; Laurel; Lutheran West High; Mayfield High; Parma Heights Christian Academy; Parma High Able Learners; Peaceful Children Montessori; Ratner School; Raymond Elementary; Revere High School; Shaker Heights Schools: Onaway Elementary, Shaker Heights High; St. Angela Merici; St. Ann s; St. Gregory the Great; St. Robert Bellarmine; St. Terese; University School. Distance Learning Class topics: African Art: Secular and Supernatural; African Masks; Ancient American Art: The Aztec and Their Ancestors; America s Story through Art (3-part series): America Emerging 1700s, America Expanding , America Transforming ; The Art of Adornment; Aztec, Maya, and More!; The Chemistry of Art (4-part series): Examining the Authenticity of Museum Objects, Extending the Senses Using the Electromagnetic Spectrum to Probe Works of Art, Restoring Works of Art Chemistry to the Rescue, Paper Chemistry and Conservation Contemporary Art; Egyptomania (4-part series): Daily Life, Hieroglyphics, Mummification, Animals in Art; Harlem Renaissance; Impressionism; Knights, Castles, and Kings; L Art de L Afrique; Medieval Masterpieces; Modernism: Early 20th Century Art; Museum Careers; Native Americans and Settlers: Encounters in Early Ohio History; Race Is a Four-Letter Word; Renaissance Painting: An Overview; Spanish Art. Participants from Ohio communities: Akron, Alliance, Aurora, Avon, Baltimore, Barberton, Bealsville, Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Bellevue, Bellfontaine, Bellville, Belpre, Boardman, Brecksville, Brooklyn, Byesville, Cambridge, Canfield, Canton, Celina, Centerville, Chagrin Falls, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Delta, Dover, Dresden, Edwardsville, Fairborn, Fairview, Fostoria, Franklin, Gahanna, Garfield Heights, Gnadenhutten, Hamilton, Hilliard, Huron, Ironton, Jamestown, Jefferson, Lakewood, Leroy, Lisbon, Litchfield, Lorain, Massillon, Medina, Mentor, Metamora, Middletown, Montpelier, Mt. Orab, Muskingum, New Philadelphia, New Richmond, New Riegel, Newark, North Canton, North Ridgeville, Oberlin, Parma, Pepper Pike, Perry, Portage, Revere, Rock Creek, Rocky River, Rootstown, Shelby, Sidney, Springfield, Steubenville, Strongsville, Tiffin, Thornville, Troy, Uhrichsville, University Heights, Wadsworth, Warren, Waterford, West Carrollton, West Milton, West Muskinghum, Westerville, Wickcliffe, Woodsfield, Wooster, Yellow Springs. Participants from other communities: Chicago, Illinois; Winchester, Kentucky; Attica, AuGres, Bay City, Benton Harbor, Clinton Township, Marquette, Muskegon, Novi, Shelby Township, and Sterling Heights, Michigan; Valley Park, Missouri; Absecon, Bridgeton, Galloway, Lincroft, Lindon, Littlestown, Mays Landing, Neptune, Wall, and Waterford, New Jersey; Absegami, Albany, Bayport, Bellmore, Carle Place, East Chester, Franklin Square, Glen Falls, Massapequa, Merrick, Mount Morris, Pennfield, Syosset, Troy, and West Hampstead, New York; Albion, Erie, Fawn Creek, Harrisburg, Media, Milford, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Paint Rock and San Antonio, Texas; Mantua, Virginia; Kennewick, Washington. School Tour Program Students from the following Ohio counties and school districts: Ashland Co.: Ashland, Loudonville-Perrysville; Ashtabula Co.: Ashtabula Area, Buckeye Local, Conneaut Area, Grand Valley Local, Jefferson Area Local, Pymatuming Valley; Columbiana Co.: Columbiana Exempted, Crestview Local, Leetonia Exempted; Coshocton Co.: Coshocton City; Crawford Co.: Buckeye Central, Bucyrus City, Galion City; Cuyahoga Co.: Bay Village, Beachwood, Bedford, Berea, Brecksville- Broadview Heights, Brooklyn, Chagrin Falls, Cleveland, Cleveland Heights-University Heights, East Cleveland, Euclid, Fairview Park, Garfield Heights, Independence, Lakewood, Maple Heights, Mayfield, N. Olmsted, N. Royalton, Olmsted Falls, Orange, Parma, Richmond Heights, Rocky River, Shaker Heights, Solon, S. Euclid, Strongsville, Warrensville Heights, Westlake; Erie Co.: Berlin-Milan Local, Huron City, Perkins Local, Sandusky City, Vermilion Local; Fayette Co.: Hamilton; Geauga Co.: Beavercreek; Hancock Co.: Findlay, Van Buren; Holmes Co.: West Holmes; Huron Co.: Bellevue, Norwalk, Western Reserve; Jefferson Co.: Buckeye Local, Steubenville; Lake Co.: Fairport Harbor, Kirtland, Madison, Mentor, Painesville, Perry, Wickliffe, Willoughby-Eastlake; Lorain Co.: Amherst, Avon Lake, Clearview, Columbia, Top: A second grader holds a medieval key fob from Problem Solving: What in the World? an Art to Go presentation at McKinley Elementary School, Cleveland. Here yet there: The museum s Dale Hilton demonstrates a distance learning project for attendees at a special University Circle meeting at the Western Reserve Historical Society. Elyria, Firelands, Keystone, Lorain, Midview, N. Ridgeville, Oberlin, Sheffield-Sheffield Lake, Wellington; Lucas Co.: Springfield; Mahoning Co.: Boardman, West Branch; Medina Co.: Black River, Brunswick, Buckeye, Cloverleaf, Highland, Medina, Wadsworth; Muskingum Co.: Tri-Valley, Zanesville; Portage Co.: Aurora, Crestwood, Field Local, James A. Garfield, Kent, Ravenna, Rootstown, Southeast, Streetsboro, Waterloo, Windham; Richland Co.: Lucas, Madison, Mansfield, Shelby; Seneca Co.: Fostoria; Stark Co.: Canton, Fairless, Jackson, Massillon, Minerva, N. Canton, Perry Local, Sandy Valley, Tuslaw; Summit Co.: Akron, Barberton, Copley-Fairlawn, Coventry, Cuyahoga Falls, Mogadore, Nordonia Hills, Revere, Springfield, Stow, Tallmadge, Twinsburg, Woodridge; Tuscarawas Co.: Dover, Indian Valley, New Philadelphia, Strasburg- Franklin, Tuscarawas Valley; Wayne Co.: Orrville, Rittman, Southeast, Triway, Wooster; Wood Co.: Bowling Green; Wyandot Co.: Upper Sandusky EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:55 PM

