New doctors Tim Switalski, Janie Walland and Ashley Ribblett continue their mastery of all things Sketchy at the Beachland Ballroom.Doors open at 7:30 and the model takes the stage 8PM. $10 gets you in the door.
Saturday,April 26th, 7–9PMistheOpeningReceptionfor the 2014 Murray Hill Group Nature Show featuring works by Nancy Aikins, Suzette Cohen, ElaineDowling,LindaGraham,Sharlene Green, Vivian Haney, Tricia Kaman, Adam Pate, Paula Reed St. John andDebSteytler. (With after-show drinks on Chardon Square or nearby.)
HEDGE Gallery presents“TRANSITION”,JasonAlexanderByers'recent art projects featuring tar and paper series and target themed collages. Building on his fascination with cityscapes and skylines, he traces the positive and negative space of New York City’s churches using tar, watercolors, and india ink, reminiscent of a 'popculture'Rorschach inkblot. While not strictly iconoclastic, his most recent projects "call to question an obsessive fascination with buildings and the ideas inside them."
Friday at 5–9PM
1300 West 78th Street Suite 200 Cleveland, OH 44102
Presented by Cleveland Public Theatre, Ohio City Incorporated and Ward 3 Councilman Joe Cimperman, Station Hope is a multi-arts event that celebrates the triumphs of the Underground Railroad, the history of St. John's Church and the contemporary struggles for freedom and justice.
Much like Cleveland Public Theatre's Pandemonium, Arts In August, and Party in the Gordon Square, Station Hope offers audiences a rich and fun experience created by artists throughout Northeast Ohio. CPT will stage this event on one of the most historically significant sites in Greater Cleveland—St. John's Church or Station Hope as it was known on the Underground Railroad. You will tour St. John's sanctuary, parish hall, and intricate basements to view an array of short performances of dance, theatre, storytelling and music. Visual art displays and public arts activities permeate the event and choral performance set the atmosphere of the outdoor spaces in and around the church.
Station Hope is a FREE, one-night-only event, Saturday April 26, 2014, 6–10PM.
St. John's Episcopal Church is located at 2600 Church Street in the Ohio City neighborhood of Cleveland. St. John's is the oldest consecrated building in Cuyahoga County. As a church active in the Underground Railroad, St. John's was a last stop for fleeing slaves seeking their freedom across the waters of Lake Erie and the church's steeple acted as a beacon of freedom.
The Morgan Conservatory is proud to present Oh, Letterpress, it's first gallery show of 2014. This invitational exhibition showcases artists and printers from Ohio who utilize the letterpress process in a contemporary way. The opening reception is Friday, April 11th from 7–9PM.Opening reception parking is on E. 45th Street south of Payne Ave.
Members attending the opening get a FREE limited edition letterpress poster. Join as a member or renew your membership at the opening to get your poster.
There will also be a guided gallery talk on Saturday, April 12th from noon-1PM with many of the artists.
DON'T FORGET about the always entertaining Tremont ArtWalk which takes place the 2nd Friday of each month. When it's warmer the courtyard of Visible Voice Books on Kenilworth is a great place to drink some wine and listen to music.
Other stops to make:
Mastroianni Photography and Arts,
2687 W. 14th Photo Studio Grand Re-opening Showcase Work by Lindsey Beckwith and Steven Mastroianni www.stevenmastroianni.com
Agape, 807 Literary Rd.
The Without Words Movement - dance
Bac Asian American Bistro and Bar, 2661 West 14th David M. Uschold Photographic Prints on Canvas www.bactremont.com
Brandt Gallery, 1028 Kenilworth The Long Ease: Post- Cancer Works by Phoebe Marie Nelson www.brandtgallery.org
doubting Thomas Gallery, 856 Jefferson Ave. Mindscapes by Valdivieso
Who's pumped up for Yuri's Night Cleveland this Saturday? There are a limited amount of tickets left for sale to this incredible, global celebration Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 8PM—1AM at the Great Lakes Science Center. This year will feature an OMNIMAX MOVIE! Hidden Universe will show at 9:30PM for a heavily discounted rate of $3 per person. Purchase your OMNIMAX tickets night-of event. Space is limited, so if you want to catch this flick, purchase your tickets as soon as you arrive at Yuri’s Night. Here's the Schedule of Events.
