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

Friday, May 27, 2011

5.28 and 5.29

5.28 and 5.29

“LIVE ART: Music & Arts Festival.” Sat 5/28 – Sun 5/29 @ 12 – 10PM Say “yo wat up” to the biggest, newest summer festival to hit Cleveland this year. Of course we’re talking about LIVE ART: Music and Arts Festival presented by ctownartparty. Head over to a revamped meat packaging plant in Ohio City for two days of pure artsy goodness featuring a slew of local artists, crafters, vendors, non-profits, filmmakers, food truck, musicians, fire eaters, DJs and entertainers. This fest is new and it’s hotHOThot! The Hildebrandt Building – 3700 Clark Ave. – Cle

Friday, May 20, 2011

5.20 and 5.21

Cleveland's Art Scene is on Fire But There Aren't Any More Firefighters Left to Put It Out!!!


“2nd Annual May Show.” Opening reception from 7-9 pm. At Lakeland Community College 7700 Clocktower Drive, Kirtland, OH 44094, 440.525.7029

“50/50 Show.” Opening Reception 5-9pm/ Artspace 1305 West 78th St.

“Eternal Vibrations.” Opening Reception 5-9pm. Kokoon Arts Gallery 1305 W. 80th St., Cleveland

“New Works.” Opening Reception 5-11pm. Legation 1300 West 78th St., Cleveland, 216.650.4201

“Presence.” Group Show, Opening Reception from 5-7pm. Cleveland State University Art Gallery, 2307 Chester Ave., Cleveland, 216.687.2103,

“Tamar Harpaz' American Night.” Opening Reception Friday, May 20, 2011, 6:00PM - 8:00PM Opening celebration for Tamar Harpaz' American Night.

Help us celebrate Tamar's exhibition and the end of her residency!

 Spaces, 2220 Superior Viaduct, Cleveland 216.621.2314

“On the Wall/Off the Wall.” Opening Reception 5-8 pm. O Gallery 2101 Richmond Road, Beachwood 330.921.1234


“Silk Painting Demonstration with Susan Skove.” Saturday May 21st from 1-3:30. Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, 1834 E. 123rd St. Cleveland

Memorable Art Sale before the kick off of the Memorial Day summer shows Saturday May 21st Noon – 6 (or by appointment but the guest artist’s won’t be there)Guest’s include Maryann Posch and John Gulyas Deborah Woolfork, Kathy Patton and Theresa Yondo. Studio in Novelty, 13796 Chillicothe Road Novelty Ohio 44072 (440-338-6219) AND Classes!!! Next 6 week round of clay classes start the week of June 1st Monday or Tuesday evening $150.00 + 5.00 brush fee or bring your own. Theresa Yondo 13796 Chillicothe Rd. Novelty, Ohio 44072 440.338.6219

NCECA Biennale photos link

Saturday, May 14, 2011

5.13 and 5.14

Friday 5.13

“Farmed: The New Agronomists.” Opening Reception from 6-9pm. SPACES’ upcoming exhibition, Farmed: the New Agronomists, is a marriage of the science and technology of Cleveland’s local agronomists, and art. Spaces, 2220 Superior Viaduct, Cleveland 216.621.2314

“Catch a Glimpse: Photos by David Szekeres.” Opening Reception from 6-10. Music provided by DJ Cornflake. Show runs through the first week of June. Doubting Thomas Gallery, 856 Jefferson Ave., Tremont

“AAWR’s Annual May Members show and sale.” Opening Reception 7-9 pm. The show will exhibit the breadth and scope of talent among AAWR artist members. The AAWR has attracted many of Ohio’s most distinguished artists and art educators to its growing roster of members. As a result, the AAWR's Annual May Members Show is fast becoming known as one of Cleveland’s best high-profile exhibitions. Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, 1834 E. 123rd St. Cleveland

Saturday 5.14

“Cleveland Craft Coalition Art and Craft Bazaar.” Reception From 1-5pm. Bella Dubby, 13321 Madison Ave., Lakewood


"About The Right of Being Different: The Art of Diversity and Inclusion at Progressive." Reinforcing the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage's ongoing themes of diversity and tolerance, Progressive put together the groundbreaking exhibition, the first time this art has ever been seen outside the corporate walls. You can do a self-guided tour, jump on a group tour, but do it soon. The exhibit closes Sun 6/26. The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, 2929 Richmond Road, Beachwood, 216.593.0575,

Friday, May 6, 2011

May 6th and 7th

May 6th and 7th

Drawn & Quartered Part III Draw Off! Opening reception of participating artists on Fri 5/6 . @ 6PM Competition begins at 7PM on Sat 5/7.Figure drawing as spectator sport? Oh, yes! Drawn and Quartered, now in its third year, pits established figure drawing groups against each other in a fight to create the best drawings. They’ll rush to capture the magic of an honest drawing as they sketch models from MorrisonDance. Professional artists and the audience will vote on best individual and team drawings. Finished artwork will be available for purchase after event. Who’s competing? The Murray Hill Drawing Group, Dr. Sketchy Cleveland, Pretentious Tremont Artists of the Literary Care, and N.O.I.S. (The Northern Ohio Illustrators Society). Wall Eye Gallery, 5304 Detroit Ave. Cleveland 216.640.7769,

“– CleSacrebleu! It’s Dibble & Depew” Opening Fri 5/6 @ 5:30 – 8:30PM View new works by artists Dana L. Depew and Matthew Dibble in Sacrebleu!, an exhibit curated by Randall Tiedman and Loren Naji @ Loren Naji Studio Gallery. Opening reception is on Fri 5/6 from 5:30 – 8:30PM. Be sure to stick around for the after-party w/ EXO 4 Band. Check it out. Loren Naji Studio Gallery – 2138 W/ 25th St. – Cle

“3 Artists: One Exquisite Wall” @ Zygote Opening Fri 5/6 @ 6PM 3 Artists: One Exquisite Wall is an exhibition exploring the “unknown, unpredictable and probable changes that occur when artists with different, distinct styles work together.” It’s an experimental collaboration featuring Melissa Daubert, Melinda Placko and Corrie Slawson. Runs through Sat 6/11. Zygote Press – 1410 E. 30th St. – Cle

Sat 5/7 @ 6PM

Two exhibits to intrigue you: “Degrees of Separation” — Can you believe the Pop Shop Gallery, that outpost for innovative art in Lakewood, is turning 6? For real. And, of course, there’s a show to celebrate. Twenty+ artists, many that started from the beginning, will be on hand with their works to showcase this event. See how many degrees of juxtaposition you are from the Pop Shop!

And, in (art)ificial gallery… “Connect the Dots” — “A ‘rad’ exhibit inspired by pop art, 80’s and 90’s pop culture, and all the fun us children of the X and Y generations remember as our youth. Featured artists are R!ch Cihlar, Jeff Hulligan, and Joss Parker.” Adult after-party at Mullens at 9PM. The Pop Shop / (art)ificial gallery – 17020 Madison Ave. – Lakewood

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Extruder Needed!!

Grad Student at Kent State University is in need of an extruder!!

Brian needs this for his thesis at Kent!
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