Curious about the giant hand sculpture that appeared on Toby’s Plaza this summer? Want to learn more about art on our campus and hear about an upcoming art installation?
A brief overview of the FRONT International Cleveland Triennial and Judy’s Hand Pavilion—the most recent addition to Toby’s Plaza—will be held Friday, Sept. 7, at 5 p.m.
Light refreshments will be served.
Chicago-based artist Tony Tasset has placed his commissioned work, Judy’s Hand Pavilion, on Toby’s Plaza at Case Western Reserve as a social focal point for the university and Cleveland’s Uptown neighborhood. The sculpture doubles as a dramatic public shelter and gathering spot, and animates this crossroads as a site of continued programming during the FRONT Triennial.
Judy’s Hand Pavilion was made possible and jointly developed by FRONT and the Putnam Collection of Case Western Reserve University.