FEAR FlyerF.E.A.R. Cleveland: Face Everything and Rise, an interactive art installation that examines the relationships between violence, poverty and place, is free and open to all this Thursday, August 14, at 6pm in the lobby at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA).

Professor Mark Chupp, who directs the East Cleveland Partnership and is a faculty associate of the Poverty Center, will facilitate the interaction with an artwork installation created by Gadi Zamir of Negative Space Gallery & Studio.

This event is presented in conjunction with the MOCA summer exhibition, Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent. The evening will also feature live music on MOCA’s Toby Plaza by Uno Lady and WRUW DJ Katherine Koenig. They are appearing as part of Beat Uptown Cleveland, a summer series of Thursday night events hosted by MOCA, CWRU and the Cleveland Institute of Art with live music curated by the Beachland Ballroom, food trucks, and interactive art experiences.

For more information about F.E.A.R. Cleveland, contact Mandel School student Nina Holzer at nina.holzer@case.edu.

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