Lots to Share, Plus Nuts and Bolts
Thanks to a very unexpected and amazing gift from the George Gund Foundation, Art House has been able to replace the HVAC system, a much-needed upgrade. This award will also help Art House make progress towards our campus vision and work with other neighborhood organizations to find ways to better support each other.
In late May, we’re launching our first virtual Annual Urban Bright Exhibition, featuring current and past projects, as well as informal interviews with partnering schoolteachers and artists. You can find the link on our website.
We are continuing to work with MetroHealth to feature two more of our artists in their outpatient gallery.
Exciting plans to offer free outdoor and virtual summer camps are shaping up.
Additionally, in collaboration with Comité Mexicano de Cleveland, Mexican cultural tradition workshops will be provided.
We are very happy to announce that, as the summer unfolds, the Art House Creative Fusion artists Ana Quiroz and Hector Castellanos-Lara will be developing their projects with Northeast Ohio refugees.
Last but not least, AECOM, an environmental design firm, developed an awesome green infrastructure plan for our future art park. They will be submitting the proposal to the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District in September.
ART HOUSE ARTIST DIALOGUES | 6-7:30PM MONDAY, MAY 24
FAMILY OPEN STUDIO | 1PM THIRD SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH
Streaming live on Facebook.
COMMUNITY CULTURE NIGHT WITH TWO CAN TRIENNIAL CURATORS | 7-8:30PM THURSDAY, AUGUST 19
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