In the Galleries at Judson Park
Art is alive and well at Judson Park, a retirement community bridging Cleveland Heights and University Circle. The community features two galleries with exhibits that are free and open to the public.
Bi-monthly exhibits in the intimate Howson Gallery spotlight local and nationally known visual artists working in a variety of media. Friday gallery openings attract both residents and neighbors from the outside community. The gallery is managed by a committee of art-passionate residents led by retired Cleveland State University English professor Leonard Trawick.
The Dr. George A. Streeter Gallery was named in memory of the artist and psychoanalyst who founded a nationally recognized studio-based model of art therapy. After moving to Judson Park in 1999, Dr. Streeter worked tirelessly with both administration and residents to establish Judson’s Creative Arts Therapy program, motivating others to contribute time and raise funds to cover the cost of instructors and supplies.
Both galleries are open to the public 9am to 8pm daily.
CREATIVITY ACROSS GENERATIONS | AUGUST 18 – OCTOBER 11 | Streeter Gallery
Intergenerational art created by Judson residents, families, friends and student artists-in-residence
LINDA HUTCHINSON: STILL-LIFE, FIGURATIVE & LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS | SEPTEMBER 1 – OCTOBER 29 | Howson Gallery
ANNUAL ALL-JUDSON ART SHOW | OCTOBER 20 – JANUARY 17 | Streeter Gallery
A showcase for the creativity of Judson residents, staff, volunteers and students.
URSULA KORNEITCHOUK: “AFFECTIONATELY YOURS…”: PAPER COLLAGE | November 3 – December 31 | Howson Gallery
Dr. George A. Streeter Gallery
1801 Chestnut Hills Drive
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44106