Elevate Gallery Presents Benefit Exhibit for Neighborhood Pets

Elevate Gallery presents Ponies, Pups and Pussy Cats, a group show to benefit Neighborhood Pets, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support for pets of financially challenged owners. The opening of the multimedia show will take place on March 30 at Elevate Gallery, 3675 East 65th Street in Slavic Village from 6:30 to 9:30pm. All works will depict horses, dogs […]






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Local and Global in the Galleries at CSU

Russ Revock, Global Matrix IV

The Galleries at CSU are pleased to present two significant exhibitions this winter season. Opening on March 9, the exhibition Cleveland’s Symbol: 52 Stories of the Terminal Tower—curated by William Barrow, Special Collections Librarian, the Michael Schwartz Library—will run through April 21. Gallery conversation at 4pm followed by a reception with refreshments from 5 to 8pm. Contemporaneously in the North […]






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Next Generation of Photographers at the Cleveland Print Room

Join us at the Cleveland Print Room this spring as we plunge into our sixth year. Members of CPR have access to Cleveland’s only community darkroom, where you can develop and print your own film. Members also receive discounts on classes and workshops—from basic B&W darkroom printing to Polaroid transfers, pinhole photography and cyanotypes. CPR has classes for all ages […]






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Cleveland Arts Prize Inaugurates New Award

As a young woman, Barbara Robinson was already changing the landscape for women and the arts, graduating from Wellesley College with the highest honors, and from the Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration in the top two percent of her class. Her life exemplifies a progressive, unstoppable, and dedicated commitment to arts and culture. Few Americans have been more acknowledged and […]






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Bonfoey Gallery Celebrates 125 Years

Bonfoey Gallery, located in Cleveland’s Playhouse Square District at 1710 Euclid Avenue, was established in 1893. We are celebrating our 125th year as Cleveland’s premier art gallery and framing facility. Surviving the Great Depression, a devastating fire in the 1960s, the Euclid Corridor Project, and the Great Recession of 2008, The Bonfoey Gallery remains a stalwart of downtown Cleveland and […]






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An Interview with Jenniffer Omaitz

Jenniffer Omaitz, Indelable

Jenniffer Omaitz Constructions at BAYarts interview by Jessica Stockdale Through a thoughtful blending of paintings, assemblage and site-specific installation, Jenniffer Omaitz tackles chaos and form in her new exhibition Constructions. This is the first time she has displayed her 2D and 3D work together, and with it, overlapping weighty themes of architecture, boundaries, movement and geometry. JS: Can you talk […]






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Artists Archives of the Western Reserve Spring 2018

Judy Takács, Guardian Angel of the Good Death, oil on linen

Szalay/Takács Secrets Art is full of secrets…secret meanings, symbolism, struggles and statements. Some secrets go to the grave with the artist, leaving curators and art historians to spend centuries speculating and theorizing about the mysteries hanging on museum walls. And some living artists blog about the secrets they have hidden in their paintings, hoping someone will care about the painting […]






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ArtiCle/Art In Cleveland Galleries, Studios, Creative Classroom

Lisa Eastman, Once in a Blue Moon

Claiming Our Space and Place March 2–April 6 ArtiCle Gallery, located in the Waterloo Arts District, has an exciting schedule of exhibitions and art activities for Spring 2018. Guest Curator Mary Urbas, Lakeland Community College gallery director, has organized an exhibition of artworks in a variety of media by Cleveland artists Gail Crum, Jill Milenski and Gayle Pritchard, titled Claiming […]






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The War of Art

Nocturnal Eyes. Detail, by Siera Rivera. Urban Bright Biomimicry Program, John Marshall High School, Fall 2017

The War of Art is the abbreviated title of a book by Steven Pressfield in which he discusses Resistance: resistance to the creative process and any cause that calls us. It is a toxic force that is experienced as fear. Fear precipitates flight. An underlying connection to this theory is the dismissive attitude that continues to persist towards the deep […]






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