87 Teacher Resource Center Participants from Ashland, Carroll, Columbiana, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Delaware, Erie, Franklin, Geauga, Holmes, Huron, Lake, Lorain, Lucas, Mahoning, Medina, Muskingum, Portage, Richland, Seneca, Summit, Stark, Trumbull, Tuscarwaras, and Wayne counties in Ohio, as well as communities in Michigan and Pennsylvania. Participants from area public and private schools: Jane Addams High, Audubon Intermediate, Newton D. Baker Elementary School of Arts, A. G. Bell Elementary, Mary Bethune Elementary, Case Elementary, Moses Cleaveland Elementary, Cleveland School of the Arts, Collinwood High, Harry E. Davis Elementary, Charles Dickens Elementary, Dike Montessori, East Clark, James Gallagher Elementary, Eleanor Gerson School, Glenville High, Alexander Hamiliton Middle, Patrick Henry Elementary, Hicks Montessori, Margaret Ireland Elementary, R. G. Jones, J. F. Kennedy High, M. L. King High, Lafayette, Lincoln Middle, Charles Mooney Elementary, Daniel Morgan Middle, Garrett Morgan Elementary, Mound Elementary, Mt. Auburn Elementary, Old Brooklyn Montessori, John W. Raper Elementary, J. F. Rhodes High, Harvey Rice Elementary, Marion Seitzer Elementary, South High, Miles Standish Elementary, Sunbeam Elementary, Urban Community, Villa-Angela/St. Joseph, Walton Elementary, Warner Elementary, Watterson-Lake Elementary, and Willow Elementary. Docent Program, School Tour Topics All Creatures Great and Small: Animals in Art; American Art; Arts of the African Continent; Arts of the Americas; Arts of the Renaissance and Baroque Eras; Children in Art; Line, Shape, and Color; Castles and Knights: An Introduction to Life in the Middle Ages; Discover a World of Great Art; Dressed for Success; Egypt, Greek, and Rome; Face to Face; From Anubis to Zeus: Myths and Stories in Art; In the Footsteps of Buddha; Journey to Asia; Landscape Escapes; Materials of the Artist: How Do They Do That; Modern and Contemporary Art; Speak to the Arts; Sports in Art. Family and Youth Programs Nia Arts Alliance Collaborators: African American Museum, Art on Wheels, Case Western Reserve University, Bruno Casiano Gallery, Cleveland Poetry Center at Cleveland State University, Communidades Unidas Para la Salud (CUPS), Creative Writers Workshop Project, Kilolo Arts Media Lab, Thurgood Marshall Recreation Center, Northeast Ohio Jazz Society, Office of Minority Affairs and the Women s Comprehensive Program, and PRYME (Regional Partnership for Youth Media Empowerment). Nia Coffee House events: musical performances by Eddie Baccus Jr. Trio, Eddie Baccus Sr. Trio, El Franky Lopez Quinteto, Horns and Things, Jack My Dog, Nueva Trova y Troubadores, Mwatabu Okantah and Eric Gould, Vince Robinson and the Jazz Poets, the Judy Strauss Trio, Curtis Taylor Quintet, Vernacular. Guest poets included Kelly Harris, Sara Holbrook, Ray McNiece, Mwatabu Okantah, Joseph Primes, Terry Provost, Q-Nice, Vince Robinson, Michael Salinger, Michelle R. Smith, R. A. Washington, Mary Weems, Ph.D. Visual artists included Lori Bellman, Cavana Faithwalker, Eric Gould, Kate Hoffmeyer, Joe Iona, Scott Lawson, Seema Rao, Irene Shinkle. Museum Art Classes Instructors: Sarah Curry, Jeanna Forhan, Laurie Garrett, Susan Greenwald, Kate Hoffmeyer, Connie Hozvicka, Arielle Levine, Aileen McKimm, Cliff Novak, Sreshta Premnath, Andrea Serafino, Nathan Wasserbauer, Kelly Williams, Jaymi Zents. Supervisors: Grace Bynum, Dyane Hronek Hanslik, Nancy Prudic. Early Learning Initiative Cultural institutions: The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, The Cleveland Orchestra, Cleveland Play House, The Children s Museum of Cleveland, Nature Center at Shaker Lakes, Western Reserve Historical Society, University Circle Incorporated. Day care centers: Church of the Covenant, The Cleveland Music School Settlement, Cleveland Sight Center, Daniel Morgan, Karamu House, University Hospitals Kindercare, Wade Day Care Center. Instructor: Kate Hoffmeyer. Future Connections Cultural institutions: Case Western Reserve University, The Children s Museum of Cleveland, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art (now Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland), The Cleveland Institute of Art, The Cleveland Institute of Music, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland Play House, Western Reserve Historical Society, University Circle Incorporated. Business partners: Allen Bradley Company, Cleveland Clinic, General Electric, Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, Judson Park Retirement Community, Ohio Savings Bank. Mentors: Elliott Edmunds, Dyane Hronek Hanslik. Circle Sampler Camp Cultural institutions: African American Museum, The Children s Museum of Cleveland, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art (now Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland), The Cleveland Institute of Art, The Cleveland Institute of Music, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, The Health Museum of Cleveland, Western Reserve Historical Society. Instructor: Debbie Apple-Presser. Family Express Instructors: Laura Feranndo, Arielle Levine, Julie Hoover Mailey. Assistants: Joan Hanslik, Andrea Harchar, Victoria Slonaker, Jenny Zito. Exhibitions and Adult Programs Symposia and Lectures Picasso: The Artist s Studio Lectures: Posing in the Studio: Models in Paris, , Marie Lathers, Case Western Reserve University; The Sum of Destructions: Picasso s Cultures and the Creation of Cubism, Natasha Stahler, Amherst College. The Stamp of Impulse: Abstract Expressionist Prints. Lectures: Abstract Expressionism: The Painters Behind the Prints, Jeffrey Grove; Jackson Pollock Revisited, Evert Ellin, organizer of 1964 Pollock retrospective. Photography Transformed: Selections from the Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company Collection Lecture: Photography in a New Light, Klaus Kertess, catalogue author. Treasury of the World: Jeweled Arts of India in the Age of the Mughals Lectures: Mughal Architecture and the Taj Mahal, Catherine Asher, University of Minnesota; History of Kashmir Shawls and Contemporary Kashmir Shawls, Arlene Cooper and Jenny Housego, textile specialists; Miniature Paintings as Documents of the Jeweled Art, Joseph Dye, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; Paradise in Mughal Gardens, Elizabeth Moynihan, independent scholar; Splendid Culmination: The Classic Phase of Jeweled Arts of the Mughal Period, Manuel Keene, exhibition curator; Luxury Crafts at the Court of the Great Mughal, Robert Skelton, Victoria & Albert Museum; Jeweled Thrones, Susan Stronge, Victoria & Albert Museum. From Paris to Provincetown: Blanche Lazzell and the Color Woodcut Lecture: Blanche Lazzell and the Color Woodcut, Barbara Stern Shapiro, Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Into the Light: Projected Images from Symposium: artists Simone Forti, Dan Graham, Anthony McCall, and Dennis Oppenheim; Jeffrey Grove, The Cleveland Museum of Art; Anne Rorimer, independent scholar and art historian; Chrissie Iles, Whitney Museum of Art, exhibition curator. Workshop and dance: Simone Forti in Performance, Simone Forti and area students. Battle of the Nudes: Pollaiuolo s Renaissance Masterpiece Symposium: 1475 and After: Dating the Mantegna Prints, Suzanne Boorsch, Yale University Art Gallery; Antonio Pollaiuolo and the Goldsmith s Art, Evelyn Lincoln, Brown University; Finiguerra and Pollaiuolo s Drawings: Style, Technique and Function, Lorenza Melli, Kunsthistorishes Institut in Florenz; Antonio Pollaiuolo and the Interpretation of the Arts, Alison Wright, University College, London EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:55 PM

