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Are You Ready to Show ART? Emerging Artists Wanted

29 Nov



Art Walk Patrons Win Restaurant Certificates

4 Jun

aw2014This year’s Front & Center Art Walk, sponsored by Berea Arts Fest, featured a Passport drawing for gift certificates to local restaurants. Patrons whose Art Walk Passports were stamped at all 10 participating business locations were entered into the drawing.

Winners are Darlene Wolf of Willoughby, gift certificate to Cornerstone Brewing Co.; Maria Paganini of Broadview Heights, gift certificate to Mike’s Bar & Grille; and Karen Braatz of Parma and Ann Krych of Berea, gift certificates to Café Ah-Roma.

Thank you to the restaurants and to all the other businesses who took part in the Art Walk: Burchard’s Jewelers, Crystal Earth Magic, Expressions Fitness, Parkway Barber & Styling, Riverside Gables Bed & Breakfast, Suburban Clock & Repair and Z Salon & Spa.

Our special thanks go to the artists for displaying their wares and to the musicians for performing on a cold and blustery day. Most of all, we are grateful for those who attended, perused the artwork and shopped at downtown businesses.

Remember the Berea Arts Fest on Sunday, Sept. 14 on the shores of Coe Lake in downtown Berea. The 2014 all-day festival will feature new artists, new musical performers and a fun time for families. The Art Walk and the Berea Arts Fest are supported by funding from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.

Front and Center Art Walk: May 17th

7 May

cropped-2014frontcenterbanner2.jpgThe annual Front & Center Art Walk will be Noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 17 in downtown Berea. Sponsored by Berea Arts Fest, the Art Walk features the work of 19 local artists, two of whom, Jeff Dube and Allen Kradlak, have been named “Best Up-and-Coming Visual Artists in Cleveland.” The artwork will be displayed at local businesses along Front Street and at the Parkway Shops and some of the artists will be demonstrating their work. There also will be live musical entertainment and a drawing for gift certificates to local restaurants. The Art Walk is free and is partially funded by Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.