September 2016

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Whether for Contemporary or Old Music, Two Artists Find Cleveland a Great Place to Live and Work

Cleveland provides fertile ground for artists who have grown up or gone to school here and later decided to make the city their home and a place for creating their artistic identities. Just to choose two examples, composer and new music advocate Timothy Beyer, and Baroque oboist Debra Nagy have chosen...more


Monday, September 26, 2016

NO EXIT New Music Ensemble Paints a Picture with New Contemporary Classical Art Music Program

NO EXIT New Music Ensemble Performance Dates Thu 9/29 @ 8PM - CSU Drinko Auditorium Sat 10/1 @ 8PM - SPACES Sat 10/8 @ 8PM - Heights Arts For the better part of the last decade, Cleveland's NO EXIT New Music Ensemble has been pushing the boundaries of contemporary classical art music. Now, NO EXIT returns...more


August 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

Eleven new things to do in Cleveland Through August 31

Find your way to SPACES on the Superior Viaduct for "Hidden Assembly," a group exhibition that the gallery says "addresses our reconfigured labor market by featuring projects that examine what it means to work in current times." Included projects "communicate the uniquely precarious conditions resulting from capitalist values and governmental...more


Thursday, August 04, 2016

FRONT, a citywide art exhibit with global reach, will debut in Cleveland in 2018

CLEVELAND, Ohio – A new local nonprofit exhibition company announced on Thursday the formation of a free, global triennial exhibition of contemporary art in Cleveland designed to plant the city on the world's cultural map, attract visitors and boost the city's economy. Entitled "FRONT International: Cleveland Exhibition for Contemporary Art," the...more


July 2016

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

In Cleveland, Two Artists Picture the Ugly Realities of American Politics

Maybe it's not quite that bad; hell is just some others - many of who stopped in Cleveland this past week for the Republican National Convention. Minuteman artists and brave galleries responded with volleys of comment, or outrage. The politically vital, grassroots-inspired film projects of Kate Sopko, for instance, shown...more


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