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Interview: WCPN

September 20, 2011




Video: Cool Cleveland Interview

September 17, 2011


Thomas Mulready talks to Fred and Laura Bidwell about the Transformer Station

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Press Release: Bidwell Foundation

September 16, 2011


 

The Cleveland Museum of Art and the Bidwell Foundation also announced today  long-term collaboration at the Transformer Station will allow the museum to develop and produce cutting-edge contemporary art exhibitions and programming in the new facility.

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Video: News Conference

September 16, 2011




Article: Cleveland Plain Dealer

September 16, 2011


The Cleveland Museum of Art and the Fred and Laura Bidwell Foundation join forces to create the Transformer Station gallery in Ohio City

 

 

Fred and Laura Bidwell of Akron, shown inside their Transformer Station building, are changing the terms of cultural philanthropy in Cleveland through an innovative gallery project in the building in partnership with the Cleveland Museum of Art. Photo: Lynn Ischay, The Plain Dealer

 

CLEVELAND, Ohio — For the first time in its 95-year history, the Cleveland Museum of Art is creating a permanent artistic presence on the city’s West Side.
In collaboration with the nationally recognized Akron art collectors Fred and Laura Bidwell, the museum will announce today at a news conference that it plans to open a 3,500-square-foot gallery in the former Cleveland Railway Co. transformer station at 1460 West 29th St. in Ohio City, a block south of Detroit Avenue.

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