Weekend What: Walk All Over Waterloo!
Join us Friday, October 7th from 5-10 pm!
Coming off of September's stellar "ALT POP" show (work by Rachel Latina), we now have a trio of artists to watch out for. Louis Ross, Craig Main, and Steven Lewis are on deck showcasing their talents with Article's latest show.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/artincle/
Waterloo 7 Stuido and Gallery:
Jerry Schmidt is open for 'Walk All Over Waterloo' and will be offering a preview of his upcoming show in November! His metal sculptures are morphing into something new and quite exciting.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/metalsculptor2
Praxis Fiber Workshop:
Circadian Rhythms – An Evening of Sound and Light
Enjoy a night of Electronic and Experimental Music set to live oil projections. Musical Performances by:
Jeremy Bible, Istvan Medgyesi, Baat, and Vengeance Space Quartet
More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/143246486122761/
Beachland Ballroom & Tavern:
Tavern – Aqueous/After Funk 9:00p (8:00p door) $10 ADV/$12 DOS
Tearing out of Buffalo NY, rock/groove powerhouse Aqueous has built a name for themselves nationally, following years of touring and high profile sets at festivals like Summer Camp, Peach Festival, Moe.Down, Catskill Chill, The Frendly Gathering, and countless others.
More info: http://www.beachlandballroom.com/events/aqueous-cleveland-2016-10-07
Ballroom - The Mega 80’s 9:30p (8:30p door) $16 ADV/$18 DOS
The Mega 80's sprung onto the Detroit music scene and have not looked back. Their mix of accurately replicated sounds of the 80's era, their expansive play list and retro style has made them a dominating force in Detroit entertainment.
More info: http://www.beachlandballroom.com/events/the-mega-80-s-cleveland-2016-10-07
“Espectral Remnants” continues to astound! Five artists display what it means to wrestle with time and memory. What *space* does space actually inhabit? Do pieces of the past influence our present?
Curated by Alenka Banco, see the thought provoking work of these five artists: Graham Beck, Kirsten Lee Houck, Erin Jesson, Diane Fleisch Hughes, and Rob Rosin.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/Satellite-Gallery-531592213588570/?fref=ts
Maria Neil Art Project:
By popular demand – the “Blanket Fort” installation is being held through until the end of the exhibition! Stop in to the Annex at Native Cleveland and explore what everyone is buzzing about. The Main Gallery show of Eric Rippert’s work, “Full of Promise”, is in its final weeks.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1583843871916757/
Continuing exhibit - Darcy Martinez
This ‘New Space Age’ exhibit will transport the viewer in a dream-like state to another world. Martinez’ watercolor, acrylic, and ink comic book style miniature artworks will engage and captivate! Her work will be on view through October.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/WaterlooPhoneGallery/?fref=ts
“Without Commercial Interruption” continues! We face tough questions of racial inequality in our country. These questions are central to the work in Without Commercial Interruption, which is titled from a line in Gil Scott-Heron’s iconic song. For artists, Donald Black Jr, Amber N. Ford and Martinez E-B, their interest in race did not arise from increased media coverage; it is intimately tied with their experience as black individuals growing up in Cleveland.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/846247898845136/
Dru Christine Fabrics and Design:
OPEN extended hours during Walk All Over Waterloo, until 9pm