Cleveland Artists and Pocket Neighborhoods

Ross Chapin’s Pocket Neighborhoods: Creating Small Scale Community in a Large Scale World (Hardcover, 224 pp., Taunton Press, 2011, $30 signed) “introduces an antidote to faceless, place-less sprawl: clustered groups of neighboring houses or apartments gathered around a shared open space — a garden courtyard, a pedestrian street, a series of joined backyards, or a reclaimed alley. They can be […]

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Knock Knock. “Who’s There?” Opportunities. “Opportunities Who?” Opportunities Knock! Loren Naji Studio Gallery makes a Call to Artists and Announces New Exhibition Space!

Loren Naji Studio Gallery offers a shotgun blast of news for the summer, including exhibition space expanding into another room, a planned expansion into another neighborhood, and plenty of opportunity for artists.  First, my familiar main gallery space has expanded into the adjacent, furniture-filled room, which has become “The Lounge Gallery.” Meanwhile, that original gallery will henceforth be called “The […]

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Arts in Parks? Yes, please!

As a non-profit organization that designs, builds, and activates Cleveland’s public spaces, we know that public spaces won’t realize their true potential until they are used and loved by their residents. This is why we have been hosting free events in Cleveland neighborhood parks for the past 11 years. Last year, we provided 47 neighborhood events and through those events […]

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Art, Mind & Body at the Screw Factory

Four classroom spaces have joined the mix at the Screw Factory. The focuses are diverse, from fine craft to mind and body. Each instructor brings years of knowledge and teaching experience to the fold. Alyssa Lee Wilmot has formed the Movement Factory, a community studio that combines fitness, dance, and Pilates with art, and is accessible to a variety of […]

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