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RENOVARE – FREE GALLERY CONCERT

Saturday June 4 at 7pm FULL SERIES HERE Violinist, Lalia Mangnione, and cellist, Rebecca Shasberger, of Renovare Music present “Boldly She Lives” as part of their ‘Voices’ community programming.   In this program, Renovare will share powerful stories of how women have…

SPOTLIGHT: ERYN LAWSON AND JOSIE NAYPAUER

May 19th – June 12th 2022 On display in our Spotlight Gallery alongside What a Time to Be Alive!, we’re proud to present the work of our 2022 student interns! Senior intern Eryn Lawson doesn’t believe anything is original in this world.…

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE!!

MAY 19TH – JUNE 12TH 2022   Time and time again the course of history has been changed by young people with the courage to address their community in solidarity. In 1903, children of coal miners marched from Philadelphia to New York…

IN THE STILL OF THE NIGHT – STAGED READING

May 21, 2022 @6pm A disgruntled cop and a whimsical woman meet and find they have so much in common. Will they cross the finish line of life? Throughout the play they come to realize that they are two lost souls just…

Free Concert by The Music Settlement

7pm – 8pm Piano Trios performed by Randall Fusco, piano Beth Woodside, violin Ralph Curry, cello This performance featuring music by Bloch, Beethoven and Brahms is hosted in the Heights Arts gallery space. It is a community outreach event of the Center…

May Literary Artist of the Month – Joan Lederer and David Stringer

Joan Lederer came to photography later in life while empty nesting. Her interest in photography is mainly in documenting people, their interactions and their emotions. She is also fascinated by people’s stories as she photographs them. During COVID it became a necessary…

May Visual Artist of the Month – Sharon Schlesinger

  I’ve always been artsy and creative. Over the years I branched out into various artistic endeavors and about 16 years ago I decided to concentrate on jewelry design.   I sold my whimsical designs in different local galleries and handmade artisan shows. After becoming…

Heights Arts Supports a NO vote for issue 9

Learn more about why Heights Arts supports a NO VOTE for the upcoming ballot issue in May. In this issue, Cleveland Heights voters will vote yes or no for the proposed park ordinance. The ballot language is simple:  “Shall the proposed ordinance…