Art, Music, Shopping, Business

Arts Collinwood is in full swing this fall with monthly gallery openings, chamber music concerts, artist talks, screen printing workshops and an after school program in the Nan and Miles H. Kennedy Art Center starting up in October. On view until September 2nd in the Gallery are the exquisitely beautiful paintings of William M. Newhouse. Opening September 14th are works of Ann Hanaran and Coe Lapossy, in An Exercise […]

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Dancing in a Tight Embrace at the Sculpture Center

Expanded media and sculpture dance in a tight embrace through the kaleidoscope of contemporary art. The Sculpture  Center’s forwarding the affair this fall with its always experimental exhibitions and SculptureX symposium at the CIA. The Tragedy of the Commons, a collaboration between Ali Momeni of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh and Swiss  Robin Meier, uses the closely observed food choices and social behaviors of a living colony of Atta (leaf-cutter) […]

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The Print Club of Cleveland Makes a Fine Impression

The oldest print club in the United States, the Print Club of Cleveland has educated print collectors and art enthusiasts since 1916. Over the last 96 years the club has remained dedicated to the founders’ purposes of stimulating interest in  fine prints, from old masters through contemporary artists, as well as augmenting the print collection of the Cleveland  Museum of Art. The club has purchased some of the crown […]

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Emerging Artists Take Control at CIA

Real world experience doesn’t get more real than this. The Student Independent Exhibition at the Cleveland Institute of  Art launches students into professional roles of exhibiting artists, curators, and promoters of a show that ranks as one of  the most popular annual exhibitions at the college. Students do it all. They solicit student artwork, convene a jury, curate the show, and conduct panel discussions, and  gallery tours. Artwork that […]

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Lunch with an International Flavor at CIA

The Cleveland Institute of Art’s “Lunch on Fridays” (LOF) provides a nexus point between the Institute’s internal  community and the general public. An ongoing series, LOF programming includes talks, performances, and other events  originating from CIA faculty, alums, visiting artists, and scholars. As a venue, it allows creative thinking and work to be  shared broadly. Jointly sponsored by CIA’s Liberal Arts and Foundation Departments, its events are  always free and […]

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Cleveland Arts Prize Honors and Promotes

The Cleveland Arts Prize identifies, rewards, publicly honors and promotes artists whose original work has made  Northeast Ohio a more exciting place to live, and whose accomplishments have set a standard of excellence to which  other artists can aspire. The Cleveland Arts Prize recognizes the contributions of individuals and organizations that have  expanded the community’s participation in the arts and helped make the region more supportive of creative artistic expression. CLEVELAND […]

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Cleveland Arts Prize Announces “Live” Events

For 52 years, the Cleveland Arts Prize has been honoring the very best creative artists in Northeast Ohio. In recent years  CAP has expanded its mission to all include the promotion of those artists. CAP has just announced the artists who will participate in its 2012-2013 series of five “Arts Prize Live” events. These  small group gatherings provide an opportunity for between 20 and 40 people to meet […]

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Remembrances: The Art of Joseph McCullough at Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

AAWR ‘s 2013 exhibition schedule opens with Remembrances: The Art of Joseph McCullough. This exhibition will  explore the artist’s oeuvre from the late 1950s to the present. McCullough is President Emeritus of the Cleveland Institute of Art from which he graduated and later served as head for  34 years. He is also a two-time recipient of the coveted Cleveland Arts Prize, first in 1970 for his outstanding painting,  and […]

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Tremont Art Walk Turns 20, With David Novak and Craig Matis at Brandt Gallery

The Winter 2013 season at Brandt Gallery will be a historic one, celebrating a landmark anniversary with two local  artists: a photography exhibit by a Brandt Gallery regular, and a book installation by a Brandt first-timer, whose work is  informed by music and travel narrative. TREMONT ARTWALK TURNS 20! Co-founded by Sandy Rutkowski and Jean Brandt, Tremont ArtWalk began on February 12, 1993, when seven businesses   combined resources […]

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