Friday, April 9th, 2010
I haven’t actually been to this Spaces Gallery event, but I’ve heard about it for many many years, and this time…it’s time to check it out!
This is how Spaces is promoting the party, and I couldn’t have put it any better…I love their writer, whomever it is?
“Looking to add to your art collection without breaking the bank? How about fulfilling your undying urge to accessorize? Or maybe you just want to party whilst being surrounded by beautiful things. Aside from attending one of the coolest annual parties in town, you can take home fresh art on the spot while supporting your favorite artist and art space. Profits from this event benefit the participating artists and SPACES. Can you think of a better way to support a cause while having fun shopping?”
“Over one hundred regional artists (all members supporting SPACES’ mission) will exhibit and sell paintings, photography, drawings, prints, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, handbags, textiles, videos, and much more. Meet and mingle with over 500 of your closest friends on opening night as you enjoy art for all different tastes, music, and food from your favorite neighborhood restaurants.”
Hope to see everyone there!!! Admission is $5 for guests at the door, Free for members.
Friday, March 12th, 2010
Celebrate Spring. Celebrate Love. Celebrate Engagements, Showers and Weddings.
This Friday, celebrate the unveiling of the new Grey Cardigan “Something Borrowed, Something Grey” print collection by artist Brian Jasinski. His work is refreshing, youthful and sassy with a sense of humor twist.
Anyone getting married in your life? These pieces would make a delightful gift for any of the many wedding infused occasions. No standard Bed Bath & Beyond Prints for the newlyweds pad…only the best will do. :)
See you there!
Friday, November 6th, 2009
One gallery, three exhibits, five outstanding panelists adds up to a Blockbuster Night at The Cleveland Institute of Art. Be one of the first to see national and international exhibits and hear from an international panel on the forces that drive modern design.
All exhibits are free and open to the public and will be held in CIA’s Gund Building. For more information check this out.
What to do this week? No fear, I’m here with a list of fun suggestions!
C : Capitol Theatre – More Than a Game…Monday night $5 movie, $1 drink, $1 candy!
L : In honor of Cleveland Beer Week, swing by Lilly’s Chocolate for a beer & chocolate pairing.
E : Explore the new Gauguin exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
V : Vintage finds, deals & steals at the Cleveland Auction House, fine art & antique auction 10/25
E : Edgewater Park on the Shoreway is peaceful on a sunny fall afternoon…go beach glass picking!
L : An evening of dessert at L’Albatros…french press & frozen grand marnier souffle, yumm…
A : Animals come to town with the Ringling Bros Circus!
N : Nature drawing, Join Gail Felix for an evening of field sketching in nature. 10/19
D : A fall drive out east to view the fall hues that nature has painted across our Ohio trees!
Friday, May 8th, 2009
If you are a fan of shoes like I am (total addict) then Shoes, Shoes, Shoes: Footwear Fashions Past & Present hosted by Cleveland Public Library, Social Sciences Department will be a reason enough to call in sick this Friday!
The documentary of Head Over Heels will be presented as well as an exhibit on the history of shoes. Come in and see what fashion and costume resources are available at the library. The exhibit will be on display throughout May.
10:00 am Cleveland Public Library, Louis Stokes Wing, 5th floor, 525 Superior Ave. Cleveland. www.cpl.org