2019: The Year in Review

Gallery Reopening & New Art Venture Location La Cosecha Galeria introduces its inceptive market this holiday season, bringing together a diversity of people and art with original handmade crafts, sculptures, embroidery, paintings, photography, books, antiques and many other unique items for purchase during this gift-giving season. A variety of exotic delicacies, desserts and beverages will be offered for sale as […]

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Ignite Your Creativity with a Winter Workshop

This winter, try something new. Winter workshops are like a gift for your creativity. They provide an opportunity to explore creative techniques under the instruction of experienced artists and educators. The Morgan’s workshops are designed to fuel inspiration and build new skills in a short amount of time, equipping students with enough knowledge to walk away and do it themselves. […]

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Holiday Market at the Screw Factory

Join the Screw Factory artists and visiting handmade local artists in the historic Screw Factory located in the heart of Birdtown in Lakewood. This is our largest holiday event of the year, with more than ninety artists filling the Lake Erie Room, Templar Room, and open studios. We’ll have two floors filled with items to satisfy your holiday gift-giving needs, […]

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Tremont Art Is Moving Out

Art moves. In an esoteric sense, art can move the soul. But art also moves physically. Galleries, for example, can be transitory things—they seek spaces where costs are low and they often relocate when neighborhoods change. But Cleveland art isn’t all about galleries. How about restaurants? Establishments in Tremont—Edison’s, Grumpy’s, Lava Lounge, Loop, Southside, Treehouse and others—regularly display, and even […]

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Artists Select and Residents Select at YARDS Projects at Worthington Yards

Artists selected for the Artists Select 2019 have created an organic, offbeat mix of contemporary art outside the purview of the classic curator/artist relationship. Rather, participants in the show explore the dynamics of the artist/artist cantor, and will include public and private school teachers, artist friends and colleagues, all while encouraging newcomers to the Cleveland scene (and YARDS Projects) vis-a-vis […]

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Photography Meets Printmaking at Zygote Press

Five years ago, Zygote Press made transitioning to an environmentally friendly studio a priority. Key to making this change work was ensuring that all printmaking processes would still be available, and the resulting prints would be as good or better than using the traditional toxic chemistry. Since then, through research and innovation, Zygote has evolved into a green shop. Eliminating […]

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Eterovich and Bercaw at Artists Archives

“The magic of Shakespeare with words, the thrill of Beethoven in music, is certainly a rewarding experience. But the human eye, being precious, demands another kind of fulfillment…” —Anthony Eterovich This winter, the Artists Archives is pleased to present Fulfilling the Eye: Anthony Eterovich, a retrospective that not only satisfies the senses, but follows the artist’s trajectory over his eight-decade […]

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Winter at Akron Art Museum

OPEN WORLD: VIDEO GAMES & CONTEMPORARY ART Karl and Bertl Arnstein Galleries, and Judith Bear Isroff Gallery October 19–February 2 More than 166 million Americans play video games. Visual artists are gamers too, yet video games are rarely examined as a major influence on contemporary art. Open World draws attention to this phenomenon through the presentation of artworks including painting, sculpture, textiles, […]

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