During the Great Depression of the 1930s, Cleveland artists created beautiful handmade ceramic figurines for librarians and teachers to use in teaching reading, history, and culture through visualization. Historian Mark Bassett, Scholar in Residence at the Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA), will discuss these innovative ceramics designs, including those made for Cleveland Heights public schools, many of which will be on view during May at the Lee Road branch.
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