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Superman: From Cleveland to Krypton – An Exhibit

May 6, 2017 – March 31, 2018 Follow Superman’s journey from his creative birth in Cleveland to his growing international popularity, his connection to social justice issues, his influence on the current superhero craze, and the pride our community maintains for its homegrown superhero. Three floors of exhibits in the Main Library featured memorabilia, art and artifacts from the Mike…

The Magic of Puppetry Comes Alive at the Library 

Large crowd of people in entrance to historic Main Library

“Are you ready for a puppet show?”    When puppeteer Nancy Sander asked this question at the March 23 grand opening of Cleveland Public Library’s The World of Puppets: From Stage to Screen exhibit, she was met with roaring cheers. The audience—children and adults alike—packed Brett Hall in Main Library to see the day’s first performance: a traditional Punch & Judy show.    According to Sander, if Cleveland…

Leading with Her Heart, Lavetta’s Path to Refuge, Learning, Community

Lavetta Louise Price is a woman on a mission—to start a business, to strengthen her community, and, most of all, to help others. Thanks to the resources available to her at Cleveland Public Library’s East 131st Street Branch, she’s able to accomplish all these goals and more. “This is a place where you have access to the world,” Price says….

The Ancient Art of Puppetry

Puppet Show

While beloved characters like the Muppets might stand as the reference point for puppets in our cultural imaginations today, Cleveland Public Library’s 2019 exhibit, The World of Puppets: From Stage to Screen, will go deeper to explore puppetry on a wider scale. After all, the art of puppetry has a rich history that spans centuries, cultures, and the world’s nations….

Superman painting by pulp fiction cover artist H.J.Ward comes to Cleveland

This painting of Superman by pulp magazine artist H.J. Ward comes to our exhibit after a long and mysterious journey.  It was commissioned for $100 in 1940 to promote the Superman radio series, and for many years hung in the offices at DC Comics’ New York headquarters.  Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster saw it every time they visited DC, but…

Library Art Exhibits Spark Thought and Conversation about Our City, Democracy, the People among Us and Food Insecurity

Cleveland Public Library is more than just books. It is a place for visitors to discover and explore art.  Five exhibits currently on display throughout the Library system will entertain, inspire, teach, challenge, and celebrate the beauty and greatness of our city. “Cleveland Public Library’s art installations reflect democracy, the history of protest, Black culture, life in Cleveland, and power…