88 Artist Simone Forti performs in the garden court in a special event complementing Into the Light. Elizabeth Catlett: Prints and Sculpture Lectures: My Own Work, Elizabeth Catlett; Elizabeth Catlett and Her Contemporaries, Jane Glaubinger, The Cleveland Museum of Art. Lecture and presentation: In Honor of Margaret Walker, Regennia N. Williams, Cleveland State University; theatrical production, Prester Pickett, poet. Drawings from the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille Lecture: Raphael and the Reinvention of Drawing, Martin Clayton, Royal Library, Windsor Castle. Challenging Structure: Frank Gehry s Peter B. Lewis Building Lecture: Frank Gehry s Peter B. Lewis Building: A Critical Response, Robert Bostwick, architecture critic. Girl Culture: Photographs by Lauren Greenfield Lecture: Girl Culture, Lauren Greenfield. Magna Graecia: Greek Art from South Italy and Sicily Lecture: Rosalba Panvini, Museo Archeologico, Gela and excavator of the Gela Altars. Symposium: The Place of Italy and Sicily in Greek Art, R. Ross Holloway, Brown University; Black Figure Pottery in Magna Graecia: Style and Iconography, Mario Iozzo, Centro di Restauro, Florence, and Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Chiusi; Magna Graecia Rediscovered: A Grand Tour, Aaron J. Paul, Tampa Museum of Art; From Eleusis to Syracuse: Demeter and Persephone in Western Greece, H. Alan Shapiro, The Johns Hopkins University. A City Seen Dialogue: Views of Cleveland: Dialogues in a City Seen, Michael Book, Linda Butler, Gregory Conniff, Lois Conner, Larry Fink, Lee Friedlander, Frank Gohlke, Douglas Lucak, Nicholas Nixon, and Judith Joy Ross, artists. Lectures: History of Photography Lecture Series, Saundy Stemen; Photographing the City, John Szarkowski, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gallery talk: A City Seen, Mark Schwartz, guest curator, and Tom Hinson, The Cleveland Museum of Art. Student workshop: Barbara Bosworth and Douglas Lucak, artists. Additional Lectures Ghost Stories: Pentimenti, or Hidden Artistic Changes in Paintings in the Museum s Collection, Kenneth Bé, The Cleveland Museum of Art; Appreciating the Surfaces of Paintings, Kenneth Bé; Medieval Stained Glass and Sculpture of Chartres Cathedral, Malcolm Miller, scholar; Turning Heads: The Architecture of Frank Gehry, Michael St. Clair, The Cleveland Museum of Art. Art and Management: What Can We Learn from Each Other? Dialogues: Frank O. Gehry, Weatherhead School of Management architect, and Peter B. Lewis, Progressive Corporation; Cesar Pelli, Toledo Owens Corning corporate headquarters architect, and Glen Hiner, Owens Corning; David M. Schwarz, Severance Hall renovation architect, and Thomas W. Morris, The Cleveland Orchestra. Moderator Jeffrey Kipnis, Wexner Center, The Ohio State University. Archaeological Institute of America Greek Military History, Robert Gaebel, University of Akron; Current Archaeology in Turkey, Timothy Matney, University of Akron; Mediterranean Seafaring in the Bronze Age ( BC), Shelly Wachsmann, Texas A & M University. Harvey Buchanan Lecture The Meaning of the Cloth: The Tapestry and the Loincloth, Arthur Danto, Columbia University. Textile Arts Alliance Lecture Art Cloth, artist Jane Dunnewald; From the Woods, artist Dorothy Gill Barnes. Continuing Education Courses Art and Faith: Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam, Alison Benders, John Carroll and Case Western Reserve Universities; James Dobbins, Oberlin College; Peter Hass, Case Western Reserve University; Imam Ramez Islambouli, Lakeland and Cuyahoga Community Colleges, and chaplain for the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals; Fr. George Smiga, STD, St. Mary Seminary and Graduate School of Theology, and Pastor of St. Noel Parish. Magna Graecia: Art, Life, and Culture, Barbara A. Kathman, The Cleveland Museum of Art. Amercan Landscape Art, Geraldine Kiefer, University of Notre Dame. Modern and Contemporary Art, Lisa Robertson, Cleveland State University EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:55 PM

89 Artist Wendy Mahon created this illuminated gateway for the Environment of Lights installation in Wade Oval at the 2002 Lantern Festival. Featured artist Anna Arnold creates her street painting Sisters for the 13th annual Chalk Festival. Festivals Chalk Festival Featured chalk artists: Anna Arnold, Bruno Casiano, Kester Jerry, Wendy Mahon, A. D. Peters, Jesse Rhinehart, Robin VanLear. Musicians: Blues DeVille, Roberto Ocasio Latin Jazz Project. Outreach workshop: Buhrer Elementary (Cleveland). Participating groups: Buhrer Elementary (Cleveland) in collaboration with the Case Western Reserve University Office of Multicultural Affairs; Girl Scouts (troops from Huron, Ohio and Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania); Jack and Jill (Akron chapter); Lake Center Christian School (Hartville); Riverside High (Painesville); Teen Start; Unitarian Universalist Society of Cleveland. Winter Lights Lantern Festival Environment of Lights installation artists: Michael Guy-James, Wendy Mahon, Mark Sugiuchi, Robin VanLear. Original music: Carl Johnson. Dancers: Bill Wade (choreography and lead), Hannah Anthony, Nick Carlisle, Micheal Costello, James Holloway, Jennifer Lott, Margret Ludlow, Amy Notley-Guy-James, Young Park, Leila Pelhan, Lizzie Roche, Neil Weeks, Chris Whitney. Guest lantern artists: Hector Castellanos, Micheal Costello, Matt Fehrmann, Angelica Pozo, Nancy Prudic, Story Rhinehart, Lizzie Roche, Kristin Wade, Kevin Williams, Murphy