Nancy Schwartz-Katz’ Borders and Boundaries at Shaker Community Gallery

The Shaker Community Gallery is located in a sunlit Chapel of the Christ Episcopal Church where Schwartz-Katz also has her studio. Artist Nancy Schwartz-Katz is known nationally for her work in papercutting, specializing in Old Testament and Judaic art. In Borders and Boundaries, Schwartz-Katz explores the complex crossover of the contemporary social issues of values and vices. The folk art […]

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Dawn Tekler: Mental Structures

Dawn Tekler paints scenes from along the coastline of Northeast Ohio, showcasing both its natural beauty and the raw workings of the steel industry that collectively tell the story of the region. Though Tekler is inspired by these places, her paintings are not realist—she is not depicting any given place exactly. Better dubbed “urban impressionism,” she is portraying color and […]

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The Sculpture Center

The Sculpture Center Kelley O’Brien, Film Still from No Such Fortress, 2018. Courtesy of the artist.     RIAN BROWN: PALIMPSEST: HAND-DRAWN ANIMATION & VIDEO PROJECTIONS | NOVEMBER 9–DECEMBER 21 RECEPTION 5:30–8PM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 JOSÉ CARLOS TEIXEIRA: FRAGMENTS, ENCOUNTERS & REPRESENTATIONS [ON EXILE] | NOVEMBER 9–DECEMBER 21 RECEPTION 5:30–8PM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 KELLEY O’BRIEN: W2S 2019 NEW WORK | […]

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Winter Workshops Cultivate Creativity

Don’t let your imagination hibernate this winter. Workshops provide an opportunity to explore creative techniques under the instruction of experienced artists and educators. Workshops fuel inspiration and build new skills in a short amount of time, providing students with the knowledge to walk away and do it themselves. Within the course of a weekend or sometimes part of a day, […]

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Natural Selection at YARDS Projects

Several exhibitions of late have focused on peer-to-peer recommendations where artists boost other artists they admire. The Progressive Art Collection’s recent Full Fathom Five and the Bienal de São Paulo are artists-led, artist-curated or suggested nods to who they see as ripe for study or celebration in new venues, in front of new audiences. Artists who exhibited at YARDS Projects […]

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Akron Art Museum

Jeff Donaldson: Dig Karl and Bertl Arnstein Galleries Through January 21 Spanning the artist’s entire career from his activist roots in Chicago to his influence on future generations as a professor at Howard University, Jeff Donaldson: Dig presents new scholarship and features works never before seen in public. In 1968, Donaldson, along with Wadsworth Jarrell, Jae Jarrell, Barbara Jones-Hogu and […]

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