A Valentine for a Lost Temple

Artists need places to experiment, to try out new things and show them to the world and their friends and neighbors without having to worry about whether they will sell or not. Doubting Thomas Gallery in Tremont, owned by a pediatrician named Theresa Boyd, has been one of those rare communal art gathering spaces in Cleveland for the past two […]

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Fall 2019 Events

FALL 2019 EVENTS Your easy, chronological guide to what Northeast Ohio galleries and museums have coming up in the next few months. More information about many of these exhibits can be found elsewhere in the pages of CAN.   CONTINUING EVENTS THROUGH AUGUST 31 Fresh Air Exhibition featuring the work of 15 area artists inspired by outdoor views around Northeast […]

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Call for Cleveland Mural Artist to Work in France

  This is an outstanding opportunity for a Cleveland-based mural artist: The city of Rouen, France–Cleveland’s sister city–will pay for your travel, accommodations, and supplies to go to Rouen and work with two local artists there to create a mural. It’s a big mural: 80 feet long, 32 feet high. Click here: RFP for application details.  The deal is reciprocity, […]

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The Bridges of Tom Schorgl

  Tom Schorgl is best known in Cleveland as the researcher, policy maker, and advocate who led the Community Partnership for the Arts and Culture (CPAC) and built the argument for public support of the Arts in Cuyahoga County. His work on that front eventually led to the creation of Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. Schorgl’s training, though, and his commitment […]

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Amazing Art this Fall at Gallery+

Anthony Mitri (Closing at September Third Friday) A Cleveland native, Anthony Mitri has been drawing and painting most of his life. Before focusing strictly on the realistic charcoal drawings he is known for, Mitri completed a series of 22 abstract landscape paintings from 2000-2002. He was experimenting with a technique of building up many layers of very thin oil washes […]

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Article/Art In Cleveland Presents Becky Grasser: Halfway

Halfway, gum bichromate prints by Becky Grasser, explores her shifting experience of time and space through past, present and future as a result of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. PTSD is a mental health condition triggered by witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event. “The images are, on the surface, images of bridges in various states of being built, crumbling, and being rebuilt,” […]

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Gray’s to Auction Pollocks, Jim Dine, and Frank Stella from the Jacobs Group Collection Tomorrow

Are you looking to buy a Jackson Pollock? I’ll wager you didn’t know you could buy one right here in Cleveland tomorrow – well, if you make the winning bid. Most people are familiar with the big name auction houses – Sotheby’s and Christies move original works of art by famous artists like Pollock regularly. But there is a thriving secondary […]

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