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.
The topics of racial equality and a fight for justice have been at the forefront of headlines when we look back at 2020. The issues have forced many of us to decide where we stand, and whether we choose to stand in unity, agree to disagree, or just disagree. The latest Heights Arts exhibition Posing the Question showcases these topics and how our nation is responding to them.
Heights Arts University Hospitals Exhibition- November 2020 Press Release
RFP – Barriers to Art Survey/Research Project
Heights Arts is proud to announce their 19th Annual Holiday Store, which opens to the public on Sunday, November 1, 2020.
Independent Together: 30 Years of Collaboration Exhibition and Spotlight Joseph Van Kerkhove Press Release
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Heights Arts came up with the idea of an art exhibition that would at once recall the past and look forward to the future. Artists who had previously been included in Heights Arts exhibitions would show one work from the period during which they first exhibited, and one from the present, thus showing how their work has evolved over time.
Heights Arts is thrilled to announce Random Acts of Art LIVE: a summer-long collaboration with Future Heights and Classical Revolution Cleveland to facilitate socially distanced live music across the Heights community and throughout northeast Ohio. These small-scale live performances might be found…