Heights Arts blog

Heights Arts blog

2012 Holiday Store

Ambiente • Rozanne Anderson • Todd Anderson • Judith Angelo • Kris Barnes • Mary Ann Barnes • Kim Baxter • David Bergholz • Sue Berry • David Brichford • William Brouillard • Ann Caywood Brown • Catherine Butler • Roy Camillo • Grace Chin • Barbara Claas • Kristen Cliffel • Martha Cliffel • Jennifer […]


Curated by Andrea Joki, this special exhibition features the works of Shelly DiCello, Tom Balbo, Tim Callaghan, Laura Cooperman, Julie Friedman, Sarah Kabot, Margaret Kimura, Michael Loderstedt, Liz Maugans, Pam McKee, Darice Polo, Corrie Slawson, Dan Tranberg, Achala Wali, and Trudy Wiesenberger.


Heights Arts enlisted professional artists Debbie Apple-Presser and Carol Hummel as well as dozens of community volunteers in creating Fencepiration, a whimsical temporary art piece that covered approximately 400 running feet of a utilitarian construction fence surrounding the razed landscape of a long-delayed development project.  Notably, the project employed recycled materials including aluminum cans, discarded […]


August 22, 2012                     Nature Center at Shaker Lakes with poet Kathleen CervenyCreating poems and origami, Kathleen Cerveny was a hit as our last Pop-Up Poet of the summer at the Nature Center at  Shaker Lakes. Ladybug Haiku July 18, 2012           […]


POP-UP-POETRY! Expect the Unexpected The Poet is IN!  Heights Arts presented Pop-Up Poetry June-August 2012.  Pop-Up Poetry was a project designed by 2011-12 Cleveland Heights Poet Laureate Cavana Faithwalker to bring some of the region’s most interesting poets to the streets.  The centerpiece of Pop-Up Poetry was a portable booth created by architect Theodore Ferringer […]


Fencepiration is a temporary community public art project under the creative oversight of Heights Arts artist-in-residence Carol Hummel.  The project creates a visual line of color and pattern in the Cedar Lee and Larchmere business districts (cities of Cleveland Heights and Cleveland) with parking meter poles and selected trees being covered by colorful knitted and […]