Drawing, Opera, Sculpture, Lithography in Fall Programming For Westlake-Westshore Arts Council

Since 1984, the goal of the Westlake-Westshore Arts Council (W-WAC) has been to enhance and broaden cultural life in  the Westshore area through programming that will result in awareness, education, and involvement in the arts. Board  meetings are held at 7 p.m. on the first Monday of the month at Westlake Porter Public Library, 27333 Center Ridge  Road, Westlake. The following programs open the 2012- 2013 year and will […]






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Shining Light on Creativity in the Heights

GALLERY In September, Heights Ar ts gallery launchesi the fall season with Paperworks, an exhibition presenting regional artists who work rigorously on or with paper. Curated by artist / Heights Arts program director Andrea Joki, the show  lluminates paper as a carrier of artists’ symbols and as a medium in itself with processes including drawing, cut paper, collage, sculpture and pulp. The show coincides in its closing days with Watermarks, […]






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Evolution, Renaissance, Transformation, Metamorphosis: Arts Collinwood Becomes Waterloo Arts

These words all have different nuances of meaning, but a common thread or generalization is that they describe a change in the state of a thing or idea that is no longer apt or useful into a more current, appropriate one. This theme is definitely playing out during the first part of 2013 at Waterloo Arts. No, that is not a typo. After a suggestion from a volunteer […]






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Art, Music, Shopping, Business

Arts Collinwood is in full swing this fall with monthly gallery openings, chamber music concerts, artist talks, screen printing workshops and an after school program in the Nan and Miles H. Kennedy Art Center starting up in October. On view until September 2nd in the Gallery are the exquisitely beautiful paintings of William M. Newhouse. Opening September 14th are works of Ann Hanaran and Coe Lapossy, in An Exercise […]






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Dancing in a Tight Embrace at the Sculpture Center

Expanded media and sculpture dance in a tight embrace through the kaleidoscope of contemporary art. The Sculpture  Center’s forwarding the affair this fall with its always experimental exhibitions and SculptureX symposium at the CIA. The Tragedy of the Commons, a collaboration between Ali Momeni of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh and Swiss  Robin Meier, uses the closely observed food choices and social behaviors of a living colony of Atta (leaf-cutter) […]






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A “Prints” of a Weekend at the 2012 Fine Print Fair

From the Friday night preview party to the last minute shopping on Sunday afternoon, the Print Club of Cleveland’s 28th Annual Fine Print Fair breathed excitement into Tri-C’s Corporate College East on the last weekend of September, 2012.  Co-sponsored by Key Bank and Britton Gallagher, over 600 visitors attended lectures, demonstrations, and a marvelous  preview party. Dr. Jane Glaubinger, Curator of Prints at the Cleveland Museum of Art, led the […]






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The Print Club of Cleveland Makes a Fine Impression

The oldest print club in the United States, the Print Club of Cleveland has educated print collectors and art enthusiasts since 1916. Over the last 96 years the club has remained dedicated to the founders’ purposes of stimulating interest in  fine prints, from old masters through contemporary artists, as well as augmenting the print collection of the Cleveland  Museum of Art. The club has purchased some of the crown […]






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The Print Club Clarifies the Fine Print

The Print Club of Cleveland celebrates the 28th Annual Fine Print Fair, Cleveland’s largest and most comprehensive exhibition of fine prints. The Fair begins with an opening night benefit Friday, September 28 and continues Saturday,  September 29 from 10am to 5pm through Sunday, September 30 from 11 to 4pm at Corporate College located at 4400 Richmond Road in Warrensville Heights (at I-271). The Fine Print Fair benefits the Department of […]






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Emerging Artists Take Control at CIA

Real world experience doesn’t get more real than this. The Student Independent Exhibition at the Cleveland Institute of  Art launches students into professional roles of exhibiting artists, curators, and promoters of a show that ranks as one of  the most popular annual exhibitions at the college. Students do it all. They solicit student artwork, convene a jury, curate the show, and conduct panel discussions, and  gallery tours. Artwork that […]






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