When: Fri., Sept. 2 2016
With summer winding down, it’s a perfect evening to Walk All Over Waterloo. September’s first Friday event includes several new exhibitions throughout the neighborhood. Waterloo Arts debuts Without Commercial Interruption, featuring the provocative work of Cleveland-born artists Donald Black Jr., Amber N. Ford and Martinez E-B. The Maria Neil Art Project presents Cleveland photographer Eric Rippert’s Full of Promise in both its main gallery and Native Cleveland Annex space. Praxis Fiber Workshop debuts Divergence, an installation of organic, sculptural forms by Susan McClelland and Clare Murray Adams. Following the reception from 5 to 7 p.m., THE OBLIVION PROJECT will perform at 8 p.m. inside Praxis. Loren Naji’s Satellite Gallery presents a collection of installations curated by Alenka Banco, Executive Director of the Cleveland Arts Prize. Article Gallery debuts ALT POP, a special solo show of more than 15 new, never-before-seen paintings by Rachel Latina, whose studio is located just behind the gallery. There’s plenty more to see throughout the district from 5 to 10 tonight. (Unman) waterlooarts.org.