LAND studio Presents Studio to the Street: Free Workshops to Provide Artists with Tools to Be Successful in the World of Public Art

Chiaozza, the American artist duo Terri Chiao and Adam Frezza. Photo by Nigerian-born, Brooklyn-based artist LEk (Olalekan Jeyifous), Mike Vorrasi.

With the generous support of Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, LAND studio is presenting its Studio to the Street workshop in September and October. The two-day workshop will be held twice, once at LAND studio on Friday and Saturday, September 20 and 21, and once at Mt. Pleasant NOW on Friday and Saturday, October 11 and 12.

Each two-day session will feature a national guest artist and two local artists. The same information will be offered at each two-day session, but an artist could participate in all four days and hear from different presenters.

Day one will be an overview of various public art topics, with artists presenting actual design concepts to a mock review committee. On day two, local experts will go into depth on a variety of subjects, participate in an artist Q&A session, and conduct a portfolio review for interested workshop participants.

LAND studio has confirmed participation of two national artists. Olalekan Jeyifous (LEk), a visual artist from Brooklyn, will attend the September workshop. Chiaozza—American artist duo Adam Frezza and Terri Chiao, also from New York—will participate in October.

Marigolds, by Amanda King.

Local experts including Amanda King and Kelsi Carter of Shooting Without Bullets, Tarra Petras of the City of Cleveland Public Art Program, and many more will cover a wide array of themes that could help shape a career in public art.

The workshops are free, registration is required, and space is limited. Sign up today!

LAND studio

1939 West 25th Street, Suite 200

Cleveland, Ohio 44113