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« Friday October 12, 2007 »
Start: 7:00 am
End: 9:30 pm

Start: 8:00 am
End: 5:00 pm


Photo of contractor Susan Clellen in front of Stewardship Center

Start: 7:00 pm
End: 10:00 pm

For my friend and real artist Kyle Primous.  Dreamgirls is playing for two more weekends only.  Catch the talent in Parma Heights.  You heard me.  Parma Heights.  See the story unfold.

Start: 5:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

Labor & Industry by photographer Roger Mastrionni will
continue into Tremont's next ArtWalk - Friday, October
12th 6 - 9 pm when we will again produce a visual and aural experience
that compliments the art show - filling the space with the stunning
cinematic  "silent movie" images of steel and Tremont from the award-winning
Deerhunter  splashed across a long white movie screen (rescued from the Mayfield
Cinema).  Mixing industrial-based sounds from the '80s and 90's with an
ecletic mix of soundtrack and melodies electronic and otherwise in the
background - branding the space - former Brown's Market. 

Bringing  new light and focus to these themes which will be further displayed at
the  Steelyard Heritage Center - also opening the dialogue on the current
state  of affairs of industry and particularly steel in Cleveland.

Start: 6:00 pm
End: 6:20 pm

postcardvert.jpg picture by lobelia66

Start: 6:00 pm
End: 10:00 pm

Arabella Proffer has created a fictional National Portrait Gallery, whose works are a juxtaposition of modernity with aristocratic tradition. Her subjects sport twenty-first century punk and gothic styles as part of their formalwear, but without the mohawks and piercing, each portrait resembles typical late medieval or Renaissance portraits. Proffer notes: "this series centers around balance of counter-culture and tradition; how punk or gothic styles might be adopted by royalty and socialites for serious portraits left as a reminder of their legacy. What was once considered rebellious has now become widely accepted. Traditionally, each portrait preserves what may later be a historical moment. In the case of this series however, some the 'historical' moments are of my own imagination"