Friday, October 30, 2009

2009 Dia de Los Muertos Parade & Festival 10.31


The 2009 Dia de Los Muertos Parade & Festival will be held on Saturday, October 31st at The Orthodox Church & Parish Hall 6205 Detroit Ave in Cleveland Ohio. This will be the 5th Annual Day of the Dead event and every year has gotten bigger and better. Parade starts at 3pm!

Join us in celebrating this rich, sacred and colorful tradition that hails from the olden villages of Mexico and comes to Cleveland via the local artists and members of it's rich Hispanic and multicultural community. This is a free family event!

Tango Spooktacular II Milonga Mash 10.30

Please join us for the 2nd Annual: Tango Spooktacular II Halloween Milonga Mash Music, Dancing, Special EFX Lighting, Costumes and Treats, plus Door Prizes and More!

Friday, October 30, 2009 at Cavana Ballroom
9PM – 1AM
$10.00 per person


Appetizers provided (but bring a tasty treat if you'd like.) Bring your own beverage, i.e. wine, etc. Costumes encouraged, but not required.
We look forward to seeing you all there!

KB and Carmen: A Tango Romance
www.kbandcarmentango.com
www.myspace.com/kbandcarmentango
www.youtube.com/kbandcarmentango

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Dr. Sketchy October: Drawn of the Dead 10.29

Greetings art monkeys!! Get your pencils and pens ready!! We are having our Halloween session, on October 29th. Doors at 7:30, and our Bartender will take the stage as our model this time around Jessica will get all done up in some seriously sexy halloween themed costumes! Stay tuned afterward for a special performance by some of the girls From Hot Dame Burlesque!

Dr. Jason will spin some sinister tunes! and wear out his markers trying to sketch! Dr. Aaron will be on hand to coming up with some great hurtles for you all to jump just to win some great prizes!!

Come early for the best seats and bring a friend, or two.

$10 at the door, or buy online
Thursday, October 29th, 2009
7:30–11:00PM
Beachland Ballroom
[In the Ballroom]

15711 Waterloo Rd
Cleveland, OH
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DrSketchyCleveland.com

Saturday, October 24, 2009

CIM benefit concert with Tiempo Libre 10.24

Tiempo Libre performs live at Severance Hall on Saturday, October 24 in a concert to benefit the Cleveland Institute of Music. This up-and-coming Latin jazz group will be warming up for their performance on October 27 on ABC's Dancing with the Stars; on Oct. 2 they appeared on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien. In Cleveland they will perform with the CIM Orchestra under the baton of Carl Topilow. Rumba Sinf√≥nica was written for the group by Venezuelan composer, Ricardo Lorenz who will be in attendance at the concert. To end the concert, they will perform a solo Timba set. This group of young, conservatory-trained artists are bringing audiences out of their seats and onto the dance floor—all over the world. Their latest CD is Bach in Havana.

Tickets to the October 24 concert are $25 and $35. Call 216.231.1111 or online at severancehall.com.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Latest Pinkeye Magazine online only

Due to the cost of printing a magazine increasing 130% over the past two months and broken promises from their printers, the current issue of Pinkeye Magazine (featuring the art of Jake Kelly and Mark Keffer as well as others) is up on the website: pinkeyemag.com

The publishers of Pinkeye Magazine are going to re-structure as a non-profit over the next few months and hope to start publishing again in the Spring. Til then "we're really going to focus on the website, so check it out from time to time. We're also looking for more people to contribute, so if you or anyone else has stories, reviews, or any other cool stuff — send it our way!"

- Leigh and Ian
info@pinkeyemag.com
www.pinkeyemag.com
Cleveland, Ohio

Burning River Roller Girls: Black & Blue 4 Nov. 7th

The Burning River Roller Girls return with a special exhibition, Black & Blue 4 – Whip It Good!in their new home, the Wolstein Center Saturday, November 7th.

Skaters are selected from all four home teams (Rolling Pin-Ups, Cleveland Steamers, Hellbombers and Hard Knockers) and mixed for a two-team match-up, Black vs. Blue. During halftime, the league’s newest recruits (AKA Fresh Meat) must pass an annual rite of passage – full contact musical chairs.

Giving the classic game a violent, on-skates twist, the Fresh Meat will prove if they can skate with the big girls during this no-holds barred fight to the finish that you won’t want to miss. Will the Black team keep their trophy? Will there be a blue team upset this year? Who will be crowned Full Contact Musical Chair Queen? Find out on Saturday, November 7 at the Wolstein Center.

