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Art on the Go

Check out all the area's artsy hot spots, with help from Lollly the Trolley.

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This weekend’s Greater Cleveland Art & Gallery Festival is all about hooking up people with all the art happening around the city this weekend. The second-annual event includes plenty of works at the Galleria, but you’ll want to hop on Lolly the Trolley to take full advantage of the fest, says spokeswoman Vicky Poole. “We know how parking can be a difficulty in many areas,” she says. “Here’s a way to make art accessible for everyone.”

Stops include artist hot spots like Tremont, Little Italy, and various downtown venues -- where hundreds of local painters, photographers, and craftsmen will show off their work. There’s even a special tribute to local sculptor Viktor Schreckengost at the Galleria. Poole says there are plenty of bargains to be found around town. “We want people to value art, its energy, and the interaction it offers,” she says. “People aren’t aware there’s art on every corner.”
Sat., Sept. 15, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., Sept. 16, 12-5 p.m.

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