Winters. Musicians: CWRU Early Music Singers and Baroque Orchestra, The Madrigal Singers, Karel Paukert. Outreach workshop: Cleveland Sight Center, YouthAbility Volunteers from Eleanor Gerson School. Community Arts Appearances Art on Wheels; The Avenue at Tower City; Blossom Music Center Summerfest; Bruno Casiano Gallery; Cleveland Arts Summit; Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, Boo at the Zoo (6 days); Cleveland Public Theatre (display); Glenville Festival; Mather Gallery, Case Western Reserve University; National City Bank Building; Playhouse Square Centerfest; The Thinker reinstallation; Tremont Arts and Cultural Festival; WinterFest at the Old Arcade (2 days). Parade the Circle Celebration Guest artists: Amy Ballestad (Minnesota), Roaidi Cartaya Carvajal (Cuba), Andres Cabrera Garcia (Cuba), Brad Harley (Canada), Kester Jerry (Trinidad and Tobago), Alejandro Calzada Miranda (Cuba), Mary Jo Nikolai (Minnesota), Michael Lee Poy (Canada, Trinidad and Tobago), Zaida del Rio (Cuba), Rick Simon (Canada), Rudolph Murphy Winters (Trinidad and Tobago). Artists and support staff: Debbie Apple- Presser, Abby Baumgartner, Sue Berry, Philip Brutz, Hector Castellanos, Kathy Colquhoun, Michael Crouch, Félix Diaz, Nan Eisenberg, Liza Goodell, Michael Guy-James, Dyane Hronek Hanslik, Scott Heiser, Ezra Houser, Mark Jenks, Carl Johnson, Buff Jozsa, Sheila Keller, Wendy Mahon, Abby Maier, Vanessa North, Amy Notley-Guy-James, Pat O Malley, Young Park, Jesse Rhinehart, Lizzie Roche, SAFMOD, Jan Stickney, Chuck Supinski, Vivian Vail, Robin VanLear, Jill VanOrden, Bill Wade, Kristin Wade, Kelly Williams, Craig Woodson poster: A. D. Peters. University Circle Incorporated member institution groups: Abington Arms, African American Museum, Case Western Reserve University, The Children s Museum of Cleveland, Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation, Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center, Cleveland Institute of Art, The Cleveland Museum of Art (and Womens Council, Young Friends, Docents), Cleveland Museum of Natural History (and Nature League), The Cleveland Music School Settlement, The Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland Sight Center, Dunham Tavern Museum, Fairhill Center, The Health Museum of Cleveland, Judson Retirement Community, Karamu House Incorporated, The Lake View Cemetery Association, Magnolia Clubhouse of Bridgeway, Inc., Nature Center at Shaker Lakes, University Circle Incorporated, Young Audiences of Greater Cleveland. Schools and education groups: Bedford Schools: Carylwood Elementary; Berea Schools: Fairwood Elementary; Brecksville EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:55 PM

90 Parade 2002 guest artists Mary Jo Nikolai and Amy Ballestad created this ensemble: Bird Brained Ornithologists. The final touches being added to Mount Pleasant Boys and Girls Club s ensemble for Parade 2002: The Phantom Eleven Broadview Heights High; Case Western Reserve University Department of Modern Languages and Literatures; Citizens Academy; Cleveland Heights-University Heights Schools: Coventry Elementary and Fairfax Elementary; Cleveland Institute of Art; Cleveland Learning Co-op; Cleveland Municipal School District: Audubon Middle, Alexander Graham Bell Elementary, Buhrer Elementary, Kenneth W. Clement Elementary, Cleveland School of the Arts, Charles Dickens Elementary, Harry E. Davis Middle, Margaret A. Ireland Contemporary Academy, Kentucky Elementary, Sunbeam Elementary; Cleveland Music School Settlement, Early Childhood Department; Gilmour Academy; Hathaway Brown School; Hawken School; Laurel School; North Ridgeville Schools: Elizabeth Wilcox Elementary; Our Lady of Peace School; Pardes School; Positive Education Program; Shaker Heights High; Strongsville Schools: Chapman Elementary; University School; Westlake Schools: Hilliard Elementary. Community groups: Abington Arms Art Therapy Program, Catholic Charities/Hispanic Senior Center, City of Cleveland: Division of Waste Collection and Disposal, Cleveland Public Theatre Brick City Youth Theatre Project, Cuyahoga County Board of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, El Barrio, Fairhill Intergenerational Resource Center, Families with Children from China, Hessler Street and Harmony Park, Karamu House Cultural Arts and Education Department, Metropolitan Bank & Trust, Mount Pleasant Boys and Girls Club, New Song Church of the Heights, Nigerian Community of Greater Cleveland, ParkWorks, Playhouse Square Teatro Popular Project, Queen Bee Productions, St. Philip s Episcopal Church, Silver Apples of the Moon Project (sponsored by Shaker Heights Public Library and Cleveland Public Library), Southwest Arts Partnership, Thea Bownman Center, Trinity Cathedral, Unity of Greater Cleveland, Youth Challenge. Music and dance groups: Matt Apanius All Star Steel Band; Aquarella do Mundo Samba de Escola; BareBones Productions; Chicks on Sticks; Cleveland Contemporary Dance; Consort; Dance Afrika Dance; East 185th St. Drum Circle Dancers (Hareem Sharem, Yashara s Dance Troupe, Dahmia s Dance Troupe); Hathaway Brown Moving Company; In let Dance Theatre; Jerry Keller, Norm Tishler, Mal Barron and Friends; Mellow Harps Steel Drum Band; The Repertory Project; SAFMOD; Shaker Heights High Senior Ensemble; The Wind and Sand Dance Company; The YARD (Cleveland School of the Arts). Circle Village activities presenters: African American Museum, The Children s Museum of Cleveland, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art (now Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland), Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center, The Cleveland Institute of Art, The Cleveland Institute of Music, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, The Cleveland Music School Settlement, The Cleveland Orchestra, The Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland Sight Center, Dunham Tavern Museum, The Free Clinic of Greater Cleveland, The Health Museum of Cleveland, Judson Retirement Community, Karamu House Incorporated, The Lake View Cemetery Association, Metropolitan Bank & Trust, Nature Center at Shaker Lakes, Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine/Cleveland Food & Ankle Clinic, Puppetry Guild of Northeastern Ohio, Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland, The