Claiming Our Space and Place, at ArtiCle

As you walk around Article (Art in Cleveland) gallery on Waterloo Road looking at its latest show Claiming Our Space and Place, curated by Gallery at Lakeland director Mary Urbas, you find your perceptions shifting. Sometimes you’ll hear the individual voices of the three artists clearly, and at other times they’ll blend, as if they are one voice, a hive […]

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ArtiCle/Art In Cleveland Galleries, Studios, Creative Classroom

Claiming Our Space and Place March 2–April 6 ArtiCle Gallery, located in the Waterloo Arts District, has an exciting schedule of exhibitions and art activities for Spring 2018. Guest Curator Mary Urbas, Lakeland Community College gallery director, has organized an exhibition of artworks in a variety of media by Cleveland artists Gail Crum, Jill Milenski and Gayle Pritchard, titled Claiming […]

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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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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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With an old couch, a trailer, and a filthy mattress stuffed with $10,000 – Loren is having a ball!

Loren’s Art Lounge, furnished with an old couch, continues to feature mini shows and will be hosting talented guest curators throughout 2016. I will curate a new show opening in March, followed by Alenka Banco in April and Amanda Lee in May. In June, Tina Ripley will curate a show featuring “ready-made” art, bringing attention to Marcel Duchamp. John Farina […]

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