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.
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Saturday, January 25, 2020, 7 pm Heights Arts Free Admission Classical Revolution Cleveland performs dozens of free, public events each year, with a core mission of taking classical music off of the “high art” pedestal and presenting dynamic performances in non-traditional spaces. Comprised of a multi-faceted roster of some of northeast Ohio’s top independent professionals, […]
For decades, Catherine Butler’s spunky curiosities have been bringing delight to those they adorn and spicing up peoples lives and interactions. A Cleveland native, Butler earned her BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 1981 with a major in Jewelry and Silversmithing. Her work can be found in the collections of the Racine Art Museum in […]
So this is likely the last Poetweet post for the May topic of Spring. Soon June begins the next topic for tweets – Parks and Recreation. Tweet me your thoughts, insights, experiences about how you re-create yourself out of doors in the Heights in the early days of summer.Now, two very different poems […]
Thanks for the tweet from Virginia Beach that inspired this haiku. Now, Heights-ers, I’m counting on you to keep me going!Tweet your impressions of Spring (through May 31) and recreation (all of June) to #htspoetweet.Here’s a haiku. The lush, ferned shore-line hides the amorous bullfrog. Still, his trumpet sounds. Haiku, is a Japanese poetic […]
My thanks to a rare books librarian who tweeted me her thoughts on walking Lakeview Cemetery in the lush and verdant green of early May. Her tweets inspired this poem. Streaming Time A field of polished stones cushioned in spring grass; a blanket of renewal pulled up snug against eternity. These people are […]
Thanks to several who tweeted me their thoughts (including some very poetic tweets) on the glories of this amazing spring. Here’s the next poem, inspired by YOU. Fertility Dance The ruffled armsof cherry and pear,shimmy in the breezelike Carmen Miranda’s sleeves.They cast their net of scentinto the blue sea of May,fishing for bees. And […]
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 […]