Call for Entries: The 24th Robert Thürmer People’s Art Show at the Galleries at Cleveland State

The 24th Robert Thürmer Peoples Art Show is back after being cancelled in 2020! This biannual event has become the signature event for the Galleries at CSU. The People’s Art Show is a free, non-juried, uncensored exhibition celebrating creativity, diversity, and imagination. The exhibition is open to everyone, and all entries will be exhibited. To participate, drop off up to […]

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John W. Carlson: A Retrospective, at HEDGE

A long-awaited memorial exhibition for Cleveland artist John W. Carlson opens this September at HEDGE Gallery and ARTneo Museum featuring paintings, prints, and drawings created during his extensive artistic career in Northeast Ohio. John passed suddenly in December 2020, leaving behind a remarkable collection of his artwork, some very recently completed and never seen in public. At the pinnacle of […]

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Heights Arts Turns The Page

Visual artists have long been fascinated by books, often as a way to distribute reproductions of original works. Impagination, agroup exhibition running from August 19 to October 16, is not about reproductions, but about books that themselves are one-of-a-kind works of art, designed to be held in the hands and leafed through in a narrative sequence. Each participant was selected […]

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The Morgan Fills Gallery Walls with Innovative, Transformative Shows

The end of summer moving into fall brings a whole new brand of excitement to the Morgan. We will be hosting our next gallery exhibition following the success of the second installment of the CAN Triennial. Sustain, Innovate, Transform is a project of the Morgan Conservatory and the Pittsburgh Print Group, featuring artwork incorporating paper made by hand at the […]

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Works of Gina Washington, at Prama

Prama Artpace and Gallery is excited to host an exhibition of work by Gina Washington. Monday’s Child is an archaeological dig into a family, identity, expectations, and the dualistic nature of Black Identity in America. This project will consist of photographic portraits manipulated through collage techniques, hand weaving, and embedded augmented reality. The images will illustrate the poem “Monday’s Child.” […]

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Artists Catalyze their Businesses at Summit Artspace

To the casual observer, it might seem as though artists spend their days locked in a studio, absorbed in creating their latest masterpiece. Peer closer and one discovers a hidden truth about successful professional artists: that in addition to artmaking, they engage in a high-level combination of managing finances, marketing their work, and networking with peers and the community. Summit […]

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Gregory Halpern: Buffalo, at Teansformer Station

A solo exhibition of photography and sculpture at Transformer Station, November 2022–January 2023Transformer Station presents a mid-career exhibition for photographer Gregory Halpern, born and raised in Buffalo, New York—photographs made in his hometown over the past fifteen years. The solo project will fill the entire exhibition space with color images and sculptures created by Halpern which depict aspects of this […]

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Ideal for Accessible Printmaking, at Zygote Press

Zygote Press is happy to present Ideal, an exhibition of contemporary artists using Risograph duplicators. Besides creating their own artwork, they use their equipment and skills to make printing and self-publishing accessible and push the technical limits of the media. The transparency of Riso inks can be used to create multiple tones using only a few colors. This process can […]

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