Sculpture Center, University Circle Incorporated, University Hospitals KinderCare, Western Reserve Association for the Preservation and Perpetuation of Storytelling (WRAPPS), Western Reserve Historical Society, Young Audiences of Greater Cleveland. Pole banner artists: Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center; The Cleveland Museum of Art staff, docents, and volunteers: Anne Berke, Becky Bristol, Anne Cimballa, Gretchen Denaro, Marsha Gross, Kate Hoffmeyer, Joe Ionna, Vicki Isphording, Dicc Klann, Cathy Lewis-Wright, Holly Pierson, Seema Rao, Anita Silverstein, Larry Sisson; The Cleveland Museum of Art Ambassadors Program; Dunham Tavern Museum; Judson Retirement Community. Sponsors: Metropolitan Bank & Trust with generous support from The George Gund and additional support from the Ohio Arts Council; City of Cleveland, Jane L. Campbell, Mayor; Cleveland City Council members Patricia J. Britt, Ward 6, Sabra Pierce Scott, Ward 8, and Kevin Conwell, Ward 9; and the Cleveland Coca-Cola Bottling Company. Promotional support was provided by The Plain Dealer, 89.7 WKSU, and Mix Special thanks to Charlie s Fabrics and Distillata. Circle of Masks Artists: Wendy Mahon, Angelica Pozo, Mark Sugiuchi. Movement Performers: In let Dance Theatre with the YARD (Cleveland School of the Arts), Mark Jenks, Leilani Barrett EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:55 PM

91 Performing Arts VIVA! Festival of Performing Arts The Bauls of India; Cleveland Jazz Orchestra featuring Humberto Ramírez, Big Band Latin Jazz ; Cristina Branco; Frula, Music and Dance of the Balkans ; Marcel Khalife, The Music of Lebanon ; Kandia Kouyate, Songs of Mali ; Baaba Maal, Music of Senegal ; Masters of Persian Music; Nrityagram Dance Ensemble of India; Paco Pena Flamenco Dance Company; Radio Tarifa; Emil Zrihan, Jewish Music of Morocco. Carnevale World Music and Dance Series Hossein Alizadeh, Master of Persian Lutes ; Dervish: Music of Ireland ; Lila Downs; The Klezmatics; Mísia, The Passion Songs of Portugal ; Compañía María Pagé, Flamenco Republic ; Mônica Salmaso; The Tango Bar. Jazz on the Circle Ron Carter Quartet, Contemporary Piano Ensemble, Eliane Elias Trio, Slide Hampton & The World of Trombones. MLK Jr. Day Celebration Greater Cleveland Choral Chapter, Robert Lockwood Jr. Tri-C JazzFest Jazz Poet on Broadway. Workshops Tibetan Sand Mandala Painting, instructor, Ven. Tenzin Yignyen. Summer Evenings Courtyard Music Afro-Rican Ensemble, The Eddie Baccus Quartet, The Greg Bandy Quartet, Blue Lunch, Blues DeVille, The Bob Buschow Octet, Charged Particles, The Jesse Dandy Jazz Ensemble, DBC, The Skip Gibson Quartet, The Eric Gould Quartet, The Cliff Habian Quartet, The Susan Hesse Quartet, The KingBees, Ernie Krivda and the Swingtown Sextet, The Mercurys, The Ed Michaels Quartet, Mr. Downchild and The House Rockers, The New Harp Experience, The Trisha O Brien Quintet, The Paradise Jazz Band, The Mike Petrone Quartet, The John Richmond Swingtet. Film Bop Til You Drop: The Beat Era on Film Seven features and 20 shorts about American bohemians of the forties, fifties, and early sixties. Jewish/Israeli Film Festival Eight features and one short, most Cleveland premieres, from five different countries. The Postmodern Movie Musical Eight groundbreaking musicals from around the world. India Film Series Four India-themed movies that complemented the exhibition Jeweled Arts of India. New Nonfiction Four recent documentary features and one short. Cinema without Borders: The Films of Joris Ivens Six features and ten shorts by the late, great Dutch documentarian. The Magnificent 7 A wide-ranging salute to cinema, the seventh art, consisting of 27 classic films with the number 7 in their titles. Further Into the Light Five shorts and one feature by artists represented in the Into the Light exhibition. Songs of the Ukraine: The Films of Alexander Dovzhenko Nine features by one of the giants of Soviet cinema. After the War, Before the Wall: German Cinema, Seven eye-opening movies from a neglected era of film history. Greek Adventurers Five films spotlighting the contributions to world cinema of Greek-born film artists. Alexander Sokurov: Recent Video Work Six full-length videos from the contemporary Russian master. Wilder at Heart A free series of five features by the great American writer-director Billy Wilder, who died in Special Film Events In October, filmmaker Spike Lee and former Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown attended two special screenings of Lee s new documentary, Jim Brown: All-American. Both men answered questions from members of the audience after each show. In November, Richard Myers, the dean of Ohio filmmakers, attended the Cleveland premiere showing of his latest feature, Marjory s Diary, based on a journal his mother kept while growing up in Massillon during the 1920s and 1930s. A free screening of the gospel music documentary Say Amen, Somebody! presented as part of the museum s Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:55 PM

92 Karel Paukert playing the Viennese fortepiano by Philip Belt. Musical Arts Lectures Ross Duffin, Rebecca Fischer, Stephen E. Hefling, Steven Plank, Richard Rodda. Gala Music Series American Baroque; The Clerks Group, Edward Wickham, director, The Original Josquin ; Czech Nonet; The Endellion String Quartet; Andrew Manze, Baroque violin with Richard Egarr, harpsichord; Piffaro: The Renaissance Band; Ewa Podle«, contralto with Ania Marchwinska, piano; Dang Thai Son, piano. Musart Matinee Series Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory of Music; David Breitman, fortepiano, The Dedication of the Clifford K. Kern Fortepiano ; students of Janina Ceaser (CIM), An Afternoon of Harpsichord Music ; James David Christie, organ; Concorditas; Paul Cox, percussion, Gehry Variations ; Ross Duffin, CWRU Early Music Singers and Baroque Orchestra; Michal George, guitar; David Leisner, guitar; Marilyn Nonken, piano, Morton Feldman s Triadic Memories ; Oberlin Contemporary Ensemble with Ursula Oppens, piano, Timothy Weiss, director; Robert Parkins, organ; Karel Paukert, organ and harpsichord with Janina Ceaser, harpsichord, Homage to J. S. Bach Part I: The Organ Mass and Homage to J. S. Bach Part II: The Art of Fugue ; Judith Overcash Rubin, soprano, with Vivian Montgomery, fortepiano, Songs