Arts Culture

Dance Workshop with Sevi Bayraktar, Films with a Women's Focus ...

Submitted by Evelyn Kiefer on Fri, 03/05/2010 - 12:43.
03/07/2010 - 11:00
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The Cleveland Food Coop, Cleveland Food Not Bombs & Women Speak Out for Peace and Justice are sponsoring theses events in celebration of International Women's Day, events are free but seating is limited.

Sevi Bayraktar is from Istanbul, Turkey performing Gypsy and Flamenco dances.

Location

The Cleveland Food Coop
11701 Euclid Aveue
Cleveland, OH
United States

Luncheon, Women Speak Out For Peace and Justice Featuring Women ad Militarism Panel ...

Submitted by Evelyn Kiefer on Fri, 03/05/2010 - 12:37.
03/06/2010 - 13:00
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Women Speak Out For Peace and Justice Featuring Women ad Militarism Panel, Music & Dance, Ione Biggs Award.

Just one of the Cleveland Area Celebrations of International Women's Day

Location

Kan Zaman (restaurant)
1616 W. 25th Street
Cleveland, OH
United States

International Women's Day

Submitted by Evelyn Kiefer on Thu, 03/04/2010 - 17:27.
03/08/2010 - 00:00
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Have you heard of International Women's Day? I first learned about this holiday/event that celebrates the many achievements and contributions of women about three years ago. Please check out the website International Women's Day to learn about the history of International Women's Day and ways it is celebrated around the world. Next year will be the centenary of International Women's Day. 

NEO ER Discussion of the Day: We have a realNEO/COOP Legal Issue Members Must Address Immediately

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Tue, 03/02/2010 - 17:47.

It is time to revive the NEO Excellence Roundtable, now virtual.

As our first discussion of the day, what are we going to do about children on realNEO - and in real coop?

I want them here and welcome my children as members - and swear as little as possible in respect.

As per our terms of use, my children have my permission to be here. I want them here, learning from all of us - seeing our great work - adding to the intellectual property and building a good virtual existence for each of themselves - I know we are the future of IT and I want them here at our birth.

To Save People The Bother of Attacking Me

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Sun, 02/28/2010 - 22:12.

I'll be brief.

I co-founded realNEO in 2004 because Northeast Ohio needs realNEO - the world needs realNEO. It is entirely different from any other "social network" or content management system on Earth, building upon the ICEarth co-op conceptual framework.

I developed the ICEarth (Internet/Information Community Earth) conceptual framework in global collaboration, in the late 1990's, and founded ICEarth LLC, in 2002, to build the co-op data warehousing and serving platform for the ICEarth conceptual framework.

We have built specialised hardware for ICEarth, running specialised open source software, all developed to unique specifications. Initial testing of the hardware and software configurations exceeds expectations.

I've Identified Some Astounding Information Technology Talents in real NEO who have been Harmed by our Leadership

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Mon, 02/22/2010 - 08:37.

I've Identified Some Astounding Information Technology Talent in real NEO that has been harmed by our regional leadership, and I'm trying to find a nice way to deal with that. Each of these people have risen to positions of demonstrated excellence in their fields - have innovated our regional information technology landscape and had global impact - and each of them have been directly violated by leadership in our community - IT leadership and community development leadership. They have each done the right things - each taken the right steps - and each been blocked along the way. And each are "minority". How do I now give them the proper status they deserve in the community, where they have not been welcome or valued?

"Is He Dead?": “New” Mark Twain Comedy Premieres at Beck Center for the Arts... Weekday Matinees

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Mon, 02/08/2010 - 23:28.
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What happens when a group of poor artists stage the death of a friend to drive up the price of his paintings? A fake funeral, cross-dressing, and lovers' deceptions, to name a few.  

Location

Beck Center
17801 Detroit Avenue (just ten minutes west of downtown Cleveland)
Lakewood, OH 44107
United States
Phone: 216.521.2540, ext. 10

beyond the pale - Donald Barthelme

Submitted by Susan Miller on Mon, 12/21/2009 - 09:31.

In the wake of last night's little squabble here on realneo, a friend emailed me with a link to the origin of the phrase "beyond the pale". S/he said that though it was the phrase that came to mind while reading through, she had never looked up the origin. I had looked this up, "beyond the pale", because I was a tireless researcher, learner when I was an artistic director, and one of the works we did - a duet, used this text.

BauBike is Tribute To Bauhaus

Submitted by Eternity on Wed, 12/16/2009 - 23:51.

 

Max Eternity - The Bau-Bike by Danish designer, Michael Ubbesen Jakobsen, pays homage to the German Bauhaus school--as it celebrates this year its 90th anniversary. 

1952 Detroit - Superior Bridge

Submitted by RAG on Sun, 12/06/2009 - 12:27.
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Traffic on the Detroit - Superior Bridge in 1952

Resident Advocacy Group - Tremont

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Lorain at West Side Market 1976

Submitted by RAG on Sat, 12/05/2009 - 12:10.
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West Side Market - Road Divider Island - near W. 25 and Lorain-Carnegie Bridge 1976 photos from Cleveland Memory Project

Resident Advocacy Group - Tremont

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St Michael the Archangel under Construction ca. 1890

Submitted by RAG on Thu, 12/03/2009 - 21:02.
St Michael Church under construction

 

St Michael Church under construction at Clark and Scranton ca. 1890. Roof is incomplete and the steeples are yet to built. I never imagined that the stone was originally light.

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REALNEO Artist For All Seasons: Julian Stanczak asks 'what does it do to you?'

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Sat, 11/07/2009 - 11:11.

Julian Stanczak - "Continuous Line + Black" 2005 - Acrylic on board 28 panels each 16 inches square
Julian Stanczak - "Continuous Line + Black" 2005 - Acrylic on board, 28 panels, 16x16 inches each

Happy 81st Birthday, Julian Stanczak... born November 5, 1928. Julian is an originator and continuing master of Op Art - one of the most important and renowned artists ever - and his work is stronger now than ever.

All that is seen without doubt in 116 remarkable paintings exhibited as compositions in Julian's amazing body of expansive, precise, cohesive "Recent Work", now showing at MoCA. Grouped as three colorful masterpieces, and a series of 10 individual black and white expressions, all these paintings stand together as one conclusive, vibrant statement, that life is an amazing experience, as only Julian may know.

FOR CLOSURE: VISIONS OF REALITY, WORDS OF PROMISE & DISCARDED AMERICA: EVIDENCE OF LOST IDEALS

Submitted by abanco on Fri, 10/30/2009 - 13:07.
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FOR CLOSURE: VISIONS OF REALITY, WORDS OF PROMISE & DISCARDED AMERICA: EVIDENCE OF LOST IDEALS

Location

Convivium33 Gallery
1433 East 33rd Street (one-way/off Superior)
Cleveland, OH 44114
United States
Phone: 216-881-7838

AD Mag Update: Mikka Nyyssönen

Submitted by Eternity on Fri, 10/16/2009 - 21:57.

 

Ohio Architect-Artist, Andrew Reach, Creates Poster for D.C. March

Submitted by Eternity on Fri, 10/16/2009 - 16:42.
Andrew Reach @ Equality Across America - As a disabled gay man in a loving relationship for almost three decades, I’m not physically capable of marching. So the way me and my long term partner Bruce Baumwoll want to give back to the movement for our equality is through my art. We’re very passionate about the healing power of art. It’s my lifeline to coping with living in a state of constant pain. We share the art to give people hope and inspiration in their own lives.