First Friday Openings and More at Waterloo Arts

Opening in April is “Das Wird Sich Alles Finden (Everything Will Turn Out Alright)”, an international group show that  includes 19 artists from 7 countries. The collection of work addresses how artists and people across the globe connect to  the many uncertainties of contemporary life.
In May, the Gallery hosts a C.I.A. Biomedical Art Exhibition. The Cleveland Institute of Art is one of only a handful of colleges in the United States that offers a BFA degree in Biomedical Art. Come explore the best of the students work in this unique exhibit.
Ending the quar ter in June is our Annual Members’ Show. Members of Arts Collinwood may submit up to three pieces of artwork for an exhibit juried by our gallery committee, which is on view during our annual Waterloo Arts Fest.


Our Music for Miles (M4M) free chamber music concerts are on the second Sundays of the month at 4pm, February  through May. “Celebrating Black History” with vocalist Patricia Harris in February; “The Passion of Bach” with Raleigh  Chamber Players in March; “Stringtime For Springtime” with Fine Arts String Quartet in April; and “Honoring American  Composers” with The Silver Keys Quartet in May.
The 11th Annual Waterloo Arts Fest, on June 29th, 12-7pm., is a showcase of the regions visual and performing art scene  with interactive activities and entertainment for all ages. Thanks to a grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, this is sure to  be the best Fest ever!