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Wednesday, November 5, 2014


Red Space, 2400 Superior Ave. E, Cleveland.  “19”.  Opening 6-9pm. The "19" invitational exhibition will serve as a visual commentary on the quality and richness of contemporary art currently being produced in northeast Ohio.  Participating artists: Tom Bartel, Lissa Bockrath, Jeffry Chiplis, Ron Copeland, Matthew Dibble, Scott Goss, Brandon Juhasz, Mark Keffer, Michael Loderstedt, Doug Meyer, Jason K. Milburn, Dana Oldfather, Jenniffer Omaitz, Edward Raffel, Eric Rippert, Dan Tranberg, Mark Slankard, Grace Summanen, Laila Voss.

Harris-Stanton Gallery 2301 West Market Street, Akron, 330.867.7600,  “Matthew Kolodziej and Andrea Joki:  Flexible Domains.”  Opening 5:30 pm.  Wonderful new work by all three artists.

Waterloo Arts, 15605 Waterloo Rd., Cleveland, 216.692.9500  “Work of Creative Fusion Artist Dale Yudelman.”  Opening 6-9pm.    Also:  Walk All Over Waterloo. As a fall 2014 resident of Creative Fusion, an international artist residency program, Yudelman has been documenting American life through a Cleveland perspective since September. Some of these experiences will be shown at the Waterloo Arts Gallery for Yudelman’s newest project, Knockin’ on Cleveland’s Door, as well as some prints from his South African project, Life Under Democracy.
Heights Art Gallery, 2175 Lee Road  Cleveland Hts., 216.371.3457  “Heights Arts 13th Annual Holiday Store.”   Opening 7-9pm.
Cleveland Institute of Art, 11141 East Blvd, Cleveland, 216.421.7407,  Opening 6-8pm.  
Satellite Gallery 422 East 156th Street, Cleveland.  “Blast Off Opening Weekend.”  Opening 6 pm. Loren Naji is blasting off again with his newest installation taking flight this weekend. Check out the inaugural launch of their Satellite Gallery, which will become the only installation gallery in Cleveland. See work exhibited by “astronots ” Rebekah Wilhelm, June Hund, Scott Pickering, Diane Collins, Scott Evans, Nancy Frazier, Don King, and Joan of Art.  The exhibit is located inside a home in North Collinwood and curated by Capitan Loren Naji and co-polited by Grace Wen. The launch has been long awaited, and the opening party is sure not to be something to miss. Attend the free event, and step into another dimension.
Maria Neil Art Project, 15813 Waterloo Rd. Cleveland,, 216.481.7722  “Shirley Aley Cambell.”  Opening 5 – 10pm.  View The Beauty of Decadence, a showcase of current and selected works by Cleveland award-winning art icon Shirley Aley Campbell, who’s been creating art for 50 years. Campbell is Professor Emerita of Art at the Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA) and Cuyahoga Community College. Her work is showcased in museums and private collections throughout the US.  And, at the same time, view the “random, lewd and beautiful” works of Adam Markanovic, a recent grad of the CIA who creates Expressionist views of mundane stock Internet photography.

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