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Ohio clay community.

Thursday, August 3, 2017


Heights Art Gallery, 2175 Lee Road, Cleveland Hts., 216.371.3457  “I Am Artful.”  Opening 6 -9pm. 

Waterloo Arts, 15605 Waterloo Rd., CLE 216.692.9500  “Walk all over Waterloo.”  5-9pm.  Erin R. Miller will be opening a show of her work at Praxis Fiber Workshop, where she reproduces packing materials as fiber sculptures. And stop in the Space: ROCK Gallery to see All That Glitters, which features photos by four photographers of the Ohio Burlesque Festival.

Morgan Conservatory, 1754 E. 47th Street, CLE 216.361.9255,  “Dual Exhibition of Paper and Book Arts.”  6pm. Morgan Conservatory celebrates the opening of two exhibitions, Below the Surface, an intaglio exhibition, and the Know-how Workshop Instructors Exhibition.

Cleveland Museum of Art, 11150 East Blvd, CLE 216.421.7350,  “CMA’s Mix.” 6-10pm.   The event this month will have a 50s flavor. Get Hep Swing will be teaching the jitterbug, the music will be drawn from the 50s, and there will be 50s-style crafted cocktails available.  Mix tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door, which includes admission to the Alex Katz show.

8.4 + 6
Cleveland Museum of Art, 11150 East Blvd, CLE 216.421.7350,  “Hieronymous Bosch Explored in Film.”  8.4 7:30 pm Screening  8.6  1:30 pm Screening. Dutch painter Hieronymous Bosch lived in the 15th century but his fantastical, macabre work continues to fascinate people today. And although only a handful of his works survive, he influenced many painters in the century that followed.  The 2016 documentary film, The Curious World of Hieronymus Bosch, gives viewers a look at an exhibition called Visions of Genius that took place in his hometown Netherland, which assembled most of his extant work and attracted half a million visitors to the small town of Den Bosch.

Lakewood Arts Festival.  10 am – 6 pm.  Featuring the work of NOC Members Bette Drake, Yumiko Goto, Lauren Herzak-Bauman, Elaine Lamb, Ikuko Miklowski and Mark Yasenchack.


Canton Museum of Art, 1001 Market Ave., N. Canton 330.453.7666.  “Scrimmage: Football in American Art from the Civil War to Present .”  Up Through October 29th.

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