Epics of the everyday: Pamela Dodds at Suite 215

A contemporary filmmaker has about 30 images per second with which to tell her story. A painter has only what she can fit into the canvas. Therefore, most paintings are not narratives per se. Even when mythological, historic, or pop cultural figures are recognizable in painting, the meaning of the painting is more than just the story of the depicted […]

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Being the Land, Owning the Self: Timeless Vision: Earth, Sea, and Sky in the Galleries at CSU

The eight artists at the exhibit Timeless Vision: Earth, Sea and Sky are modern proponents of an American tradition, responding to the natural world — to the night, to the sky, to the eternities found at Earth’s wild margins — with subtle, contemporary spirituality. Much of the work at Timeless Vision: Earth, Sea, and Sky at CSU reads (at least at first) […]

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Arts Resources for COVID-19 Hardship

The region’s foundations and advocacy organizations are offering support and gathering information about what they can do to help those impacted in the arts. Some of them are listed below, where you can also find resources at the county, state, and national level for COVID-19 assistance. And be sure to consult the lengthy COVID-19 guide compiled by Arts Cleveland, an […]

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NEOhio Arts Response to COVID-19

Governor Dewine has extended the STAY AT HOME ORDER for the State of Ohio: All persons in the State of Ohio are to stay at home or their place of residence unless they are engaged in Essential Activities, Essential Governmental Functions, or to operate Essential Businesses and Operations, until 11:59 p.m. on May 1, 2020. Included in the document is […]

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A Valentine for a Lost Temple

Artists need places to experiment, to try out new things and show them to the world and their friends and neighbors without having to worry about whether they will sell or not. Doubting Thomas Gallery in Tremont, owned by a pediatrician named Theresa Boyd, has been one of those rare communal art gathering spaces in Cleveland for the past two […]

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