Heights Arts blog

Heights Arts blog


Heights Arts is presenting its third Members Show, opening on June 17, 2022! The exhibition will showcase artwork by members from our region and is a wonderful illustration of the depth of artistic talent in our local communities. It is also our way of saying thanks to our members for their continued support of our […]

Die-Hard Haiku

It’s cold in Cleveland Heights during the month of January after one of the first significant snowfalls of the season. Businesses are shutting down again due to a surging COVID variant and your pillow seems to stare at you with puppy dog eyes, begging you to stay in bed. You’re restless though, unable to lay […]

January Artist of the Month – Music: Blue Streak Ensemble

  The Blue Streak Ensemble was founded in 2011 by award-winning composer Margaret Brouwer to bring contemporary chamber music to Ohio communities along Lake Erie. They achieved immediate success and quickly began to expand performances in and around Cleveland including recording sessions at Oberlin’s Clonick Hall to make the CD recently released by Naxos called Shattered,Chamber Music […]


Jesse has painted both indoor and out door murals in restaurants, private homes, and public locations through out greater Cleveland. Rhinehart’s public commissions include three 10’x10’ oil paintings in the Club Lounge at Progressive Field and interior murals in the former Special Exhibition Dining Room and Education Classroom at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Area highlights are his murals commissioned by Heights Arts at both ends of the Cedar Fairmont Center building in Cleveland Heights.


January 14–March 13, 2022 VIRTUAL Opening Friday, January 14 The Rust Belt refers to an area of states near the Great Lakes that grew to prominence in the late 1800s as the country’s “industrial heartland” but which has experienced a decrease of manufacturing and heavy industry dating to the middle of the 1950s, as that […]

March Artist of the Month – Literary: Molly Fuller

  Molly Fuller is the author of the full-length collections For Girls Forged by Lightning: Prose & Other Poems (All Nations Press) and Always a Body (Cornerstone Press, forthcoming); two chapbooks Tender the Body (Spare Change Press) and The Neighborhood Psycho Dreams of Love (Cutty Wren Press). She recently won the Gris-Gris Summer 2020 Poetry Contest. Her work has appeared in Nothing to Declare: A Guide […]

February Artist of the Month – Literary: Robert Miltner

  Creative Writing Poetry Books  Splendor of Ignition: Five Prose Poetry Sequences.  Manuscript under review Orpheus & Echo. From Triptych: Orpheus & Echo by Robert Miltner; In Time by James McCorkle; and The Three-legged World by Peter Grandbois. Etruscan Press at Wilkes University, 2020  Hotel Utopia. New Rivers Press at Minnesota State University Moorhead, 2011 […]

January Artist of the Month – Literary: Andrea Doe

Background Having roots in the South of the United States as well as Liberia and being raised in international contexts, my motley of cultural experiences are the foundation of my work. I believe poetry is a form of healing, and, through its writing and reading, we encounter our rawest selves – a self that is […]

January Artist of the Month – Visual: Joan Lederer

I am a physician by trade and a photographer by passion. Something about trying to capture a moment and having that moment be quintessential intrigues and challenges me. Through photography I am trying to uncover the inner truths of others and myself. Sounds pretentious but the more I work the more I realize that is my […]


If you’re and artist with work in our Holiday Store and a social media account, we’re providing you with digital content to share to promote your work. We want your work to sell, so we’re promoting you through a variety of outlets, but our reach only extends so far. Any artist who has shared images […]