June 28, 2010
What happens when the Cleveland Museum of Art stages a public art extravaganza and nobody sees it?
Philosophers of art may want to ponder a display of giant balloons created for the June 19 Summer Solstice party at the art museum by New York artist and designer Mark Reigelman II, a 2006 graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art.
First it was there, then it wasn't, and...
Author: Steven Litt
June 24, 2010
CLEVELAND -- It's a piece of art that's really changing the landscape in the Slavic Village neighborhood. You can see it from I-77 or even from a nearby bike trail. It's the work of local artist Jake Beckman.
Here in Slavic Village, the seeds of an idea have grown into a public display of beauty and creativity.
WKYC Photojournalist Carl Bachtel brings us an up-close-and-personal look at...
June 11, 2010
CLEVELAND -- Move over Polish Boys with kraut, and hot dogs with stadium mustard. Street vendors in downtown Cleveland may soon supplement such standard fare with sushi, dim sum, and vegetarian selections.
The concept was introduced Thursday evening at a special event in the Market Square District of Ohio City, where several prospective sidewalk vendors unveiled their upgraded, eclectic menus.
Among those local entrepreneurs who hope to...
January 01, 2010
Bored with Twitter already? You just aren’t using it the right way. Here are seven feeds with ties to our city you should check out.
June 23, 2009
Innovation makes winners of public artworks
Western states including California, Washington and Arizona did well this year in the Americans for the Arts ninth annual Public Art Year in Review selection of the best and most innovative public artworks in the United States - but Cleveland, Ohio, will be happy to find that it made the list, too.
From 300 entries, independent public-art experts Janet Echelman...
Author: Carolyn Jack, Co-Director, Geniocity.com