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December, 2015

Consider CPR: Cleveland’s Photography Powerhouse

photo by Shari Wilkins

GIVE.

As the Cleveland Print Room heads into YEAR 4, we ask you to give. Your investment helps bring photographers, international artists-in-residence and promising young students together to explore the power of the IMAGE.

Your gift, along with the contributions of others, help us plan for CPR’s future as an independent, vibrant, educational and cultural organization that deepens the understanding and appreciation of the photographic arts. CPR relies on your support to sustain and expand its operational, education and artistic endeavors. Please consider making a contribution to the Cleveland Print Room’s Annual Giving Fund. No gift is too small. 

photo by Jack Valancy
EXPLORE.

View the video of our signature afterschool workshop, Project Snapshot: https://vimeo.com/95667427. Take a look at our first public art piece, Snaps ‘n’ WordsExplore our website and see what everyone is talking about: clevelandprintroom.com.

VISION.

The Cleveland Print Room is recognized as a dynamic center for education and experimentation in the photographic arts. 

CONSIDER.

Your commitment to CPR’s vision makes it all possible. Thank you!

Help support the Cleveland Print Room – donate now!
No gift is too small.
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Photography by Halim Ina: A Pop-Up Exhibition & Benefit For Nirvanavan Foundation

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Photography by Halim Ina: A Pop-Up Exhibition & Benefit For Nirvanavan Foundation

Saturday & Sunday, December 19 & 20, 2015

Hours: Saturday, 11am – 6pm; Sunday, 12 – 5pm

”In many parts of the world the education of girls is secondary to the chores demanded of them. Through this exhibition, and in collaboration with the Nirvanavan Foundation, we aim to change this reality for the girls of three villages.” – Halim Ina

The proceeds from Ina’s photography help to fund the Nirvanavan Foundation, supporting two girls schools in India.

Born in Nicaragua to Lebanese parents, his work features his stunning photographs from Lebanon, Syria, India and new work from Cuba.

Photographs from the collection will be on sale. Visitors will have a selection of choices available, from digital prints to traditional silver gelatin photographs, ranging from $10 to $400. Great gifts for the holidays while supporting a good cause.

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