Every year, SPACES hosts their annual Monster Drawing Rally to benefit the gallery and their efforts. Every year, 100+ local and regional artists are selected by 10 guest curators to draw for one hour each. All the works created are sold for a flat $65 – with all sales benefiting SPACES. An art event unlike anything else in town. Don’t miss it.
Additionally, the event features the Li’l Monster Drawing Rally section for children under 18 to sit, draw and exhibit their work for the evening (or weekend).
Live Event: Saturday, April 12, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. Artists drawing: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Admission: $5 (FREE for SPACES members/Season Pass holders and children age 17 and under)
Work Remains on view through Sunday, April 13, 2014.
Those of you who’ve been following the Wesley and his group over the last few years remember when this seven-piece toiled and sweated in front of small but enthusiastic dancers throughout the area. These days, don’t be surprised if the show sells out!
Good friend Wendy Partridge is teaching this class at the Morgan Conservatory. There's an Early Registration Discount which will save you 10% off of your tuition on this and other paper/printmaking workshops if you register on or before April 15th.
With the guidance of Wendy Partridge, you will learn how to set type and print posters using the Morgan Conservatory’s astonishing supply of wood type and cool collection of engravings. You will be printing with the Morgan’s Show Card Proof Presses which can be mastered in a day. At the end of the class you will have printed multi-color, collaborative posters containing favorite words and phrases.
The workshop will also introduce participants to the set up and rules of the Morgan’s letterpress printing studio so that you can continue your letterpress exploration during open studio programs and other workshops.
Maximum Class Size – 8
We have a cart style check out this year to make it easier for you to register for more then one workshop or register more then one person for an individual workshop without having to go through the payment process multiple times. You will only need to check out one time once you have selected all of the workshops you would like to register for. You can access the check out option immediately after pushing the green ‘REGISTER!’ button on any of the individual workshop pages or by clicking the orange ‘View Cart & Check Out’ button on the main workshop page HERE. You can contact us with any questions or concerns.
DATE: Sun, Jun 1st 2014 TIME: 10AM—4PM COST: $85 LOCATION: Morgan ConservatoryMAP
The fifth edition of TEDxCLE — an affiliate of the popular series of TED conferences — will take place Friday afternoon at the Cleveland Museum of Art, offering 14 Ted Talks by people described as Cleveland imports and exports — depending upon where they achieved success.
TEDxCLE 2014 IMPORT EXPORT Friday, April 4, 2014 from 1– 6PM Gartner Museum: $43 – SOLD OUT! Simulcast Rooms: $33 – Purchase tickets now at www.TEDxCLE.com/tickets or call 888-CMA-0033
OH, Captain! opens at Breakneck Gallery Saturday April 5th (Winter Soldier's opening weekend) featuring works from over 20 local artists including: CHOD, Bob Peck, Eric Kaplan, Sean Burns, R!ch, Jim Giar, Jon Allen, Gary and Laura Dumm, and so many more. In addition to all the works inside, The Rustbelt Monster Collective will be doing a live mural painting outside the gallery that will be added to the collection upon completion. The action doesn't stop there. Carol and John's Comic Book Shop is sponsoring a raffle of awesome Captain America related Prizes!
There will be an opening reception Saturday April 5th from 6–10PM with food, drinks (also sponsored by CnJ's), fun, photo ops, and ART! Show runs till April 26th.
There will be a 21+ after party held at the Spitfire Saloon, 1539 W.117th St. With live music from Suicide Ghouls / Dead Federation / The Drexels.