FALL 2020 EVENTS

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, many art events planned for fall 2020 have been cancelled outright, or moved to virtual platforms. The listings are based on announcements by each presenting organization, at press-time. Depending on the course of the disease and trends in rates of infection, events may be added, cancelled, or postponed. Check the CAN Weekly e-newsletter for the […]

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CREATIVE FUSION – A New Mural in Clark-Fulton Honors Gina DeJesus: Gisela McDaniel, Detroit

Detroit, Michigan-based artist Gisela McDaniel has been working with her partner Tony Rave on a mural that is sure to become a landmark in Clark-Fulton. Her subject is Georgina DeJesus, co-founder with her cousin Sylvia Colon, of the Cleveland Family Center for Missing Children and Adults. DeJesus is known around the world as one of three women abducted, chained, and […]

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CREATIVE FUSION – Reaching Across Barriers: Hector Castellanos-Lara, Cleveland

With support from the Cleveland Foundation’s Creative Fusion program, Cleveland artist Hector Castellanos-Lara hopes to work with artist Ana Quiroz, who lives in San Miguel de Allende and Mexico City, Mexico—assuming travel plans survive the COVID crisis. His project is to build a permanent gateway structure as part of Art House’s green campus expansion: a structure that will mark this […]

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CREATIVE FUSION – Counting Through the Arts: The Why We Count Project

The 2020 Census could end a month earlier: on September 30 instead of October 31, as planned when the coronavirus became a pandemic. The door-knocking efforts by census officers trying to count everyone in our country will end before the extended date stipulated in April, when the COVID-19 crisis made it clear that it would be impossible to follow the initial deadlines and […]

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Samantha Bias at Lissauer Gallery

Join the Shaker Historical Society for its first Artist of 2020 show in our Lissauer Gallery—Samantha Bias. Bias will be showing her collection of photographs entitled All That Remains. All That Remains is an exploration of human nature in the form of ephemeral objects. The emotive anatomy you see interlaced with a brittle leaf: the very essence of fragility, tenderness […]

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Creative Fusion: We count. We have stories to tell. The Arts are essential.

Since our last update on the effect of COVID-19 on our plans for Creative Fusion, we have entered into a revolutionary new period in this country. An analysis conducted by the New York Times has found that the present Black Lives Matter movement is the largest movement in United States history. Ever. The present moment of social unrest in the […]

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A Pause: Reflection and Change at the Morgan Conservatory

“Times are tough, and they’ve challenged everybody,” reflects Tom Balbo, founder and artistic director. “I started with the concept for the Morgan in 2006. This must be unlucky 13.” This summer of closures, postponements, and uncertainties has caused us to realize that often the most memorable experiences of art involve crowded spaces. Back in March, we canceled the opening reception of our […]

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Memoir

Michael Loderstedt returns to his hometown with a film camera and notebook to create a memoir of life growing up on a barrier island. The following is an excerpt from the accompanying book to this exhibition, The Yellowhammer’s Cross. On the island, if you weren’t fishing you were probably sick or worse. The Divining Rod 1970 The sun was starting […]

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The Sculpture Center: Art in Our Midst

The recent mass protests ignited by senseless killings at the hands of police magnify the persistent racism that exists today. The Sculpture Center stands united with the Black community, and we are committed to using our voice to build equity in our community and address systemic racism. In the past we have used our galleries and exhibitions to advance discussions […]

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