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Cleveland Public Theatre Shares Part of an Ambitious Work in Progress

Prosperity Social CLub’s Popular Lent Friday Fish Fries Return

Acclaimed Author Claudia Rankine Speaks (Virtually) for CWRU Scholarship Fund

Verb Ballet Virtual Program Features Dancers in Solo Roles

Gospel Pedal Steel Player Robert Randolph Plays and Talks at Rock Hall

Canton Museum of Art Invites Community to Help Create a “Garden”

Dancing Wheels Holds Virtual Trivia Tournament Benefit

Blank Canvas Theatre Drive-In Show Pays Tribute to Black Music

Project 400 Conference Explores The Impacts of Racism in America

48-Hour Virtual Music Fest Is Back, Raising Money & Awareness for Police Oversight

Downtown Kent Promotes Love & Health Heart with “Kent Goes Red”

Short. Sweet. Film Fest Celebrates Year Ten Virtually and In Person

Praxis Gallery Debuts Show on the Erasure of Black Women’s Labor

Beck Center & Baldwin Wallace Offer a Program of Five New 15-Minute Musicals

New Beck Center Art Show Features Hopeful, Uplifting Work

THEATER REVIEW: 5 X 15 @ Baldwin Wallace/Beck Center by Roy Berko

Head to Goodyear Heights Metro Park to Take a Mindfulness Hike

Downtown Restaurant Week Is a Chance to Support Local Eateries

Les Delices’ New Concert Centers Around Aesop’s Fables

Grow Native Plants This Year for a Healthier Environment

Experimental Trio Live Streams from the BOP STOP

Justin Brennan Shows New Paintings at HEDGE Gallery

KSU Exhibition Looks at Black Fathers and Children

Two New Shows Open at The Sculpture Center

Heights Arts Show Addresses Racial Equity & Justice

Cleveland Photo Fest Extends Call for Entries Deadline

New SPACES Show Lets Participants Become Trump to “Apologize to America”

SPACES Opens Members’ Show & Exhibit Reflecting on the Stresses of 2020

Akron Soul Train Shows Two Artists Who Work Includes Digital Strategies

Two Artists Look “Beyond Surface” at Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

Summit Art Space Opens Its Annual Juried Show “Fresh”

Artists Archives Biennial Show NewNow Opens in Virtual Gallery

moCa Cleveland Opens Four-Artist Show on Blackness at Three Locations

Maltz Museum Opens Exhibit on Late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Akron Art Museum Opens Two New Shows Reflecting on the ’80s

Next day 02/23

CPL Writers & Readers Series Explores Policing in the 21st Century

Blank Canvas Theatre Drive-In Show Pays Tribute to Black Music

Young Australian Classical Guitarist Stephanie Jones Makes Her Cleveland Debut

LakewoodAlive’s Life’s a Beach Virtual Benefit Turns February into July

Project 400 Conference Explores The Impacts of Racism in America

48-Hour Virtual Music Fest Is Back, Raising Money & Awareness for Police Oversight

Downtown Kent Promotes Love & Health Heart with “Kent Goes Red”

Short. Sweet. Film Fest Celebrates Year Ten Virtually and In Person

Praxis Gallery Debuts Show on the Erasure of Black Women’s Labor

Beck Center & Baldwin Wallace Offer a Program of Five New 15-Minute Musicals

New Beck Center Art Show Features Hopeful, Uplifting Work

THEATER REVIEW: 5 X 15 @ Baldwin Wallace/Beck Center by Roy Berko

Head to Goodyear Heights Metro Park to Take a Mindfulness Hike

Downtown Restaurant Week Is a Chance to Support Local Eateries

Les Delices’ New Concert Centers Around Aesop’s Fables

Grow Native Plants This Year for a Healthier Environment

Experimental Trio Live Streams from the BOP STOP

Justin Brennan Shows New Paintings at HEDGE Gallery

KSU Exhibition Looks at Black Fathers and Children

Two New Shows Open at The Sculpture Center

Heights Arts Show Addresses Racial Equity & Justice

Cleveland Photo Fest Extends Call for Entries Deadline

New SPACES Show Lets Participants Become Trump to “Apologize to America”

SPACES Opens Members’ Show & Exhibit Reflecting on the Stresses of 2020

Akron Soul Train Shows Two Artists Who Work Includes Digital Strategies

Two Artists Look “Beyond Surface” at Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

Summit Art Space Opens Its Annual Juried Show “Fresh”

Artists Archives Biennial Show NewNow Opens in Virtual Gallery

Students Collaborate with Noted Artist for Next Transformer Station Show

moCa Cleveland Opens Four-Artist Show on Blackness at Three Locations

Maltz Museum Opens Exhibit on Late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Akron Art Museum Opens Two New Shows Reflecting on the ’80s

Later that week 02/22-03/01