CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Museum of Art is hosting this year’s Cleveland Clinic eXpressions exhibit.
The exhibit is an interdisciplinary initiative encouraging high school students across the U.S. in the scientific research, art, science and language realms. The students submitted more than 900 pieces of their own works of art for the exhibit, of which 90 were selected for eXpressions.
The project-based exhibit also encourages Cleveland Clinic high school interns to create creative works inspired by studies conducted at the hospital.
The exhibit will be open from February 1 through March 24 at the Cleveland Museum of Art located at 11150 East Boulevard.