from a London Piano ; St. Paul s Episcopal Church Choir, From Lent to Easter ; St. Paul s Episcopal Church Choir, Handbell and Children s Choir, soloists, and instrumental ensemble, Karel Paukert, Steven Plank, Cordetta Valthauser, and Richard and Beth Nelson, directors, Holiday Christmas Concert ; Daniel Shapiro, piano/lecture and recital; Solaris Wind Quintet; Fabian Emil Toledo, organ; Jaroslav Tÿma, harpsichord; The University Circle Wind Ensemble, Gary Ciepluch, director (2 concerts); Viola Section of the Cleveland Orchestra. Musart Mondial Series The Brahms Trio; Camerata Köln, Virtuoso Baroque Music from Germany ; Red {an orchestra}; Vermeer String Quartet. Summer Evenings Concerts Laurent Boukobza, piano; Janina Ceaser, harpsichord with Karel Paukert, harpsichord and celesta; Jack Sutte, trumpet with Karel Paukert, organ, Organ Plus ; Splendid Varietie: Three Centuries of the Lute, featuring lutenists Robert Barto, Andrea Damiani, Ronn McFarlane, Nigel North, Paul O Dette, The Venere Quartet and sopranos Julianne Baird and Ellen Hargis; The Cleveland Chamber Collective; The Cavani String Quartet with Philip Setzer, viola; The Kent/Blossom Chamber Orchestra, Steven Smith, conductor, 35th Anniversary Concert ; ENCORE School for Strings Intensive Quartet Seminar; Lyric Opera Cleveland Apprentice Concert; Organ Plus: Music for Organ and Instruments, Lenora-Marya Anop, violin; Nicole Divall, viola; Steven Witser, trombone; Karel Paukert, organ. Curator s Organ and Keyboard Recitals Karel Paukert, 22 recitals and 10 demonstrations. Outreach and Audience Development Speakers Bureau Free slide lectures were presented about works in the permanent collection and special exhibitions. Volunteers appeared at 32 venues for a total of 1,520 listeners. Presentation sites included retirement facilities, sorority groups, women s & men s clubs, public and private schools, Rotary Clubs, senior centers, churches, and professional groups. Special lectures were presented to the members of the Southwest Arts Partnership and staff of the West Side branches of the Cuyahoga County Public Library. Art Crew The Art Crew gives the museum a living presence and vitality in the community. Performers in costumes based on works in the collection work with a handler who fields questions and supplies educational information along with a free Polaroid picture of participants posing with the characters. Venues included: African American Family Festival (Luke Easter Park), Bedford Heights Fall Fest, Brookpark Library Holiday Party, Citizen s Academy Family, City of Cleveland Cultural Arts Summit, City of Cleveland National Night Out against Crime, Case Western Reserve University Homecoming Parade, East Cleveland Neighborhood Festival Parade, GE Employees Art & Cultural Program, Glenville Neighborhood Festival Parade, Hunger Network: Walk for Hunger, Jacobs Field Tribe Tots, Laurel School s Medieval Festival, Literacy Night, MLK Day at CMA, Puritas Park Building Peace through Art Festival, Shaker Heights Day Parade, Shaker Heights Public Library Project, Strongsville Elementary Arts Festival, UrbanLeague of Greater Cleveland Do the Right Thing Parade, USPS Multicultural Celebration at NASA Glenn, Western Reserve Historical Society Heritage & Cultural Festival, Young Audiences Benefit: The Edge. Outreach Activities, Offsite The Art of Sports Night at Gund Arena Baycrafters Renaissance Fantasy Fayre FraserNet Power Networking Conference Chautauqua Arts Festival in Berea The Cleveland Home & Garden Show Rotunda at Tower City RTA Station West Side Market Summer Arts Festival Outreach Activities, at the Museum 100 Black Men of Greater Cleveland membership pinning ceremony Community Fence Celebration Community Lighting Celebration Lecture, Regennia N. Williams, Cleveland State University, and Helen Turner Thompson, gospel music pioneer President s Reception, SCLC National Conference State of Ward 8 Address, City Council Representative Sabre Pierce Scott USPS Stamp Unveiling, Andy Warhol s Self- Portrait, EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:55 PM

93 Summary of Attendance Total attendance, museum 505,585 Community Arts Chalk Festival 9,000 Circle of Masks 1,500 Community Arts (offsite events) 84,550 Community Days outreach events 250 Parade the Circle Celebration 50,000 Winter Lights Lantern Festival 11,000 Total 156,300 School and Teacher Services Art to Go 5,584 Distance Learning 14,336 Docent-guided groups of children 29,789 School Studio programs 1,520 Self-guided groups of children 22,769 Staff-guided groups of children 36,388 Teacher Resource Center 2,361 Teacher Resource Center Offsite 2,782 Total 115,529 Family and Youth Programs Community outreach 6,157* Family workshops 2,130 High school programs 1,018* Oriental Odyssey 540 Future Connections 130 Theater Arts Camp 168 World of Difference 180 Museum Art Classes 8,847* Special days 5,550 Martin Luther King Jr. Day 3,515 Greek Festival Day 1,200 Indian Festival Day 835 Special youth programs 1,213* ELI 655 Afternoon with the Arts 42 Circle Sampler Camp 100 Math Connections 416 Storytelling 170 Total 25,085 For Adults Adult guided groups (staff/docents) 7,252 Adult self-guided groups 1,957 Adult Studio classes 3,720* CWRU audit classes for members 2,184* CWRU classes 13,618* Gallery talks 5,332 Highlights tours by docents 2,707 Lifelong Learning Program 2,714* Public lectures 11,955 Recorded tours 18,150 Jeweled Arts of India 8,782 Magna Graecia 5,146 Sight and Sound 4,222 Total 69,589 Film 7,551 Musical Arts 14,329 Performing Arts Jazz on the Circle 2,106 Other concerts, festivals, and workshops 3,915 Summer Evenings (Wednesdays and Fridays) (door count) 25,577 Carnevale World Music and Dance 5,642 VIVA! Festival of Performing Arts 7,453 Total 39,051 Grand Total ,434 * reflects multi-attendance Ingalls Library Book Library Acquisitions Books ordered 4,770 Books received 4,907 Gifts received 1,520 Exchanges received 1,394 Cataloging Cataloged 6,823 titles in 8,196 items (includes books, serials, electronic resources, microforms, scores, and video and audio recordings, in Roman and CJK scripts) Volume count as of December 31, ,531 titles in 371,848 volumes Book repairs 690 Headings added to ArtNACO 221 Public Services Staff use (February December) 2,986 Nonstaff users registered 4,757 