Holiday Shopping Guide

  CAN Journal brings you this easy, alphabetical guide to holiday markets, stores, and pop-up events featuring works of Northeast Ohio artists and artisans. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, most art events planned for this winter have limited admission, and while almost all of them remain free, many require pre-registration. All in-person, indoor events require wearing facial covering. in most cases, […]

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CAN Announces Winners

  Collective Arts Network is pleased to announce winners of its benefit card game, Cleveland Artists On Deck. Winners were first revealed at the launch of the Winter 2020-2021 issue of CAN Journal Friday, November 20 at Framed Gallery. But before we name the names, we should muse a bit about what made the game great. This was a COVID-safe, city-wide […]

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An Interview with Meagan Smith

Ceramic and Fiber artist Meagan Smith is the winner of the 2020 CAN Journal Prize for a Northeast Ohio artist in the Waterloo Arts Juried Show. Her work in porcelain, Isolating, is on view in the Brick Ceramics gallery. The entire show fills the galleries at Waterloo Arts, Praxis Fiber Workshop, and Brick. Smith earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts […]

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Prama Artspace: Ghost Opera

Prama Artspace has a well established affinity for the macabre. The recent exhibit of works by Cecelia Ivy Price and Linda Mayer– Ghost Opera—was great material for the season during which the sky gets more grey, the nights get longer. Both artists celebrate the mysterious in these works, and as the title implies, they have about them the feeling of […]

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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 […]

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Samantha Bias: Another New Leaf

In little more than the last year, Samantha Bias’s art has become ubiquitous around Cleveland, and has been seen frequently in shows elsewhere, too, thanks to her captivating practice of Photosynthesis Photography. The unusual medium uses light from the sun to print through a positive transparency onto a natural leaf. It’s a poetic embodiment of Marshall McLuhan’s well-worn phrase, “the […]

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