November 2013 CityScene Magazine

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{onview} Ohio Art League: No/Where/NOW/Here, drawings and installations by Jill Raymundo, from Nov. 7-29.

Angela Meleca Gallery: Head Games by Andrew J. McCauley and Casey Riordan Millard from Nov. 7-Dec. 20. Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery: The Modern Table: Ohio Furniture Designers – works by 26 industrial designers, fine artists, furniture makers, architects and more – from Nov. 7-Jan. 12. www. Ohio Craft Museum: Gifts of the Craftsmen, the museum’s annual holiday sale, from Nov. 10-Dec. 23. Dublin Arts Council: Infinite Possibilities, functional, handcrafted pottery by Masayuki Miyajima, from Nov. 19-Dec. 20. Art Access Gallery: Color – paintings by Ellen O’Connell Bazzoli, Paula Rubinstein

Dublin Arts Council

Hayley Gallery

and Marti Steffy – through Nov. 23. www. Hayley Gallery: Dreaming of Italy, paintings by Laurie Clements, through Dec. 5. Capital University Schumacher Gallery: Memories of World War II: Photographs from the Archives of the Associated Press through Dec. 6. Fisher Gallery, Otterbein University Roush Hall: By Implication: works on paper by Donald Furst, through Dec. 6. www.

October 28 to December 6, 2013 Opening Reception Friday, November 1 5 to 7:30 p.m. Gallery closed November 27 to December 1 for Thanksgiving

U.S. March Champs Elysees


Photographs from the Archives of The Associated Press November 22, 2013 – January 5, 2014

Special Preview Reception: Friday, November 22, 5-8 pm

Hammond Harkins Galleries 2264 East Main Street Bexley, OH 43209

Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10-6, Saturday 10-4 Sunday 1-5, Closed Monday

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As the main source of news for thousands of newspapers in the United States and overseas, The Associated Press was the backbone of information-gathering during World War II. From the bombed-out streets of London and the islands of the Pacific, to the Allied landings at Normandy and Japan’s surrender aboard the USS Missouri, the AP brought to those at home the immense scope of the war. These photos include pictures from archives in London, Paris, Frankfurt and Tokyo. The exhibition was developed by Smith Kramer from the rich collections of The Associated Press. Open Monday through Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m. Located on the fourth floor of Blackmore Library on Capital University’s Bexley campus. Visit us on Facebook or at 614-236-6319

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