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Bay Arts Rings in Spring with Two Exhibitions, “Time Travel” and “Uncovered Stories”

It has been a year since teacher and artist David King was to exhibit his “Time Travel” exhibition in the Sullivan Family Gallery at...

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'Funny Bus,' a Sight-Seeing Tour Led By Comedians, Launching in Cleveland

If you've ever wondered why you can't combine a sight-seeing tour of Cleveland with a night of standup comedy (surely someone out there has...

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Cleveland Orchestra Returns to Blossom for Summer Shows With Live Audiences

The Cleveland Orchestra returns to its summertime home at Blossom this year with 11 concerts that will welcome live audiences. That, only in the...

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Tickets on Sale Friday for Popular 'Immersive Van Gogh' Exhibit Coming to Cleveland

Update: Pre-sale tickets are live now (Code- "CLE21VINCENT") and the public sale for the Immersive Van Gogh exhibit in Cleveland begins Friday. The venue has not...

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The Artist Bridge Coalition Strives for Community Change in Cleveland and a Role for Artists in the Region's Leading Institutions

The Artist Bridge Coalition (ABC) is relatively new artist-driven coalition that advocates for community change in Cleveland, organizing monthly in order to discuss, debate,...

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Here Are the Winners of the 86th Annual Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards

The winners of the 2021 Anisfield-Wolf book awards, which are based in Cleveland and are the only literature prize specifically given for works that...

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Local Artist Edward A. Raffel Executes Exhilarating Conceptual Works at the New Tinnerman Lofts

Born in Chicago but raised in Akron, prolific artist Edward A. Raffel was commissioned to conceptualize a significant amount of artwork in the common area...

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Small Business Administration to Open Grant Applications to Dole Out Economic Relief for 'Shuttered' Music Venues, Theaters, Museums

The Small Business Administration is opening up a new way for owners of "shuttered" music venues to apply for much-needed grant relief in early...

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Wood & Green Black Art Haus Partners With NyceCo Prints for Debut Exhibition ‘Inspired By: Jean Michel Basquiat’

Fourteen Black and brown artists inspired by 1980s graffiti and the neo-expressionist movement have their work featured in the first exhibition from Wood &...

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Kent State Grad Launches New Instagram Live Series, 'Different Folks, Different Strokes'

A graduate of Kent State University who has a BA in Communication Studies with a focus on Public Communication, Katherine Wilkes has worked as...

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Playhouse Square Announces First Live Shows Since Start of Pandemic

The lights are going back on at Playhouse Square. After a year with no live stage action in Cleveland's venerable theater district, the curtains...

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HEDGE Gallery Celebrates Annual Printmaking Spotlight This Week

HEDGE Gallery, located in 78th Street Studios, is expanding its annual printmaking spotlight to include photography with a two-woman exhibition entitled “Evidence of Existence”...

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78th Street Studios Hosts “A Celebration of Women in the Arts at 78th Street Studios” This Weekend

Friday March 12th and Saturday March 13th 78th Street Studios will celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day this Friday and Saturday with...

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New Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick Exhibit Demonstrates How Art Can Heal

Stephen Romano has curated several exhibits for Cleveland's Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick. He was the man behind the following exhibits: the wildly...

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Behold This Cleveland Bollard Art

Captured by ace WEWS overnight news photographer Mike Vielhaber, this ingenious rogue bollard art can be seen at the corner of East 30th and Prospect....

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13 Cleveland Arts Organizations Receive NEA Grants

Almost 30 Ohio arts organizations — including 13 in Cleveland — have received federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts’ Grants for...

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Pandemic Hasn't Slowed Egyptian Comedian Bassem Youssef, Who Performs This Week at the Funny Stop

Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef hasn’t let the pandemic get in the way of his standup tour. Just this year, he’s played gigs in New...

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Socially Distanced Dyngus Day To Take Place on April 5

The 11th annual Dyngus Day celebration will go on this year, but it won't be the massive shoulder-to-shoulder celebration that it typically is. On...

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Lakeland Community College Launches “Women’s History Month 2021: A Visual Journey Through Northeast Ohio” Featuring More Than 200 Artists

The month of March welcomes “Celebrate Women’s History Month: A Visual Journey through Northeast Ohio" from Lakeland Community College. One hundred studios and more...

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Lake Erie Ink’s 9th Annual Kids’ Comic Con To Take Place Virtually

Slated to take place virtually on March 19 and 20, Lake Erie Ink’s 9th Kids’ Comic Con will feature workshops, panels, and conversations with...

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Read Poems From the Cleveland Poets Featured in This Week's Cover Story

Before or after you dig into this week's cover story on a young, politically engaged group of Cleveland poets who are building community through...

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