Doors open at 5 p.m. and the bout (consisting of two 30-minute periods and a 20-minute halftime) starts rolling at 6 p.m. Check back for ticket information soon!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Call For Entries: SHOPAROONI ART BOMB Deadline 11.29

Shoparooni presents its Second Annual Art Bomb Holiday Shop!!

The Shoparooni Art Bomb opens December 4th and runs through January 1st featuring "giftable" art and handcraft from local designers and artists:

"We're currently accepting goods from artists/designers/makers of things to be sold at Shoparooni throughout the holiday shopping season. THIS IS NOT A GALLERY SHOW!! Although we will be presenting the show in a gallery setting, the emphasis is to give folks an alternative to boring gifts and get them to give the gift of art! I mean, your six foot tall self portrait may be amazing, but noone's gonna give it to their granny for Christmas.

Jewelry, clothing, prints, ceramics, candles, soaps, plush, knits, bags, stencil art, reclaimed vintage, and other handmade or small run goods will be considered. Pretty much anything goes and the more variety, the better! Our main focus is on CLEVELAND artists and designers but we will accept stuff from artists EVERYWHERE!"

Get more info and keep up to date on their event page.

Shoparooni
15813 Waterloo Road
Claveland, OH 44110
http://www.shoparooni.com
216-383-3633

Monday, October 19, 2009

KB and the Riptides named Best Band

Congrats to KB and the Riptides for being named one of the Best Bands in Cleveland. Pick up the Oct 14th-20th issue of Cleveland Scene to find out more.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

5th ANNUAL DIA DE MUERTOS 2009

The 2009 Dia de Los Muertos Parade & Festival will be held on Saturday, October 31st at The Orthodox Church & Parish Hall 6205 Detroit Ave in Cleveland Ohio. This will be the 5th Annual Day of the Dead event and every year has gotten bigger and better. Parade starts at 3pm!

Join us in celebrating this rich, sacred and colorful tradition that hails from the olden villages of Mexico and comes to Cleveland via the local artists and members of it's rich Hispanic and multicultural community.
This is a free family event!

Friday, October 16, 2009

Support the Progressive Arts Alliance

Progressive Arts Alliance (PAA) is pleased to announce that the PAA All-Stars, an exceptional group of students from PAA's annual RHAPSODY Hip-Hop Summer Arts Camp, has been invited to perform and present at Harvard University at the end of this month.

Come support their efforts tonight, Friday, October 16, at a benefit concert for their trip. The show will feature a portion of the performances the students will present at Harvard. Also performing this evening will be Jahi, a hip-hop artist who has traveled and performed throughout the world and has recently returned to Cleveland, his hometown. The concert is at 7:30 pm. Doors open at 7 pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for youth age 18 and under. The concert will be held at the Idea Center at Playhouse Square, 1375 Euclid Avenue at East 14th Street. Read more.

Friday, October 09, 2009

78th Street Studios Experience Oct. 9th and 10th

Check out the 78th Studios Friday night for many gallery openings!
Friday, October 9th, 5:30-9:00PM and Saturday, October 10th, 1:00-5:00PM.

HIGHLIGHTS:

All Creatures Great & Small
Natural History Subjects through the Eyes of Artists

Kokoon Arts Gallery
October 9, 2009-January 9, 2010
An outstanding exhibition of artwork depicting animal life by historic and contemporary artists. Prints, paintings and sculptures by Alexander Wilson, John James Audubon, Walter Anderson, Robert Hainard, Paul Travis, William E. Scheele, Larry Isard, David Rankin, Michael Nekic, Keri Gortz, Alfredo Arreguin, and Ray Troll will be included.

Matt Dibble: Paintings & Construction and New Acquisitions | 2009
Tregoning & Company

An exhibit of the art of Matt Dibble continues through October 10th in our north gallery. In our south gallery, New Acquisitions | Fall 2009 will be feaured through October.

