Openings, shows, Workshops, job postings, equipment, & anything else that might involve the northern
Ohio clay community.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

2nd Annual May Show at Lakeland C.C.

2nd Annual May Show at Lakeland
May 19 - July 8, 2011

Entry form and details (PDF)

Call to Entry

Marek Cecula lecture April 6 at 7 pm CIA


 Lecture about ceramic design on 
April 7th(Thursday) at 2pm in Ohio bell Aud. In Gund Bldg.

Friday, March 25, 2011

3. 26, 11

Saturday 3.26

“Off the Wall.” Opening Reception 5PM Negative Space Gallery & Studio is all about art for a change. Check ‘em out on Sat 3/26 for Off the Wall, where Negative Space will unveil three new large-scale sculptures, including “The Only Gun Allowed in Schools” project. Free food, wine and music. Also open Sun 3/27 from 12 – 5PM. Negative Space Gallery & Studio – 3820 Superior Ave. – Cle

“Ongoing Fictions.” Opening Reception 3-7pm. Work by Donna Coleman, Lisa Kenion, Michelle Hannon, Kim Schoel and Mindy Tousley. River Gallery,19046 Old Detroit Road, Rocky River 44116 440 331-8406

Monday, March 21, 2011

Special NOC Event!!!!!!! We are getting the band back together!

Carrie Longley Lecture. Friday April 8th, 2011. At Hectic Studio 3619 Walton Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44113 2nd Floor. 5-6 pm Social Hour. 6-7pm Lecture and Q & A. This event is FREE and open to the public, feel free to bring your friends! A selection of Carrie’s work will be on display and for sale.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Friday Add on!

"Crossing." Work by Andrea Joki. Opening reception 5-9 pm, Friday March 18th.

William Busta Gallery, 2731 Prospect Ave., Cleveland 216.298.9071

Thursday, March 17, 2011

3.18 and 19

Friday March 18th Openings

“Six in Studio.” Opening Reception 5-9 pm. CWAL's "Six in Studio" project is designed to give 6 artists the opportunity to create work in a shared studio environment. This is a work-in-progress type show beginning with an open studio on Friday March 18. Come meet our six artists, plus juror Melinda Placko, see samples of their work and plans, and watch the art unfold! Cleveland Chamber Collective will perform at 8pm in the SmArtSpace area right outside our door. Enjoy the art plus a free concert. "6" artists: Daniel Corrigan, Justin Brennan, Dante Rodriguez, Mathew Grady, Sarah Harbottle, Liz Maugans. All of this at CWAL Gallery at 78th Street Studios

“Suzie Frazier Showroom Grand Opening.” Opening Reception 5-9 pm. AT the West 78th Street Studios. 1350 W. 80th Street, first floor.

“Ken Nevadomi: All Over the Place.” Opening Reception 5-8pm.Ken Nevadomi is passionate about painting. This is evident when you view his work and when you learn he teaches painting at Cleveland State University (and has taught there since 1992). View his fun paintings that “sing with impasto, gesture, and narrative” @ the Bonfoey Gallery through Sat 4/23. Bonfoey Gallery, 1710 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, 216.621.0178,

“Intuitive Visions.” Opening Reception 6pm. “brings together the works of prolific and never before seen outsider artists from the Northeast Ohio region.” Discover new creative Clevelanders — learn their stories and take a glimpse into their personal lives and philosophies. “From current politics, spirituality, the ethereal, and the celebration of life and art transform oils, acrylics, stone, house paint, and found materials into strong messages for the rest of us.” Wall Eye Gallery, 5304 Detroit Ave. Cleveland, 216.640.7769,

Saturday March 19th Opening

“The Vinyl Takeover.” Opening reception from 6-9pm.
Designer Toys customized by Northeast Ohio Artists. Artists include Rick Sans, Sergio Andujar II, Tharp, Roberto Andujar, Wil Delgado, Bob Peck, Richard S. Cihlar, Jeff Hulligan, Gary Meacher, Ghola, Andrew Shondrick, Kevin Smalley, Debra L Kozak, Thomas Durdella, Sebastian Wagner and more… Pop Shop/(Art)ificial Gallery, 17020 Madison Ave, Lakewood, 216.227.8440

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Friday 3. 11 and 12

“No Matter How Hard I Yell.” Work by Qian Li. And “Reluctant Redemption.” Work by Daniel McDonald. Opening Reception at 5:30, Friday March 11th. At Sculpture Center, 1834 East 123rd St., Cleveland, 216.229.6527

and Next door at The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve:
“Looking Inward.” Opening Reception 5-8pm. Friday March 11. Looking Inward is an exceptional group exhibition featuring the art of thirty well known Cleveland area artists. In addition to showing work by AAWR’s archived artists, other selectively invited prominent Greater Cleveland artists will display their art. These artists include Anna Arnold, Joseph Cintron, Dexter Davis, Donna Drozda, Marilyn Szalay, Walter Swyrydenko, and Robert Thurmer. For this show, each artist interpreted what “looking inward” means to him or her, as expressed through their art. In each artist’s distinct and unique style, art expresses the outlook of its creator.

“Instant Revival.” Viva la Polaroid! 7 pm. Instant Revival is a “therapeutic jolt of analog development to the affected heart. Featuring original work for the purpose of resuscitation.” IR is an exhibition of Polaroid photos from some of NEO’s best instant photographers: Kelly Knaga, Tim Logan, C.A. Long, Adam Mistzal, Taylor Mikal, Daiv Whaley, Joseph Minek, and Megan Drmota. Experience the beauty of old fashioned instant photography. Digital photography never looked so bland. Aperature, 2541 Scranton Ave, Tremont.

“Art and Ale.” 6-9 pm. Sip on the finest brews from Ohio brewmakers while gazing at Akron Art Museum’s world-renown collection of artwork on Fri 3/11. Food tastings, homemade beer making demos & more. Akron Museum of Art, 1 S. High Street. Akron, 330.376.9185,

“Dovecote’s Ides of March Art Party.” 6-10:30 pm. 3rd Floor Lake Erie Building, part of the Screw Factory Studios, 13000 Athens Ave. Lakewood, Oh 44107

Tremont Artwalk Friday! From 6-10 pm.

“4U Print Exhibition and Open Portfolio 1-3:30 pm Saturday March 12th. Zygote Press, 1410 East 30th St., Cleveland 216.621.2900

Thursday, March 3, 2011

1Hundred Impossible Clevelanders

1Hundred Impossible Clevelanders
In a celebration of analog & instant photography, local photographer Timothy Logan snapped 100 pictured of 100 Clevelanders in one night on an original Polaroid SX-70. The result is a beautiful array of photos paying homage to Clevelanders as well as to old fashioned (not digital) photography. View his work, The 1Hundred Impossible Portrait Project, at Aperture Gallery and online. Browse the 100 photos, read bios, check out the video and even buy the book.