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

Thursday, January 29, 2015


Spaces, 2220 Superior Viaduct, Cleveland 216.621.2314  “”The Felt Book, What if This City Was a Mountain?, Cleveland In My Minds Eye.”    Opening Reception 6-9pm.  

1.31 + 2.1
Transformer Station 1460 W.29th Street, Cleveland,   “SHOCKWAVES.”   Open Saturday and Sunday. Meet Kasumi at a reception Sun 2/1 at 5pm. Free admission. Cleveland media artist Kasumi used 25,000 public domain film samples to create a “darkly madcap” exploration of memory and our collective consciousness. Go on a hallucinatory trip into a man’s subconscious mind before his death; it’s a carnival ride of traumatic memories and alternative realities. The film will be shown on loop for two days @ Transformer Station.  (Image Above)
2.3 + 4
Adam Field Workshop Schedule  (Image Above) at Edinboro University of PA
(all events in East Hall unless otherwise noted)
 Tuesday, February 3rd
9 – 11:45 = Adam Field meets privately with students to critique work
noon -1 pm = lunch break
1 – 5 pm = Public Demo in Main Studio
6 – 7:30 pm = pizza party with students at “Uncle Charlie’s”
8:30 - ? = slide lecture / Doucette room 125
Wednesday, February 4th
9 – 11:45 am = lecture/ demo in Main Studio
noon – 1 pm = lunch break
1 – 5 pm = Demo in Main Studio
5 pm = end of workshop  
*This workshop is sponsored by the Clay Club with the generous support of Edinboro University's Student Government Association (SGA). Visitors are welcome at no charge.  If you are traveling long distance to attend this workshop, you may contact Lee Rexrode at ( to make sure we did not incur any unforeseen schedule changes or weather delays. Visitors should obtain a parking pass if parking on campus. A Temporary Parking Permit may be obtained free-of-charge by simply stopping at the University Police Department located at 911 Scotland Road (near 6N) with your driver’s license and vehicle registration card.

Thursday, January 22, 2015


Fawick Gallery, Baldwin-Wallace College 94 E. Bagley Rd., Berea, OH 440.826.2152  “Scape.”  Opening Reception 5-8pm.  New work by Hilary Gent, Eileen Dorsey, Dawn Tekler, Jack St. John and Dott Schneider.
Harris-Stanton Gallery 1370 W. 9th Street, Cleveland  “Moments of Improbable Coincidence:  Works by Mark Soppeleand and La Wilson.”  Opening Reception 6-8:30.
1point618 Gallery 6421 Detroit Ave., Cleveland, 216.281.1618  “Gregory Scott:  In Still Motion.”  Opening Reception 6-8.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

1.15 +16

Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, 1834 E. 123rd St. Cleveland, 216.721.9020 “Pearls of Cleveland.”  Opening Reception 5:30-8pm.  The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve presents the Pearls of Cleveland, memorial show for Archived Artist, Moses Pearl and featuring works from his two artist children, Stuart Pearl and Sharlene Pearl Green.
Sculpture Center, 1834 East 123rd St., Cleveland, 216.229.6527  “Julius Lyles: Black Numinous Delights And R. Eric McMaster: A State of Resistance .”  Opening 5:30-8pm.  6:15 PM The Artist Talks with Julius Lyles in the Euclid Avenue Gallery.  7:00 PM The Artist Talks with Eric McMaster in the Main Gallery
Heights Art Gallery, 2175 Lee Road  Cleveland Hts., 216.371.3457  “Light Show.”  Opening 6-9pm. Organized by founding Heights Arts board member (and NOC Member!) Sharon Grossman, Light Show presents nine contemporary Northeast Ohio artists who work with materials, processes, and visual languages that speak to the theme of light. Works include neon sculpture, photography, glass, furniture and jewelry, as well as the more functional translation: lamps.

Thursday, January 8, 2015


Cleveland Print Room (in Artcraft Building), 2550 Superior Ave, Suite 102, Cleveland, 216.401.5981. “Garmonbozia.”  Opening Reception 5-9PM.  When a photo show is titled Garmonbozia, a word fabricated by director David Lynch in his film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me to refer to the negative energy generated by pain and suffering, you know you’re probably going to see work with an outrĂ© sensibility.  The two photographers, Diana Hlywiak and Steve Syd, who work comprises the show of that name opening at the Cleveland Print Room, share a love for the director known for mysterious, inexplicable and dream-like work.  Both members of the CPR, the two met nearly 25 years ago and began to work on projects together. So even though each is presenting very different work, there should be a sort of internal dialogue functioning between Hlywiak’s large-scale surrealistic digital photos with a retro feel and Syd’s more abstract, experimentally processed work, shot on film and printed on convention printing paper — a technique the Cleveland Print Room is teaching to a new generation.  (Image Above)
LOOP Gallery 2180 W. 11th St., Tremont  “Dan Corrigan:  Omnishambles.”  Opening 6-9pm. Dan Corrigan is a Cleveland born painter. The paintings included in this show are works from different series within the last 7 years. Please join us and cozy up to some wonderful coffee and art at Loop this January.  Show curated by Matthew Gallagher.

Sandusky Cultural Center, 2130 Hayes Avenue at Perkins Sandusky, OH 44870 419.625.1188  “Off the Grid.”  Opening Reception 1-4pm. For OFF THE GRID we have invited a group of artists whose current work is strongly dependent on grids. The public is invited to meet and talk with them at an opening reception in the Gallery on January 11 from 1:00 until 4:00.  Featuring:  Ken Arthur, Marsha Gray Carrington, Rich Cihlar, Justin Delli Bovi, Terry Durst, Matthew Gallagher, Jon Gott, Nina Vivian Huryn,George Kocar, Todd Leech, Benjamin Parker, James Ward Peake, Mark Yasenchack. (Image Above)

Thursday, January 1, 2015


Happy New Year!  2015!

William Busta Gallery, 2731 Prospect Ave., Cleveland 216.298.9071  “Jeffry Chiplis:  New Ideas and Inert Gas, Darius Steward:  Read the Signs, Julie Friedman:  Fertile Ground ( Image Above)”  Opening Reception 5-9pm.