EVENTS


Friday, October 8, 2021

Save The Date: Friday, October 8, 2021 for the FREE, Public Opening of Grand Prototypes, Humble Tools on view Friday October 8, 2021–Sunday, January 2, 2022. How can the everyday processes of art making be transformative for artists and their communities?  To explore this question, the first exhibition of FRONT 2022, Grand Prototypes, Humble Tools, will embrace a uniquely transparent and iterative curatorial approach: existing artworks will be exhibited alongside projects still in development for next summer, and the […]


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Online, July 7, 2021, 6–7pm EDT

Register Here! Join artists Johnny Coleman (Oberlin, Ohio), Antwoine Washington (Cleveland, Ohio), Kambui Olujimi (New York, New York), and curator Nadiah Rivera Fellah on a virtual walk-through of the CMA exhibition New Histories, New Futures. Together, they discuss how contemporary artists both engage with concepts of the past, present, and future and create artworks to revise history, combat stereotypes, and give image to new political possibilities. This program is organized in tandem with the CMA exhibition New Histories, New Futures, […]


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VIRTUAL, Sunday, April 18, 2021

By Joan Rusek, special to cleveland.com CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio — Fairmount Center for the Arts will host Fred Bidwell in an online program from 3 to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 18, as part of its speaker series, “Pull Back the Curtain.” Bidwell will discuss how to make creativity pervasive in the community. A former marketing entrepreneur, Bidwell and his wife, Laura, formed a foundation that opened Transformer Station in 2013. It is a contemporary exhibition space on Cleveland’s west side. […]


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Watch the Recording from 11/14/2020!

If you missed the live virtual event on Saturday, November 14th, 2020 you can watch the recording below: Video © Nina Katchadourian Nina Katchadourian’s Monument to the Unelected is a set of lawn signs created by the artist featuring the names of every major-party candidate who ran for President of the United States and lost. The piece has been exhibited during every presidential election cycle since 2008—both on public sites as well as in museums and galleries— and always spans […]


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