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June 08, 2018
It’s Friday night, and there’s so much art on the menu. See a group show at BAYarts, do some wine-and-cheesing at 78th Street Studios, and pop in at Praxis Fiber Workshop in Collinwood.
By Karen Sandstrom
Cleveland has always embraced great culture, and CIA is tightly woven into that story. But these days the city seems ever more vibrant. Are we getting more art savvy? When students graduate from CIA, can they stay here to enjoy the famously low cost of living and still launch rewarding careers?
Is the Cleveland art scene just plain hot?
Keen cultural observers say yes, with a caveat or two. And it’s likely to feel warmer still in the coming months. This year, Greater Cleveland will be home to FRONT INTERNATIONAL: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art. Founded by...continue reading
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