78th Street Studios, 1300 West 78th Street, CLE “Third Friday.” Open 5-9pm. Something new to check out: Tregoning & Co. is opening a new show of work by northeast Ohio artists George Kozmon and Richard Vaux, titled Summits & Light, featuring dramatic landscape drawings. Come meet the artists from 5-9pm. Also be sure to check out Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery’s Seasonal Selections, featuring work with an autumnal vibe. It’s the last chance to see Nikki Woods’ recent paintings and ceramics works at the HEDGE Gallery and the movie posters show at E11even2 gallery which features local artists’ takes on cult films. And it’s the final night of the Acting Out! Art show at the Derek Hess Gallery, which was put together as part of his Acting Out1 event early last month which addressed mental health and addiction through the arts. The show features work by more than 30 artists dealing with mental health issues or addiction.
It is also a chance to see NOC’s own Judith Salomon’s “Beyond Function” Show at Art NEO.
Scott Goss Studio 4408 Perkins Ave., CLE “Studio Open House.” 12-6pm. Please join me at my studio to see the many new pieces I have been producing. I'll also have examples on hand that outline the process I follow to create each piece, and in addition to my glass work, I will have a new series of prints available for purchase. All works created between 2008-14 will be marked at 10-40% off. Drinks and light snacks will be provided.
Negative Space, 3820 Superior Ave., 2nd Floor, CLE “Cleveland Art and Reggae Fest.” 8-11:30PM Featuring a whole bunch of area reggae artists including Jah Messenger, Sunshade, Marley Banton, JR Blessington (pictured), Papa Gary, Milton Blake and Wilpow Wilpower. It’s BYOB and admission is $8.
Allen Memorial Art Building, 87 North Main Street, Oberlin “Megan O’Connell-Artists Talk.” 7 pm. Talk about how old-fashioned papermaking and letterpress printing have persevered as an art form. (Image Above)
Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, 1834 E. 123rd St., CLE 216.721.9020 www.artistsarchives.org “Targeted Internet Marketing for the Fine Artist.” 6 - 7:30pm. As part of the 2017 ART BITES- Professional Practices series of programing, the AAWR will present a lecture with Augusto C. Bordelois. Topics will include social media marketing, tailoring the digital presentation of work to secure gallery representation and general marketing advice. Targeted Internet Marketing is FREE and open to the public, however, you must call 216.721.9020 to reserve a spot.