Welcome to the Neighborhood: Roese, Ratusnik, Ries, and Pribojan examine their surroundings

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  For 28 years, the Harris Stanton Gallery has been a fixture of the Akron art scene, and the broader Northeast Ohio creative community. Last year, the boutique opened a Cleveland location. To mark its first anniversary in its second home, Harris Stanton Gallery is welcoming and re-introducing itself to the neighborhood. In late August, four painters will display visual […]






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2015 CAN Journal Benefit: So you think you can sing?

CAN benefits mean getting involved –directly, hands-on–with people in the Northeast Ohio Art Scene. This year, that means: Competitive karaoke! We promise a party featuring art and music you will never forget. We promise something else, too: Artists have been incredibly generous to CAN and to scores of other organizations, both arts-related and those having nothing to do with the […]






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ARTneo Recognizes Cleveland’s Working Artists with Cleveland Creates

On February 20th, 2015 ARTneo opened Cleveland Creates, a juried exhibition of Northeast Ohio artists on the second floor of 78th Street Studios. First introduced in 2011, the exhibition reached out to members of the organization and those interested in joining ARTneo to submit up to three works of art to be considered. For the second iteration of the show, a panel […]






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The Northern Ohio Art Dealers Association

In April 2012, the Northern Ohio Art Dealers Association (NOADA) organized an Art Expo at the Museum of  Contemporary Art’s former location on Carnegie Avenue. The three day event was a great opportunity to showcase  some of the area’s most well-established galleries and art dealers. Having so many art dealers come together under one roof provided attendees a rare chance to see a diverse group of  powerful artwork while […]






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Art House Reaching Out, Reaching In, Finding Magic

As a longtime resident of Brooklyn Center, I’ve been asked to write a perspective of Art House. After talking with energetic staff and researching Art House’s arts education programming and classes, I return to a moment that unfolded  during a late June fundraiser. Experimental filmmaker Robert Banks created an interactive multimedia installation for  this event. The set-up stretched from the interior of the Art House building into the parking lot bordering […]






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Last Minute Market at the Screw Factory

On Saturday, December 15th, 2012, Cleveland Handmade Markets, The Screw Factory Artists, and The Rowdy Indie  raft Fair—together with the gracious cooperation of the Lake Erie Building owners and staff—will once again enable (and even encourage!) holiday shopping procrastination with the 5th annual Last Minute Market & Screw Factory Open Studio. The Last Minute Market is a delightfully unique, one-day shopping destination with more than 85 artists and  raftspeople.  It […]






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HERDING CATS: Four artist-organizers discuss the hows and whys

Artists build careers by their individualism. They function on their own clocks, and get attention with original ideas.  That means the people who organize them have a tough job. They not only take time away from their own art, but also to  tiptoe around opinions and hover above chaos. And they’re almost always volunteers. Nonetheless, Cleveland has plenty of artists working to organize their colleagues at the grass […]






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