5 Things To Do In NEO: Stina Aleah, Nikki Woods and Stokley
The artistic visions of two visual artists from Cleveland are part of the cultural landscape this week along with an R&B concert in Cleveland Heights. Here are 5 arts and culture ideas to keep you busy in Northeast Ohio.
After suffering an injury that ended her track and field dreams, Stina Aleah discovered her artistic voice as a painter. Aleah's work is on view now in the exhibit "Helping" Hands at moCa Cleveland presented by the Museum of Creative Human Art.
It's the last chance to see the Hedge Gallery exhibit of paintings by Nikki Woods - "Vivid Wild Things." An artist discussion with Woods takes place Thursday, September 2, at 6 p.m. led by Cleveland Institute of Art professor Lane Cooper.
The Grammy-nominated musician Stokely, who's worked behind-the-scenes with the likes of Janet Jackson and Prince, is stepping out as a solo artist. Stokley headlines the 15th Annual MultiMusic Fest at Cain Park Saturday, September 4, starting at 6 p.m. with Cleveland R&B act Smooth Approach.
"Under the Sycamores"
Borderlight International Theatre and Fringe Festival partners with Radio on the Lake Theatre for a world premiere, site specific radio drama. "Under the Sycamores" is an audio play created to be experienced at the historic Erie Street Cemetery in downtown Cleveland.
Made in Ohio Art and Craft Festival
Hale Farm and Village hosts the 10th anniversary of its Made in Ohio Art and Craft Festival September 3-5. More than 150 artisans from Ohio take part in the festival featuring jewelry, pottery, woodwork, glass art, quilts and more.