In the Mix

This week’s collection of random closeups seen around Cleveland:

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An Eye For Detail: Things to Do in Cleveland

Might these windows look familiar? Think Euclid Avenue.   These are the windows, and the front door below, of the New Life Cathedral (formerly called First United Presbyterian Church) at 16200 Euclid Avenue in East Cleveland. The church was founded in August of 1807; the present structure’s cornerstone was laid on August 27, 1893. It…

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CAN Journal is here!

CAN Journal is here! Congratulations to Liz Maugans and Michael Gill on the publication of the next (beautiful) issue of the CAN Journal! As the cofounders of the Collective Arts Network, CAN, they have quickly moved the original premise of publishing a yearly publication to a quarterly one. The Collective Arts Network, a non-profit organization…

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Art in the Garden

Alright Cleveland Bloggers – show us what you’ve got! Design Culture CLE loves to cover art & design and that includes in the garden. Whether that means searching through Cleveland blogs or taking in submissions, we love showcasing all of the great artistic things that can happen in the garden. Here is our contribution to…

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Sculptures in Silk & Paper – An Art Gallery in Cleveland, Ohio Unlike Anything Else

A rare and mostly unknown gem in Cleveland sits on E. 47th Street, off of Commerce near E. 55th St. The Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory is one of just a few centers in the U.S. devoted to the art of papermaking and the art of the book. This unique art gallery in Cleveland offers…

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