Wednesday, September 30, 2015

VOTE for Issue 8! 11.3

VOTE for Issue 8! On Tuesday, November 3, 2015, Cuyahoga County voters will have the opportunity to continue their support for our Arts and Culture sector by voting for Issue 8 and renewing the Arts & Culture Levy. Passing this renewal will NOT increase taxes or prices, but will help fund institutions in and around Cleveland devoted to bringing the arts to the community.

Cuyahoga Arts & Culture distributes these funds, supporting 300 organizations—including Cleveland Institute of Music, The Cleveland Orchestra, Cleveland Play House and the Cleveland Museum of Art—and more than 2,500 locations.

Spread the word: Vote Nov. 3rd!

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Tremont Arts & Culture Fest 9.19–9.20 Lincoln Park

Many artists still live and work in Tremont, including some who have shown their work outside Cleveland. 18 of these artists were invited to be showcased in a special area at this year’s Tremont Arts & Cultural Festival in Lincoln Park, apart from the artists and craftspeople selected by the jurors to have booths at the festival.

Tim Herron will be painting a model,” says longtime Tremont-based painter Rob Hartshorn, “Giancarlo Calicchia will be chinking away at a marble sculpture. The art will be for sale and the artists don’t have to be there.” Other artists participating include Hartshorn, Duda, Jeff Chiplis, Bruce Checefsky, Tina Cassara, Bruce Edwards, Hillary Gent, Patsy Kline, Lila Rose Kole, Ashley Mankin, Steve Mastroianni, Chris Pekoc, Angelica Pozo, Kari Solomon, Heather Diana Vaselaney and Laila Voss.

Mandel JCC Juried Art Show & Sale 9.17

'Annie' by Deb Steytler
Mandel JCC J-Show, a juried art show and sale, exhibited in the Mandel JCC lobby, features an eclectic mix of artwork from established, emerging and amateur artists who reside in Northeast Ohio and will be up from September 17 thru November 30, 2015.

Opening reception: Thursday, Sept. 17th, 7-9 PM
Awards will be presented at 7:30PM

FREE and open to the community.

Friday, September 11, 2015

Cleveland Public Theatre’s Pandemonium 9.12 7PM

JOIN US at Pandemonium Saturday, September 12th from 7PM til midnight on the Cleveland Public Theatre campus. Proceeds benefit Cleveland Public Theatre’s artistic work and educational programs.

Featuring hundreds of area theatre, dance, visual and performance artists, with fabulous local food and complimentary drinks served all night long, Pandemonium is a benefit like no other. The “Fundraiser Event of the Year” (2013 and 2014 Connectors Choice Awards) offers guests a unique and immersive arts and entertainment experience that takes place throughout CPT’s campus, offering guests the opportunity to view innovative and exciting live performance in unexpected locations. Pandemonium is not-to-be-missed!

Tickets: $150 ($85 tax deductible)

Cleveland Public Theatre
6415 Detroit Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 44102

Wednesday, September 09, 2015

CMA Art Chalk Festival 9.19–9.20

The Cleveland Museum of Art Chalk Festival brings the Renaissance tradition of using chalk to create street art to Ohio every year in September. Participants of all skill levels are invited to draw their own chalk masterpieces next to featured professional artists. There are also workshops for guests who want to hone their artistic skills and learn new techniques. While art is the focal point of the festival, guests can also enjoy various live music performances throughout the event.

Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Photo Now at Tri-C Gallery East 9.8 6–8PM

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve presents Photo Now formerly known as the Western Reserve Open Photography Competition, at Tri-C Gallery East located at 4250 Richmond Rd, Highland Hills, Ohio 44122. The opening reception will take place on Tuesday, September 8th from 6 – 8 p.m. 

Award winners will be announced at the opening reception and visitors will have the opportunity to vote for the Peoples Choice Award at the opening.