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SUMMER 2021  •  SUMMIT COUNTY

Greetings, artists and creatives! In this newsletter, you'll find curated news, events, and resources just for you.

Mural Making Workshop: Part 1

This virtual workshop will cover best practices of mural installation including engagement, participatory design practices, and site selection. Attendees will receive expert instruction from Mural Arts Philadelphia staff on the process, start to finish. This event is free but registration is required.

• June 17, 2021 at 5:00pm
• Online event
 

REGISTER

ICMYI: The Brass Tacks of Public Art

In, “The Brass Tacks of Public Art: working with a site, a budget and everyone else, too!”, Stacy discussed how she approaches planning, executing, and budgeting for a public art project as well as working with partners and nature to establish a smooth process from start to finish.
 

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Studio spaces, classroom, gallery space available! Looking for potential resident artists to fill available studio spaces (Rent from $75-$400).  We have dedicated classroom space available for anyone looking to hold classes and workshops.  Call for artists looking for gallery space for solo or group exhibitions. Also room available in our arts consignment and gift shop area for artists and makers. Learn more.



Art On Main! is back for 2021 on Saturday, August 7 from 11am-7pm in beautiful, historic downtown Ravenna, and they are now accepting applications for artists. Space is limited. Contact the Main Street Ravenna office for more information at 330-235-9509 or by email at info@mainstreetravenna.org.



CAN Triennial
is a regionally focused exhibition featuring northeast Ohio artists, selected by an intergenerational and diverse curatorial team, and representing this moment in time, place, and history in Cleveland. Find the artist application here.


 
Groundworks is searching for two dancers for full-time positions for its 2021-2022 season.
 

The Artist Opportunities Database is a searchable listing of opportunities for artists. The Artist Opportunities Database is managed by the Ohio Arts Council (OAC), and is free and open to the public for browsing and searching. The purpose of the database is to announce opportunities available to artists.
 

The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center is seeking a Fine Arts Teacher to be responsible for developing students’ interest in and the ability for creative expression in visual terms, focusing on technique and color theory, to discover and develop talents of students second grade thru high school levels in the field of visual art.

Plus, CVAC and Lake Erie Ink are hiring a Director of Programming.







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