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The Conversation with SWAP Artist, James Webb   10.12.18

TAKE A WALK. There are 6 slots available for individuals to participate in "The Conversation," a discussion-based, walking project with James Webb held in Cleveland in the Fall of 2018.

Unless otherwise arranged, these walks start at SPACES (2900 Detroit Ave.) and are conducted one-on-one for an hour in the spirit of an open discussion on foot. There are no outcomes other than a walk and a talk. The conversations are not documented, and all information is kept private.

Please e-mail Megan Young (myoung@spacesgallery.org) to book a session. Walks will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Let us know your preferred time slot on the hour: Mon-Thur 10am-3pm (10/22-10/25)

James Webb by Pieter Hugo
James Webb by Pieter Hugo

Keywords: artist in residence, communication, exchange, swap, walk
Author: Megan Young, Project Coordinator
Category: Events

This Saturday: An East Cleveland Walking Tour of Industry, Art, and Architecture   05.25.12

This Saturday, May 26, SPACES will be embarking on a tour of East Cleveland from 12 noon until 2 p.m.

The tour will be led by Christopher Busta-Peck, the founding editor of Cleveland Area History. He also is author of the book "The Hidden History of Cleveland," published last November by History Press. The tour will include a visit to the stone tannery on Nine Mile Creek, sandstone grave markers, and a selection of houses along Euclid Avenue (one might be the oldest in the county!).

Our excursion is in conjunction with our current exhibition, the Cleveland Convention and Visitors Bureau. There are several other outings planned in the near future, which you can learn about here: http://www.spacesgallery.org/events/current.

We will begin our East Cleveland tour at New Life Cathedral (16200 Euclid Avenue, East Cleveland, Ohio) at noon on Saturday, May 26. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to explore our local history! This tour is not to be missed!

Map of meeting location: 16200 Euclid Avenue, East Cleveland, Ohio
Map of meeting location: 16200 Euclid Avenue, East Cleveland, Ohio

Keywords: christopher busta-peck, cleveland area history, cleveland convention and visitors bureau, east cleveland, event, hidden history of cleveland, spaces, tour, walk, walking tour
Author: Marilyn Ladd-Simmons, Gallery Manager
Category: Events

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