METROWEST PRESENTS ART AT A DISTANCE: ELEVEN CLEVELAND ARTISTS RESPOND TO THE COVID CRISIS

The COVID crisis has created a world in which outdoor public art has an important role. It’s visible to everyone, all the time, without subjecting viewers to gallery crowds or indoor air. It has a unique way of bringing a community together, providing common experience even when people are isolated. That’s what has happened with several of the Creative Fusion […]

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EL MUSEO DE MI BARRIO: TURNING CLEVELAND NEIGHBORHOODS INTO MUSEUMS

Arts and culture organizations throughout the nation have had to get creative about how to continue their work through a pandemic, and Cleveland’s own Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center is no different. Located on Cleveland’s Near West side, Julia De Burgos’ mission is to transform lives by preserving, educating and promoting Latino heritage through the teaching and practice of […]

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New Year, New Exhibits!

HEDGE Gallery is looking forward to a compelling new year! We will be kicking off 2021 with an exhibition of Justin Brennan’s prolific paintings. Justin has been producing a multitude of works in his eclectic mix of mediums: oil paint, oil stick, enamel, collage, latex and spray paint. Themes of Pop Art-inspired portraits were evolving in 2019, but as COVID-19 became […]

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Heights Arts Poses A Question and More

Heights Arts presents its annual Holiday Store from November 1 through December 30 featuring local artists and their unique creations, including glass, metal, ceramics, jewelry, prints, paintings, ornaments, holiday cards and other unique, hand-made items. Heights Arts staff has worked to make sure that shoppers have a safe visit to the store, with more space to be able to view and purchase […]

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South Concourse Gallery Opens at Judson Manor: Partnership with AAWR Yields New Art Space

Like many good things, the recent collaboration between Judson Manor and Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) was launched over lunch. Judson Manor resident Mark Corcoran had invited his friend Kelly Pontoni for a meal at the historic residence in the heart of University Circle. During a post-prandial stroll through the beautifully restored gem, Kelly, AAWR’s collection registrar, found […]

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Navigation: Lake Erie – Great Lakes

Timothy Frerichs has spent the past 25 years using his artwork to address the impact humans have on the environment. His current work addresses human activity as the dominant influence on the environmental problems plaguing Lake Erie and the Great Lakes system. Frerichs writes: “Climate change coupled with other human manipulations are altering the Great Lakes system at an unprecedented level. […]

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What’s New, Orange Art Center?

  “The only constant is change.” Heraclitus: a prophetic quote that resonates so profoundly today given the time that we are enduring and living in. The Orange Art Center (OAC) has been working diligently to develop new programming and create new initiatives that will support OAC, while keeping the integrity of its core fine art curriculum. On average, the OAC […]

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