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Parade the City

PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG
Friday, June 18, 2021; Parade the City, organized by the Cleveland Museum of Art and created by artists with the help of eight community groups, Carnegie South Branch of the Cleveland Public Library, 2064 Scranton Road at Clark Avenue: Artist Ian Petroni used plastic bottles collected by library staff, patrons, and friends in the community, and hung them on top of bamboo poles. The poles are installed around the library’s new rear entrance where they blow in the breeze and catch the sunlight.
PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG
Friday, June 18, 2021; Parade the City, Cleveland Museum of Art’s Community Arts Center in the PIVOT Center for Art, Dance and Expression, 2937 W. 25th Street: This float, The Rhino, inspired by Albrecht Duren’s Rhinoceros, was created by artist Robin Van Lear for the first Parade the Circle in 1990.
PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG
Friday, June 18, 2021; Parade the City, Cleveland Museum of Art’s Community Arts Center in the PIVOT Center for Art, Dance and Expression, 2937 W. 25th Street: These puppets, called Saltimbanques, were created by artists Robin Van Lear and Robin Heinrich for the 2016 Parade the Circle. The puppets were loosely inspired by Pablo Picasso’s Family of Saltimbanques.
PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG
Friday, June 18, 2021; Parade the City, Cleveland Museum of Art’s Community Arts Center in the PIVOT Center for Art, Dance and Expression, 2937 W. 25th Street: This artwork created this year by artist Rafael Valdivieso, honors the spirit of the arts, dance, music and theatre associated with the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Parade the Circle.
PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG
Friday, June 18, 2021; Parade the City, Cleveland Museum of Art’s Community Arts Center in the PIVOT Center for Art, Dance and Expression, 2937 W. 25th Street: This artwork, titled Grasslands, was created by artist Lisa Goodell for the 2015 Parade the Circle. The buffalos were designed so two people inside could control the movement of the legs and head as they marched in the parade.

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