Terra non Firma
legation, a gallery
October 9-November 29, 2009

An exhibit featuring fifteen contemporary landscape artists: Jerry Birchfield, Kristin Bly, Judith Brandon, Amy Casey, Andy Curlowe, Hilary Aurand, John Haughwout, Megan Herwig, Jess Langley, Mark Keffer, Matt Kolodziej, Christine McCullough, Josh Rex, Alex Tapie, and Doug Utter. This exhibit addresses landscape on a personal and contemporary format, as the artists flirt with abstraction and unexpected content. Hosted collaboratively with Front Room Gallery (3615 Superior Ave. 44114), openings at both locations October. 9th (with live music by Brian Straw at 8:30pm at legation).

George Kozmon
Walken Frame & Art

Walken Frame & Art presents the work of renowned artist George Kozmon October 9th and 10th. Kozmon, an award-winning painter, arts educator and curator from Northeast Ohio, is featured in venues and collections world-wide, including the Cleveland Museum of Art, Youngstown's Butler Institute of American Art and the Canton Museum of Art.

"The BG4" 2-D Show
1300/Third Gallery
October 9-10, 2009

Bowling Green State University alumni Trelawney O'Brien (photography), Jeff Sierputowski (photography), Benjamin Haehn (painting, silkscreening) and Keith Slaby (painting, printmaking) exhibit 2-D works. Each artist lives/works in Cleveland, Ohio.

LA COSECHA DEL BARRIO
Friday, October 9th: Opening with music by DJ RoRo/Saturday, October 10th: Children's art workshop/screen printing. In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15), 78th Street Studios welcomes a special show to our first floor exhibition area (Suite 1B) featuring some of Cleveland's most talented Hispanic artists: Gabriel Gonzalez, Palin Perez-Jackson, Marilyn Borrero, Rosalina Morales, Bruno Casiano, Linda Ayala, Dante Rodriguez, Hector Castellano-Lara, Augusto Bordelouis, +Opie+Zin.

78th Street Studios. An eclectic mix of world class art galleries, studios & creative businesses anchoring the west end of the Gordon Square Arts District.

1300 W. 78th St to 1305 W. 80th St Cleveland OH 44102
(One block north of Lake Ave)
Free parking in lots north & south of building
Maps/Directions/Directory of Businesses

Capitol Theatre Grand Opening 10.1—10.11

October 1-11, 2009
Capitol Theatre Grand Opening

Cleveland's only West Side art and independent film cinema opens at West 65th Street & Detroit Ave.
www.gordonsquare.org

Thursday, October 08, 2009

New Works: Steve Ziebarth and Paul Jacklitch, Oct. 9

The Department of Art and Art History at Baldwin-Wallace College presents New Works: Paul Jacklitch and Steve Ziebarth.
Opening reception: Friday, October 9, 5PM—8PM.

Tricia Kaman Figure Painting Workshop, Oct. 10

Join in on a special Figure Painting Workshop at the Valley Art Center, Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Saturday, October 10, 2009
1:00PM - 4:00PM.
More details.

Tremont ArtWalk, Friday, October 9th

Merrick House, 1050 Starkweather. 90th Anniversary OPEN HOUSE. This neighborhood jewel has been providing cradle to grave social services on the near westside since 1919. Come meet the staff and tour the facility. Silent Auction: work by Sally Matia, Anastasia Pantsios, Hector Vega, Dana Depew and many more.

Diamond Wheel, 2183 West 15th. Metal Sculpture by Alan Schafle

Brandt Gallery, 1028 Kenilworth. Photography by David Novak

Eye Candy Gallery, 2173 Professor Ave. Oil paintings by Diane Hoeptner

Mastroianni Photography and Arts, 2688 W. 14th. Photographs by Debra Shepherd and abstract mixed media by Ron Knight

Asterisk*, 2393 Professor Ave. Ohio University Graduate Exhibition curated by Tom Bartel

doubting Thomas Gallery, 856 Jefferson Ave. New works by Hailey Litzinger

AND don't forget Martini 5-O at Prosperity and the drawing group at
The Lit, both after the art walk (around 9PM.)

Tremont ArtWalk
Cleveland Ohio

Thursday, October 01, 2009

Murray Hill Art Walk this weekend


The three-day Little Italy October Art Walk takes place this Friday through Sunday.

More than 30 galleries, studios & boutiques present handmade works by regional, national, and internationally known artists.

Be sure to stop by our home base, the Tricia Kaman Studio, #202 in the Schoolhouse.

The Little Italy June Art Walk is on Mayfield Road between Random Road and East 126th Street

The Schoolhouse
2026 Murray Hill Rd.
Cleveland, OH 44120
LittleItalyCleveland.com