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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

6.14 + 15

Sculpture Center, 1834 East 123rd St., Cleveland, 216.229.6527  “Whitney Huber:  Shift.”  Opening 5-8pm. Performance at 5 and Artists Talks at 5:30 and 8pm.
Brandt Gallery, 1028 Kenilworth, Cleveland, 216.621.1610,  “Peter Seward.” 
 Harris-Stanton Gallery 2301 West Market Street, Akron, 330.867.7600,  “Unveilings:  New Work by Terry Klausman, Kristin Kowalski and Joe Van Kerkhove.”  Opening Reception 5:30-8pm.  
Berea Arts Fest Fundraiser. Want to taste Berea food? Believe me, you do. Enjoy food, drinks, entertainment, music from Cats on Holiday  and much more from Berea’s finest establishments at the What’s Cooking? Garden Party & Food Fest. There will also be emerging artisans & craftsmen displaying their newest creations.  Benefiting Berea’s annual ArtsFest. Each $25 ticket will get you into the event, and will allow you access to see what’s cookin’ for this years festival. Support local artists and your hunger at this years event in Baldwin Wallace’s Strosacker Hall.  For info go to:
Doubting Thomas Gallery, 856 Jefferson St., Tremont  “The Mix.”  Opening 6-10 pm. Artists include Joe Ayala, Chelsie Barile, Justin Brennan, Natalia Dale, Dave Desimone, Joan of Art, Shawn Mishak, Billy Nainiger, Loren Naji, Eric Ortiz, Scott Pickering, John Saile, Dante Rodriguez, Rafael Valdivieso, Sheperd Weita, Meg Wilson and Sandra Duran Wilson.
Clifton Arts Fest.   Featuring NOC’s own Bette Drake.  11am – 7pm. The Clifton Arts & Music Fest is your classic summer fest. A chunk of Clifton Blvd will be closed off for general summer reverie, including live music, kids activities, food, homemade lemonade, a juried art competition and more — all located in Cle’s vibrant Edg ewater/Cudell neighborhood.  
Bayarts Art and Music Festival.  10am. Enjoy a festival that not only brings you local music, but local artisans as well. There will be people coming in from all over the area showcasing their finest collections for purchase at the annual BAYarts Art & Music Festival.  Soak up the summer with a free event, and a good time. Bring your kids, because this event welcomes guests of all ages. There will be a sing-along and many other types of performers at the music venue, so enjoy!

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