Photographer Amber Ford, a graduate of Cleveland Institute of Art, will have photos on display at the Hartzmark Center at The Temple-Tifereth Israel through December.
Scott Sill’s photography exhibit showcasing his journey through Asia, “When You Travel You Are Never Lost,” will be on display through Sept. 5 at the Mandel Jewish Community Center in Beachwood.
After two years in the making, the Shaker Community Gallery officially opened its doors April 22 with “Balancing Work, Family and Creativity: Mother Artists.”
The Jewish Arts and Culture Lab’s spring show, “Outside Inside: Exploring Boundaries,” is the first official show under its new leadership, Lisa Yanofsky and Alanna Cooper.
The Temple-Tifereth Israel will host “The Inspiration of the Lamed Vav: Art-Medicine-Creativity” at 1 p.m. April 2 in the Jack and Lilyan Mandel Building, 26000 Shaker Blvd. in Beachwood.
Art has long been an instrument of social change. In the hands of capable creators, it exposes injustices, inspires action, provides a platform for those without one and interprets what’s happening in the world around us.
“Remembering Anne Frank: A Selection From the Holocaust Wall Hangings” will surround – and surely absorb – visitors to “I Remember,” a commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the publication of Anne Frank’s diary, at 2 p.m. Feb. 12 at the Jack and Lilyan Mandel Building at The Temple-Tifere…
A look at the Jewish presence at Case Western Reserve University during a deeply turbulent time is available on the second floor of the Kelvin Smith Library in University Circle.
Dr. Lawrence J. Jacobs, a cardiologist with the Cleveland Clinic who is based at Fairview Hospital, became serious about underwater photography about four years ago, long after he discovered the joys of scuba diving.
One of the many striking features of “This Light of Ours,” the stirring exhibit of civil rights photography at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, is how low-key it is. This is a display focused on timeless issues. It is not about flash or theatrics, though it’s packed with drama.
Carpets, by definition, are regularly looked down upon. But the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland’s headlining fall exhibition, “Wall to Wall: Carpets by Artists,” rightfully elevates them, both literally and figuratively.
Sixty paintings that portray pivotal moments in the Hebrew Bible revamped in a fresh and modern comic book style are on display at the Galleries at CSU in downtown Cleveland.
Archie Rand, a Brooklyn, N.Y., native known for his Jewish-themed painting and murals, will speak at Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple in Beachwood Aug. 31, kicking off the fall series of the Laura & Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program at Case Western Reserve University.
If philanthropist and arts advocate Frederick E. Bidwell has his way, Cleveland will no longer be flyover country when it comes to contemporary art.
It’s easy to get lost in “Art and Stories from Mughal India,” the new exhibition at the Cleveland Museum of Art. You may find yourself pulled into a small, gold-saturated painting of a warrior slaying wild boars, one of 100 on view at this sumptuous centennial offering. You might find yourse…
Panel discussions on the immigration issue – a flashpoint in this year’s presidential campaign and the recent Brexit vote taking England out of the European Union – are set for the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage July 13, Aug. 10 and Sept. 14.
Jill Snyder is happy that the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland has completed a $36 million funding campaign. She’s also pleased that the darkly gleaming building that anchors Uptown is becoming a Cleveland icon.