Orange Art Center: Wellness by Design

Located just beyond bustling Chagrin Boulevard is a serene, whitewashed 1930s former residence. Positioned on a hill and surrounded by abundant woodlands, this is the Orange Art Center, Northeast Ohio’s idyllic art escape. The facade is calm amongst the blossoming vernal landscape. The Orange Art Center team has made careful design choices to create an environment that fosters creativity. Executive […]

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12 Artists-In-Residence Arrive at Morgan Conservatory

FOR PAPER ARTISTS, studio resources are often difficult to find. “There is an extremely limited number of artist residencies out there with access to papermaking equipment, which makes this residency program vital to survival of this artistic medium,” reflects Gallery & Artistic Opportunities Coordinator, Anna Tararova. “Our residency program is unique because it provides artists the ability to utilize our […]

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Eileen Dorsey and Charles Basham Present Recent Landscapes at Massillon Museum

There’s a wonderful article in ArtNet—“Back to School: 10 Famous Art Professors We Wish We Had as Teachers in College”—that speaks of the ability of some professors to take the banal and turn it such a way that captivates and challenges their students. In some respects, professors can change an artist’s life. Such is the case with Eileen Dorsey and […]

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The Gallery at Lakeland “from WOMAN”: Celebrating Women for 12 years

I am so excited to announce that The Gallery at Lakeland has undergone a major makeover. Now the largest exhibition space in the Tri-County (Lake, Geauga, Ashtabula) area looks fabulous, and is ready for a new and dynamic schedule of exhibitions in 2019! As Lakeland Community College’s gallery director and exhibition curator since 2005, I have been on a mission […]

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Snickerfritz and the Edward E. Parker Museum: Thirty-Five Years of Success

Edward E. Parker’s decades-long journey through the arts world has taken him into classrooms, studios, galleries, and museums in America, Africa, and Europe. He taught art at Cuyahoga Community College for nearly twenty years before retiring and allowing his entrepreneurial spirit to soar. Owning and operating a museum has always been a dream of the master sculptor and artist. Professor […]

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Tradition Re-Interpreted

The Galleries at CSU, located at 1307 Euclid Avenue on Playhouse Square, are pleased to present the second installment of the exhibition: A TRADITION RE-INTERPRETED II: NEW WORK BY CHINESE ARTISTS March 8 to April 20 This exhibition is curated by Professor Qian Li of Cleveland State University. The exhibition features recent works by contemporary Chinese artists who re-interpret the […]

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DayGloSho Goes National 

  The annual DayGloSho at Waterloo Arts is a unique gallery experience of glowing art that is as delightful for adults as it is magical for children to experience. The month-long exhibit is shown in black light, giving the fluorescent artwork an appearance of illumination from within and the 3D glasses provided for viewers at the exhibit add yet another […]

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