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Shaker Night at CSU Chinese Art Exhibit

All Shaker residents invited to attend a Spirit Resonates exhibit on November 20

Dateline: November 5, 2015 - Residents are invited to The Galleries of Cleveland State University for a special Shaker Night viewing of A Spirit Resonates: Chinese Art from the Degenfelder Collection, from 6-8 pm on Friday, November 20. Admission is free and the exhibit also will be open to the public.

The exhibit reflects the historic, art, and research interests of Shaker residents Joseph and Pauline Degenfelder, both graduates of Cornell University who also received advanced degrees from Case Western Reserve University. The couple’s collection on view at CSU includes Chinese furniture, silk paintings, and carvings of nephrite jade, jadeite, bone, lapis lazuli, pink quartz, and Carrara marble.

“Shaker Heights has contributed greatly to the City of Cleveland and we wish to acknowledge that contribution with a special night at the exhibit,” explains Joseph Degenfelder. A Spirit Resonates remains open through December 5.   The Galleries of CSU are located at 1301 Euclid Ave. Public parking is available at the lot on the southeast corner of Chester Ave. and E. 13th St. Visit to view more parking options. For more information on the exhibit or The Galleries of CSU, contact The Galleries of CSU assistant director Tim Knapp, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 216-687-2103.

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