Summer at Orange Art Center

Summer is here, and it’s time to honor our adult students at our 30th Annual Adult Student Art Exhibition. This year we include the faculty’s art along side that of our talented students. Prizes–including the Ruth Paisley Award for Best in Show, and the Mildred and Joe Woodell Award For Excellence In Art–will be awarded to students in media including […]

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Innovations with Traditional Roots at the Morgan Conservatory

Paper is often considered a given in our modern age. Almost 2,000 years ago in China, however, the production of handmade paper was recorded for the first time and revolutionized the documentation and exchange of information. This innovation ousted bulkier, cumbersome writing agents such as strips of bamboo, and it allowed information to be stored and shared more efficiently. Papermaking […]

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Convergence/Divergence: Laila Voss and Bruce Edwards at Maria Neil Art Project

Laila Voss and Bruce Edwards share more than just their lives together as husband and wife. They also share a passion for creating incredible art – both together and separately. Laila and Bruce have frequently collaborated on work together, but they also create their own very individual work. Convergence/Divergence will present some of the similarities and differences.   Laila’s work […]

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Astronaut Loren Naji will Pilot an Art Shuttle, Launch a Satellite, Explore a Virtual Art Gallery, and Investigate Planet Earth’s Art Terrain with Earthlings

Star date June 6th 2014, Satellite Gallery, at 442 East 156 Street, Earth will open its hatch, with a stellar celebration, exposing a host of installations to be explored by the people of this planet. The Satellite will change installations every 2 or 3 months, creating a constant evolution of the space. This venue will be guided by Astronaut Grace […]

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LAUNCH ABORTED

For the second time in three weeks Loren Naji Studio Gallery in Ohio City has been shut down by the manipulation of bureaucracy. Just before 8 pm Friday night, the launch party for the Summer 2014 edition of CAN Journal was interrupted when an officer of the Cleveland Fire Department entered the gallery and told Naji that because the gallery […]

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AHA! Festival Illuminates a Changing Cleveland

Downtown Cleveland’s physical landscape is changing. Major developments such as the Global Center for Health Innovation, the Cleveland Convention Center, and Horseshoe Casino are completed. Other projects, including the redesign of Public Square, upgrades to the Mall, and the construction of new hotels and residences, will be completed in the next few years. These improvements have attracted conventions and events […]

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A Season of Art Making at Heights Arts

Join in a season of art making at Heights Arts as we launch Make Your Mark for the ArtsTM, a new membership program for everyone to find the artist inside.   Created by Heights Arts, Make Your Mark (www.MakeYourMarkForTheArts.org) was founded on the belief that everyone has artistic ability. Residents of our communities participate in this public art program by […]

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Transition and Light at HEDGE Gallery

TRANSITION features new works by Jason Alexander Byers, including his tar series and target collages, on view through June 14, 2014. Byers studied sculpture at Kent State University, where he turned to the wildly inventive arts and music scenes. Music took him on tours across Europe and the United States as the vocalist of the well-known Cleveland band Disengage. After […]

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Lila Rose Kole Debut a Smashing Success at the March and April Tremont Art Walk

Record attendance. Record wine-drinking. Record sales and commissions. Lila says her abstract landscapes are informed by illuminated moments of sky and water. “I collect these moments like treasures, capturing and recapitulating a sense of place.” Cleveland Makes it Big in New York City in April. Rob Hartshorn wins “Best in Show” at the 35th annual ArtExpo on Pier 92 in […]

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