Book circulation 39,250 CMA staff 26,902 CWRU 9,081 Members 918 Other researchers 2,349 Books shelved 30,929 Reference questions answered 2,356 (including 254 questions) Books handled via courier run 6,940 Interlibrary loans 1,338 (408 as borrower, 930 as lender) Serials Serial titles 2,888 Active titles 1,571 Serials checked in 4,301 Titles cataloged 84 Sales catalogs received 1,882 Volumes bound 3,626 SCIPIO (Sales Catalog Index Project Input Online) Records added 1,882 Recon records added as of December 31, ,733 Total records in online system 78,239 Image Library Slides borrowed 32,903 CMA staff 8,551 CWRU 16,023 Public 8,329 Slide borrowers 1,068 CMA staff 340 CWRU 469 Public 259 Slides filed 40,896 Videos borrowed 28 Videos watched 30 Videos owned 1,042 Acquisitions Slides 1,345 Digital images photographed 5,204 Digital images purchased 1,001 Digital Processing Slides scanned 3,770 Images attached to database 7,214 Slides printed 4,146 CDs burned for staff 8 Cataloging Entered 3,821 Cataloged 5,401 Records online in Re:Discovery 154,590 Images online in Re:Discovery 18,000 Archives Records accessioned cubic feet Records processed 173 cubic feet Total holdings as of December 31, ,405 cubic feet Finding aids/box lists prepared 14 Records sent to offsite storage 196 cubic feet File titles added to database 4,394 Reference requests 181 Staff 43 Public 38 A fledgling chalk artist works on the museum s south terrace at the 2002 Chalk Festival EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:55 PM

94 STAFF Director s Office Katharine Lee Reid, Director and Chief Executive Officer Roberto Prcela, Assistant Secretary to the Board Lynn Williams, Executive Assistant Barbara Kasperski, Administrative Assistant Jo Ann Marron, Assistant* Administration Janet G. Ashe, Deputy Director of Administration and Treasurer Design and Architecture Division Jeffrey Strean, Director of Design and Architecture Elizabeth Freer, Project Coordinator, Building Project Elisa Meadows, Administrative Assistant* Design Jeffrey Baxter, Head of Exhibition Design and Production JoAnn Dickey, Graphic Designer Terra Keskemety, Production Designer* Laura Probola, Production Designer* Mary Thomas, Production Designer* Chris Tyler, Lighting Designer Randall Von Ryan, Associate Director, Architecture and Construction Exhibition Production Howard Oliver, Museum Technician/ Painter Gerald L. Smith, Carpenter/Museum Technician Harold Borgman, Carpenter/Museum Technician * part-time Installation Jeff Falsgraf, Installation Supervisor Joseph R. Blaser Jr., Lead Technician, Permanent Collection Robin Roth, Graphics Technician Tim Gaewsky, Installation Technician Joe Ionna, Installation Technician Carlo Maggiora, Installation Technician Mark McClintock, Installation Technician Andrea Joki, Installation Technician* Barbara Konrad, Installation Technician* Operations Division Ian Herron, Director of Operations Facilities Thomas Catalioti, Facilities Manager Diane Kawolics, Assistant to the Facilities Manager Richard Jeric, Mechanical Maintenance Technician* James F. Rudisille, Electrician Joseph Sedlak, Electrician Robin Presley, Facilities Painter Construction Services Mark Unick, Foreman Dominique Halley, Technician Alton Avery, General Helper Engineering Joseph Z. Jamrus, Supervisor Anthony Lee, Facilities Technician Frank Babudar, 3rd Shift Engineer Thomas J. Cari, Engineer Anthony Ceo, Engineer Richard Friend, 3rd Shift Engineer Pete Joksimovich, 2nd Shift Engineer Mel Matowitz, 2nd Shift Engineer Fred E. Sanders, Engineer Building Services David Blom, Supervisor Artice (Joe) Savage, Group Leader/ General Cleaner Shawn Burns, General Cleaner LaTonya Cozart, General Cleaner Susan Evan, General Cleaner Brian Ferguson, General Cleaner Brian Fields, General Cleaner Deanna Miller, General Cleaner Hercules Riley, General Cleaner Ibn Taylor, General Cleaner John Weems, General Cleaner Avila Winston, General Cleaner Rebecca Harrison, General Cleaner* Cynthia Wiggins, General Cleaner* Monica Wiggins, General Cleaner* Grounds Thomas Hornberger, Supervisor Ronald L. Crosby, Group Leader/ Groundskeeper Allen C. Jesunas, Grounds Assistant Lott Crosby, Groundskeeper William Foster, Groundskeeper Joseph L. Hrovat, Groundskeeper John Sawicki, Groundskeeper Anthony Calabretta, Groundskeeper* Richard Korosi, Groundskeeper* Protection Services Brad Clark, Chief Carol Camloh, Coordinator Paul Bouley, Manager Jeff Cahill, Manager Salvador Gonzalez, Manager Carolyn M. Ivanye, Manager Jaime Juarez, Manager Frederick D. Martin Jr., Manager Steven Witalis, Manager William McGee, Electronic Security Coordinator Ben Broco, Alarm Technician Robert Andrews, Supervisor James Donovan, Supervisor Ken Haffner, Supervisor Eugene Irwin, Supervisor Carol Meyers, Supervisor David Setny, Supervisor Kamilia Abadier, Guard Soad Al Rashidy, Guard* Marcus Altus, Guard* Maria Aras, Guard Guan Barnes, Guard* Kenneth Burington, Guard* Frank Cacciacarro, Guard Ed Cade, Guard* David Carter, Guard* Adam Clark, Guard* Mervin Clary, Guard Margarita Claudio, Guard Clint Clore, Guard Leroy Coston, Guard* Dexter Davis, Guard Jonah De Rivera, Guard* Connie Devadoss, Guard* Rachel Duszynski, Guard* James Earl, Guard* Charles Ellis, Guard Ilya Elnatanov, Guard* Carolyn Ernst, Guard* Michael Evans, Guard Terence Fetchet, Guard* Stacy Foreman, Guard* Ted Frisco, Guard* Gabe Gaskins, Guard* Leonard Gipson Jr., Guard Adrienne Grady, Guard* Thomas Graven, Guard Alexander Gulkin, Guard* Tim Harriet, Guard* Charmane Harris, Guard* Clifford Hicks, Guard Abdullah Ibrahim, Guard* Patricia Jagodnik, Guard* Kenneth Jones, Guard* Verla Jones, Guard* Gerald Karecki, Guard Walter Karoly, Guard* Jon Keppel, Guard* Dwayne Kirkland, Guard Marilyn Kraska, Guard* Anne Laperriere, Guard* Andrea Libertini, Guard* Emmil Makram, Guard* Louris Malaty, Guard David McElhaney, Guard* Felice McLin, Guard James McNamara, Guard Salwa Melek, Guard George Meluch, Guard* Valentine Mihalek, Guard* Christopher Mis, Guard Teresa Najarro, Guard Adam Noble, Guard* Dezso Novota, Guard 93 5-EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:55 PM

