Nicole Schneider is our featured Spotlight Showcase artist, running alongside the Printers Select exhibition, from August 20 to October 17. Schneider received her BFA in printmaking from Kent State University in 2007, and her MFA in printmaking from Kent State University in 2012. Her featured pieces in this particular exhibition explores control and perfectionism through the lens of her familial relationships with other women, and how these relationships have influenced her relationship with motherhood.
When we think of art, we often tend to think of a painting that hangs protected in a museum, or a sculpture, ever-present in a park. But art comes in many forms, changing with the times. In a time like no other, to close out 2021, Heights Arts is excited to present the Printers […]
Alongside Emergent 2021 is a Spotlight showcase by Rick Rollenhagen, whose stone works begin with small pieces of nature and transform them into elegant sculptural forms. Rick Rollenhagen is a stone carver who has exhibited his work in Cleveland, several European cities, and the Tampa Bay area.
Heights Arts is proud to support young or budding artists, and as our world gets back to normal, those artists may need our help more than ever to get noticed and book shows. We hope our Emergent 2021 exhibition, opening June 18, serves as a catalyst for that effort.
Innate Environments is curated by Heights Arts interns Zelda Thayer-Hansen and Eryn Lawson. They created a show which acknowledges nature in its unsightly truths as much as its inherent beauty, all while evaluating humanity’s existence.
Poets Ray McNiece, Michael Salinger, Sara Holbrook, and Will Sanchez present poems they wrote in response to work in our current exhibitions Group Show 2021 and Spotlight: Bernadette Glorioso.
Many of us have found ourselves spending more time outdoors since the start of the pandemic. We notice an instant mood boost when the sun is out and the fresh air rushes through our lungs. Heights Arts latest Spotlight Showcase as part of our 2021 Group Show reflects exactly this.
Poets Kisha Foster, Ray McNiece, Josiah Quarles, and Michelle R. Smith present poems they wrote in response to work in our current exhibition “Posing the Question.”
Heights Arts presents regular group exhibitions curated by our Exhibition Community Team from submissions by local artists through our website. In this exhibition, Julie Friedman, Paula Izydorek, Mark Keffer, Alessandro Ravagnan, and Dante Rodriguez present works in painting, sculpture, and mixed media.
Our first spotlight exhibition of the new year features Helen Liggett. Helen Liggett is an academic and photographer who teaches in the Architectural Studies Program at Kent State University. She is the author of numerous articles and professional presentations, often incorporating urban photography.