Art Exhibits

Walk All Over Waterloo

When: Fri., April 7 2017

April’s first Friday Walk All Over Waterloo event features several new and continuing exhibitions. Waterloo Hosts an exhibition of artist books created from recycled materials by artists in Cleveland and Cuba. The exhibition is organized by Ediciones Vigia editor Laura Ruiz Montes, who is in Cleveland as part of the Cleveland Foundation’s Creative Fusion program. Hosted by CAN Journal this spring, Montes’ residency will be spent interviewing Latino artists in Cleveland, and her writings will appear on CAN’s blog and in future issues. From San Juan to the Cuyahoga: Artist Books from Ediciones Vigia (Cuba) opens with a reception from 5 to 9 p.m. today during April’s Walk All Over Waterloo, and remains on view through May 19. Meanwhile, Satellite Gallery, a former home converted into a venue for experimental installation art, debuts its latest round of art installations, Natural Environments: Serene, Wild & Growing. Curated by CIA alum Carmen Romaine, Natural Environments includes site-specific installations by nine local artists. Continuing exhibitions include Paul Sydorenko’s 366 Days of Skulls at Maria Neil Art Project. The exhibition collects a year-long daily drawing project. Each week, the artists switched media, but maintained the same subject matter throughout the process. Shots in the Dark, a new exhibit of photographer Kevin McCann's work, opens at Space: ROCK Gallery with party that takes place from 5 to 10 p.m. Also continuing this month, Centrifugal at Praxis Fiber Workshop showcases hand and jacquard weaving, quilt and fabric installation, painted soft sculptures and video by four artists from outside Northeast Ohio. The artists are united by their mutual explorations of centrifugal force. Admission is free. (Usmani)


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