The Cleveland Museum of Art Composers Cohort: “Find your inspiration here”

Since its inception in 2008, the Cleveland Foundation’s Creative Fusion program has brought more than eighty international artists to Cleveland for residencies. Now, and for the first time in its history, the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) will make a serious commitment to the commissioning of new music in partnership with the Cleveland Foundation. Over the next two years, the […]

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CREATIVE FUSION OUTCOMES: Keeping Lines of Communication Open with Embargo

The Cleveland Print Room—never an organization to squander opportunity or let potential lay fallow—has kept in touch with artists who visited through the Cleveland Foundation’s Creative Fusion program. The result for director Shari Wilkins and her staff is an ongoing international dialog. For Cleveland art audiences it results in a new exhibit in fall 2018, bringing together artists and works […]

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The Cleveland Foundation Presents CREATIVE FUSION: Forward-thinking, Globally-minded

The Cleveland Museum of Art’s Performing Arts series is robust and wide-ranging, spanning classical and contemporary music, global music traditions, dance and film. The series is recognized internationally, and stands out in the Northeast Ohio region for its vitality and the excitement it brings to a crowded musical landscape. Renowned composer-performers and ensembles, composer residencies, sound installations, summer festivals, music […]

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The Return of At Table Plus Paula Zinsmeister and the Annual Holiday Store at Heights Arts

Fall and early winter exhibitions at Heights Arts begin with the second iteration of the popular At Table: Cleveland Culinaria show that assembles teams of artists working in various media with local chefs and food professionals. Each team develops a theme around the menu devised by the chef and the artists create new work specifically for their table. These works […]

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The George A. Streeter Gallery: A Living Legacy

The George A. Streeter Gallery, established at Judson Park in 2014, is living up to the vision of its namesake as evidenced by the quality and diversity of its upcoming exhibitions. As a respected psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Streeter was well aware that verbal communication was a vital part of his therapeutic practice. But as a lifelong artist, he used art […]

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Inner City Hues

For over a year, LAND studio has convened a public art and greenspace advisory committee made up of residents, artists, community advocates, and activists with a focus on generating culturally relevant public art in Cleveland’s Buckeye and Mount Pleasant neighborhoods as well as strengthening the network of local artists who reside in these communities. The culmination of their work is […]

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Fall / Winter 2018–2019 at the Shaker Historical Society’s Lissauer Gallery

The Shaker Historical Society is pleased to present more innovative exhibitions in the Lissauer Gallery this autumn. Learn about Leslie Dumm’s work starting in September; Deb Pinter will exhibit her latest work in November. This year the Lissauer Gallery launched a new schedule with free art openings every second Friday in odd numbered months. We hope to continue this regular […]

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Revisiting Rockwell at Mansfield Art Center

Mansfield Art Center is pleased to present Revisiting Rockwell, an exhibition of eighteen photographs by Chicago artist Maggie Meiners. An opening reception with the artist will be held on Sunday, September 30 from 3:00 to 5:00pm at 700 Marion Avenue in Mansfield, Ohio. In Revisiting Rockwell, Meiners has meticulously recreated scenes from Norman Rockwell’s cover illustrations for The Saturday Evening […]

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Maya Apprentice Project Reclaims Culture Through Papermaking

Ancient Mayas were skilled papermakers and bookmakers. The Morgan Conservatory’s Maya Apprentice Project seeks to assist in the reintroduction of a hands-on skill that has a long tradition in Maya history. From August to November, Maya scholar, Ajpub’ Pablo García Ixmatá will be visiting from Guatemala to learn techniques in papermaking and bookbinding. By utilizing natural and recycled fibers from […]

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Orange Art Center Presents eegut juhgut: this and that An Exhibition of Paper Artwork by Aimee Lee

Orange Art Center welcomes international hanji (traditional handmade Korean paper) artist and Fulbright scholar Aimee Lee in the upcoming exhibition eegut juhgut: this and that, Paper Artwork by Aimee Lee. The exhibition will demonstrate how Aimee Lee has adapted the ancient art of hanji into a sculptural outlet, marrying old processes and new expressions. Situated in lush and wooded Pepper […]

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