September 13, 2012

temporary art display at shaker's horseshoe lake dazzles nighttime hikers

Horseshoe Lake in Shaker Heights is a great place to take a walk and enjoy the bucolic, well-preserved Shaker Lakes. Now this setting has been made even more beautiful by the addition of glowing lanterns that dangle from trees like glimmering fireflies. As part of the Shaker Heights Centennial celebration, artist...

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September 09, 2012

Artist Barry Underwood lighting up the woods at Horseshoe Lake to mark Shaker Heights centennial

Artist Barry Underwood, an assistant professor at the Cleveland Institute of Art, has entranced art viewers in Northeast Ohio for a half dozen years with his nocturnal photographs of light installations in forests or by the edges of lakes. Now you can walk through a real Barry Underwood landscape, and use it...

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August 21, 2012

ODOT, LAND studio select local mural artist

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August 10, 2012


After nine years of fundraising, a transformed park in downtown Cleveland seems to personify the spirit of reinvention that has recently overtaken the city. Perk Park, originally built in 1972, was first conceived by I.M. Pei as a small piece of the 200-acre Urban Renewal District. It was once called Chester Commons...

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August 10, 2012

Cleveland, New York Gain Portable Reading Rooms

The Cleveland Public Library has installed a portable reading room in a trendy downtown district in the hopes that locals who flock to the area to dine and shop will also check out the library’s new open-air book kiosk. Dubbed the BookBox, the custom-designed galvanized metal and reclaimed wood structure, which opened July...

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