The Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences is hosting an exhibition of photographs by local artists Keesha McMillian and Patrick E. Flanagan through the end of May. The exhibit features portraits of people and animals, and landscapes.
Viewing times are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the weekend of May 12 and 13. During commencement on May 20, the exhibit will available to the public from 2-3:30 p.m.
About the Artists
Keesha McMillian, a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, is also an author, artist, and photographer. She works as a child and family therapist at the Center for Families and Children where she develops programs to advocate on behalf of children. Her exhibit displays 25 black-and-white photographs portraying the purity and innocence of children, and highlights the importance of family, children and community in our lives.
Patrick E. Flanagan is a freelance photographer living in Northeast Ohio with 15 years of experience. Through his camera lens he extracts “the beauty that surrounds us in our everyday lives.” Using portraiture and landscape as his compositions, he reveals his passion of capturing the essence of the moment. His long term goal is to have a photography studio along with "...giving back to the community by teaching our youth the importance of understanding the beauty that surrounds us in our everyday lives."
For more information, please contact the Mandel School Art Coordinators, June Hund and Kristen Arbutiski, at (216) 368-2302 or in person at the Harris Library.