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Ohio clay community.

Thursday, June 7, 2012


Tremont Artwalk, Tremont.

“Materiality_  Mikula, Sinbondit and Yusko.”  Opening Reception 6-9pm. Heights Art Gallery, 2163 Lee Road #104 Cleveland Hts., 216.371.3457
“Internal Combustion: A Glimpse of Cleveland Motorcycle Culture.”  Opening Reception 7pm. As if you didn’t know, Cle has a diverse underground motorcycle industry and culture. Limited time — the show runs through Sat 6/9. 1point618 Gallery 6421 Detroit Ave., Cleveland, 216.281.1618
“Stirring Waters/Between Two Bodies.”  Opening Reception 5:30-8pm.  Sculpture Center, 1834 East 123rd St., Cleveland, 216.229.6527
“Susan Umbenhour.”  Opening Reception 5-9pm.  William Busta Gallery, 2731 Prospect Ave., Cleveland 216.298.9071
“The First Earth Show-Part 3.”  Opening Reception 5-7pm.  Ursuline College, 2550 Lander Road, Pepper Pike. 
“Parade the Circle and Circle Village – 23 Years Strong!” 11am – 4pm.  Parade the Circle is one of Cleveland’s best events. No, really, we mean that.  For 23 years, Parade the Circle has dazzled adults and kids alike with a grassroots, lo-tech parade that’s creative to the max and filled with colorful floats, puppets, costumes, dancers and musicians.  Parade starts at noon and winds through Wade Oval. This year’s theme is Branches Become Roots / Cycles: Coming Back/Going Forward. Stay after the parade for plenty of hands-on activities in Circle Village. And, take a shuttle to the other side of town for Discover Gordon Square Arts District Day
“An East Cleveland Walking Tour of Industry, Art & Architecture.” noon – 2pm.  Euclid Avenue is teeming with spectacular (and forgotten) places. Uncover some of these historic gems on an East Cleveland Walking Tour of Industry, Art & Architecture led by Cleveland Area History founding editor Christopher Busta-Peck.
“Weapons of Mass Creation Fest.” For years there has been talk about bringing a music festival to Northeast Ohio. Now such a notion is slowly taking hold in the grassroots Weapons of Mass Creation Festival (WMC Fest), which enters its third year Fri 6/8 – Sun 6/10 in the Gordon Square Arts District in Cleveland. However, music is just one component, and a smaller one at that.  The WMC Fest, the creation of Go Media co-owner Jeff Finley, is billed as the premier art, design and music event of the Midwest with 20 speakers, 20 designers and nearly 30 bands enlightening the anticipated 1,000 or so attendees. Basically, the unique event brings together entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, students and fans to become inspired, to collaborate, network and celebrate the Rock Hall City.  Gordon Square Detroit and West 65th Street.
6. 9-10  
Discover the 29th annual ART BY THE FALLS, presented by the VALLEY ART CENTER (VAC), on Saturday, June 9 (10am-7pm) and Sunday, June 10 (11am-5pm.) This free, two-day, juried fine arts and contemporary crafts festival is held in Riverside Park in the heart of charming Chagrin Falls.  Over 100 artists from around the country will present varied artwork ranging from paintings, drawings, photography and sculpture
to textiles, jewelry, weaving and ceramics........including Yumiko Goto, Bonnie Gordon, and Lynne Lofton.  (Image Above)

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