Conviction

In March of this year, Waterloo Arts facilitated a mural in the Waterloo Arts District, which caused strong community reactions and was ultimately painted over by the building owner. The mural titled, No Convictions, was of a large “137” painted vertically down the side of a two-story building. The numbers were faceted in translucent blue and red to reference police […]

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Waterloo Arts Fest Juried Exhibition

Waterloo Arts Gallery has mounted ambitious shows in its renovated storefront space since 2004, in a long foreshadowing of North Collinwood’s current fine-arts thaw.  After two tantalizing decades of big promises and slow progress around the intersection of East 152nd and Waterloo, that pioneer space and the entire Waterloo Arts District are more lively than ever.  And some of the […]

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Glow 216!

  Cleveland’s fourth DayGlo exhibit is coming to Waterloo! A show spearheaded by artist John Saile and shown previously at Doubting Thomas Gallery, the DayGlo exhibit features new work by 40 local artists experimenting with fluorescent paint. Generously donated by DayGlo Color Corporation, this paint has unique qualities that add a new dimension to every artist’s canvas and it isn’t […]

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Fandom 216: The Art of Sports in NE Ohio

By Amy Callahan, Hilary Gent, Michael Loderstedt, and Liz Maugans   We have all been recent witness to significant development in the cultural sectors of our region, with the impressive renovation of the Cleveland Museum of Art, the new construction of MOCA Cleveland, continued development of world-class health services and the downtown corridor, the rising status of our culinary industry […]

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