Cleveland Artists on Deck

Cleveland Artists on Deck
A CARD game to benefit Collective Arts Network 

Do you know a lot of artists in Cleveland? Can you identify Cleveland artists by looking at their work? Join us for the CARD Game! Cleveland Artists On Deck challenges your knowledge of Cleveland art and artists, and supports CAN! It also gives you a way to participate in a COVID-safe, city-wide art event without exposing yourself to crowds.

The CARD Game features a full deck of cards with work by a different Cleveland artist on every card.  Using a score sheet (provided with the deck), you identify the artist on each card. Three players who name the most artists correctly will win fabulous prizes! Answer bonus questions for other ways to win! Hint: Team up with someone who knows an artist community different from your own to increase your chances!

The CARD Game package includes a bottle of wine, treats, the boxed deck of playing cards, directions for play, and a score sheet.  The game begins when you pop the cork and open the deck! Send us your score sheet by Friday November 13, and we will tally your answers.  Winners will be announced the following week, Friday, November 20, online and during the CAN Journal Winter 2020-2021 issue launch event, at Framed Gallery! The game package costs just $75.

Playing cards courtesy of Wally Lanci. Drinks provided by FRONT International Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, Transformer Station, and Constantino’s. Treats by The Dalad Group. CAN extends profound thanks to them, and to all of you, for your support.

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Game Package Pick-up / Delivery: October 29 – 31

Answers due November 13

Winners announced November 20 during the CAN Winter 2020-2021 issue launch event at Framed Gallery


Cleveland Artsist On Deck is presented with generous support from Wally Lanci, FRONT International Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, Transformer Station, The Dalad Group, Constantino’s, Sweet Designs Chocolates, Hilton Hotel Downtown Cleveland, Root Cafe, and all participating artists. 

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