95 Paul Pfeifer, Guard* Robert Pruitt, Guard* Vladimir Rasshivkin, Guard James Rauchfleisch, Guard* Timothy Roach, Guard Gene Roelke, Guard* Jason Rudolf, Guard* Abram Shneyder, Guard Zachary Solotko, Guard* Bion St. Bernard, Guard* Nathan Steffens, Guard* Alec Stewart, Guard* Reginald Sturdivant, Guard Marti Thomas, Guard Martin Tkac Jr., Guard Matthew Valerius, Guard* Alexander Verni, Guard Janet Voss, Guard Lauren Voss, Guard* Paul Walker Jr., Guard* Seretha Walker, Guard* Michael Weiss, Guard* Taqueina Wilkins, Guard* John Williams, Guard George Youssef, Guard Richard Archacki, Night Watch Person Vincent D Amico, Night Watch Person Anthony Dudley, Night Watch Person* Derrick Fields, Night Watch Person* Lawrence Fitch, Night Watch Person Lee Hebebrand, Night Watch Person Leonard Kile, Night Watch Person David Robbins, Night Watch Person John Somogyi, Night Watch Person Carey Yancey, Night Watch Person Museum Stores Amy Garner, Manager of Retail Stores and Support Services John Baburek, Buyer Mary St. John, Buyer Julie Verdon, Buyer Martha Lattie, Product Development Coordinator Diana Borcz, Product Developer/Visual Merchandise Coordinator Dedeja Tsiranany, Office Coordinator Nancy Vasse-Hansel, Wholesale Coordinator Andrew Cari, Store Training Manager Hedvig Novota, Senior Assistant Manager Carolyn Guy, Selling Supervisor Peter Berke, Sales Assistant* Margaret Brewster, Sales Assistant* Patrick Cassidy, Sales Assistant* Rachel Coon, Sales Assistant* Robert Jaffe, Sales Assistant* Saul Kammen, Sales Assistant* Joan Larson, Sales Assistant* Richard Napoli, Sales Assistant* Tony Shields, Sales Assistant* Charlotte Stein, Sales Assistant* Barbara Wayne, Sales Assistant* Dawn Wilson, Sales Assistant* Airport Store Sheree Stephan, Store Manager Kristen Potoczak, Assistant Store Manager Jimmy Tecco, Selling Supervisor Nichole Bahrt, Sales Assistant* Barbara Kaplysh, Sales Assistant* Kathleen Pollack, Sales Assistant* Jabari Sims, Sales Assistant* Candace Vickroy, Sales Assistant* Operations and Warehousing Jay Miller, Operations and Warehousing Manager Marvin Bell, Museum Receiver Renee Suich, Warehouse Supervisor Michael Meredith, Warehouse Assistant Supervisor Michael Jones, Warehouse Assistant* Distribution Services Wanda Ankrom, Distribution Services Supervisor Kimberly Grice, Distribution Services Associate Alberta Daniels, Delivery Person Food Service Andrew Herberger, Food Service Manager Venus Martin, Food Service Supervisor Denise Cooper, Food Service Representative* Charlene Davis, Food Service Representative* Anthony Dudley, Food Service Representative* Teya Easterling, Food Service Representative* Derrick Fields, Food Service Representative* Patricia Folds, Food Service Representative* Tonya Pearl, Food Service Representative* Diondra Penland, Food Service Representative* Jermaine Ross, Food Service Representative* Yvonne Somerville, Food Service Representative* Michael Stephens, Food Service Representative* Laura Swopes, Food Service Representative* Jacqueline Tucker, Food Service Representative* Darryl Wesley, Food Service Representative* Maketa White, Food Service Representative* Finance Division Connie Pomeroy, Finance Associate Analyst Accounting Ed Bauer, Controller Russ Klimczuk, Manager of Financial Planning Kimberly Cerar, Assistant Controller Amy Banko, Construction/ Development Accountant Christine Hoge, Endowment Accountant Patricia Hunter, Payroll Coordinator Melady McCartney, Accounts Payable Specialist Karen Pinson, Accounts Receivable Specialist Human Resources Division Barbara Pitrone, Senior Human Resources Representative Sara Hodgson, Human Resources Administrator Heather Weisenseel, Human Resources Administrator Carla Petersen, Benefits Specialist Collections and Programs Charles L. Venable, Deputy Director for Collections and Programs Lynn Cameron, Executive Assistant Conservation Division D. Bruce Christman, Chief Conservator Marcia C. Steele, Conservator of Paintings Kenneth Bé, Associate Conservator of Paintings Robin Hanson, Assistant Conservator of Textiles Beth Wolfe, Textile Preparator Moyna Stanton, Associate Paper Conservator Lawrence Sisson, Assistant Conservator of Objects James George, Preparator Joan Neubecker, Preparator Charles Eiben, Preparator for Prints and Drawings Maurizio Michelozzi, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Paper Conservation Linnaea Saunders, Kress Fellow Judith DeVere, Senior Assistant Curatorial Division African Art Constantine Petridis, Assistant Curator of African Art Carol A. Ciulla, Senior Assistant Art of the Ancient Americas Susan E. Bergh, Associate Curator of Art of the Americas Carol A. Ciulla, Senior Assistant Asian Art Ju-hsi Chou, Curator of Chinese Art Michael R. Cunningham, Curator of Japanese and Korean Art Stanislaw J. Czuma, George P. Bickford Curator of Indian and Southeast Asian Art Nancy Grossman, Curatorial Assistant Beth Sandersblevans, Senior Assistant Anita Chung, Andrew W. Mellon Research Fellow Contemporary Art Jeffrey Grove, Associate Curator Cathleen Chaffee, Curatorial Assistant Amy Georger, Assistant* Decorative Arts and Sculpture Henry H. Hawley, Curator of Baroque and Later Decorative Arts and Sculpture Carol A. Ciulla, Senior Assistant Charlotte Vignon, Andrew W. Mellon Research Fellow Egyptian and Ancient Near Eastern Art Kenneth Boha, Curatorial Assistant Rachel Rosenzweig, Curatorial Assistant Greek and Roman Art Michael Bennett, Curator Kenneth Boha, Curatorial Assistant Rachel Rosenzweig, Curatorial Assistant David Smart, Andrew W. Mellon Research Fellow Medieval Art Stephen N. Fliegel, Associate Curator of Medieval Art Rachel Rosenzweig, Curatorial Assistant 94 5-EducationOutreach1a.p /10/2003, 4:55 PM

96 Painting Sylvain Bellenger, Curator of Painting Henry Adams, Curator of American Painting William H. Robinson, Curator of Modern European Art Stanton Thomas, Assistant Curator Kathleen McKeever, Curatorial Assistant Guillaume Nicoud, Gould Fellow Margaret Burgess, Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow June de Phillips, Assistant Photography Tom E. Hinson, Curator of Photography Patricia M. Burke, Curatorial Assistant Amy Georger, Assistant* Prints and Drawings Jane Glaubinger, Curator of Prints Carter E. Foster, Curator of Drawings Patrick Shaw Cable, Assistant Curator of Drawings Shelley R. Langdale, Assistant Curator of Prints (until March) Heather Lemonedes, Assistant Curator of Prints Joan Brickley, Senior Assistant Textiles and Islamic Art Louise W. 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