Posts Tagged ‘art’

All Washed Up driftwood art contest

Main Street Vermilion will host its first driftwood art contest, All Washed Up.  Start looking for your driftwood pieces at the beach now, so you can make sculptures, furniture, wall art and more. Entry is free! Work in a team, or on your own. The pieces will be on display at Friendship Park, judged and…

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Lakeside Wooden Boat Show and Plein Air Art Show

Lakeside’s waterfront transforms into an outdoor showroom of wooden boats as cruisers line the dock and the Hotel Lakeside lawn at the Lakeside Wooden Boat Show. This classic display pairs with the Lakeside Plein Air Art Festival, a three-day event creating one of the most unique weekends that the Chautauqua season has to offer. Share:

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Celebrate Cuyahoga River renaissance with Cleveland Fusion: Waterways to Waterways

The Cleveland Foundation is celebrating 50 years of progress since the Cuyahoga River fire with Cleveland Fusion: Waterways to Waterways. The foundation is working with the Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland Print Room, Kent State University Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, LAND Stuido, Praxis Fiber Workshop and Global PechaKucha Night this year, for projects and events…

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Chalk It Up Vermilion

Main Street Vermilion partners with Ritter Public Library to celebrate their Centennial Anniversary at the third annual Chalk It Up. Starting at noon, watch as the roads and walks along Main Street begin filling up with bright chalk drawings created by local artistic talent. Enjoy some family and kid-friendly interactive opportunities, too as you watch…

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Plein Air Festival and Wooden Boat Show

More than 30 plein air artists across the Midwest will arrive in Lakeside Chautauqua to paint outdoor landscapes July 20-22. Sunday ends the festival with the Lakeside Wooden Boat Show.  Children are invited to paint south of the Pavilion from 1-3:30 p.m. Sunday for $1. Proceeds support the C. Kirk Rhein, Jr. Center for the…

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Water stars in CAN Triennial artwork

Lake Erie matters in the terroir of Cleveland. The French word refers to wine, the natural environment grapes grow in, including soil, geography and climate. Michael Gill, the executive director of Cleveland’s Collective Arts Network (CAN), thinks the word also makes sense for artists. Which is why water emerged as a theme in the first-ever…

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Taste on the Lake

Cleveland Metroparks will showcase local food, beverages, arts, and music with the first-ever Taste on the Lake at Edgewater Park. For $20, you get one beverage ticket and one food ticket, to taste samples from restaurants, including Bloom Bakery, Market Garden, Merwin’s Wharf, Toast and Tremont Taphouse. Additional samples will be $3 to $5. About…

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10th Annual Beach Glass Festival

At the 10th Annual Beach Glass Festival, nearly 100 vendors and artisans take to the streets of the Historic Ashtabula Harbor to offer their collections of Beach Glass, jewelry, artwork, handbags, and clothing. Experience a great selection of restaurants and boutique shops along the waterfront with views of the active Bascule Lift Bridge every half…

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BAYarts Art & Music Festival

Enjoy more than 75 vendors of various mediums, concessions and live music, all across the road from Huntington Beach, part of the Cleveland Metroparks. The event will be held rain or shine. Share:

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