Cleveland ARTS Education Consortium (CAEC)

Cleveland ARTS Education Consortium

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Celebrate Arts Education Week June 6-14, 2015

Arts Summit at Playhouse Square - June 11, 2015

Join the Celebration! Find arts activities to enjoy. Here’s a cool Arts Education Week list from CAEC members to get you started (check the web for additional information):

Apollo’s Fire: the Cleveland Baroque Orchestra invites families to join them for Bach in the Countryside, June 11-12, and to enjoy Telemann’s Canary Cantata (no cats allowed) and other musical gems, June 13-14
More info at: apollosfire.org/concerts/bach-in-the-countryside/

Art House, Inc. offers a variety of summer classes, including a new Art Book Workshop, June 13, Plein Air Painting Workshop, June 10, Adult Clay on the Wheel, June 2-Aug 18 and much more
More info at: www.arthouseinc.org/classes/

Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music string and piano camps run from June 13 to June 18, band and music theatre camps begin later in June
More info at: www.bw.edu/academics/conservatory/outreach/smp/

Beck Center for the Arts offers 20 different summer camps, including the Arts Sampler & the Little Movers Dance camps, June 8-12, later on Teen Art & Musical Theater camps—plus 125 weekly classes thru August
More info at: www.beckcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/SUMMER-CAMPS-2015-MASTER1.pdf

Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland presents Cleveland International Piano Competition artists and Camille Saint-Saêns Carnival of the Animals at its 6114 Broadway facility on June 11
More info at: www.clevekids.org/index.php/programs/core_programs/summer_programs

Broadway School of Music & the Arts conducts a variety of summer music and arts classes for youth in partnership with University Settlement from June 2 through July 23, and is wrapping up its 18-week spring session of private lessons and youth drum corps on June 20th.
More info at: www.broadwayschool.org

Center for Arts-Inspired Learning’s offers activities at Legacy Village’s Art in the Village, June 6-7, The Sound of My Own Drum (Glenville Library), June 8, and 10th year of ArtWorks, arts-based youth job training
More info at; arts-inspiredlearning.org/programs/?browse=all

The Cleveland Classical Guitar Society in collaboration with PHS is presenting local classical guitarists in free performances June 5 at 5:30pm & June 12 at 12pm on US Bank Plaza stage, Euclid Ave at E 14th St.
More info at: cleguitar.org/ccgs-at-playhouse-square/

Cleveland Institute of Art’s Continuing Education Adult Classes explore book arts, drawing-painting + illustration, environmental/communication design, photography as well as classes for youth, starting June 8
More info at: www.cia.edu

Cleveland Institute of Music offers free performances: CIM Brass Quintet at CPL, June 6, Burning River Trio at S. Franklin Circle & Coventry Village Library, June 7, 8, & other ensemble performances, June 10, 13, 14
More info at: www.cim.edu

Cleveland International Piano Competition offers 2 free 6:30pm family performances of Carnival of the Animals at the Martin Luther King Campus, June 10, and at the Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland, June 11
More info at: www.clevelandpiano.org/concert-and-events/carnival-of-the-animals/

The Cleveland Museum of Art presents its signature summer event, the 26th Parade the Circle, featuring giant puppets, stilt-dancers, vibrant costumes, colorful floats and much more, Saturday, June 13
More info at: www.clevelandart.org/events/special-events/parade-the-circle

The Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra presents a free concert at Severance Hall, Sunday, June 14 at 3pm as a send-off performance before the orchestra departs Monday on a 10-day tour of China
More info at: www.clevelandorchestrayouthorchestra.com/2015-china-tour.html

Cleveland Public Theatre presents “Exact Change,” a powerful play written/performed by noted Cleveland actor, journalist, critic Christine Howey (formerly Dick Howey) about her gender transition, PHS, June 11-27
More info at; www.cptonline.org/performances/seasons/2014-2015/exact-change-2/

Cuyahoga Community College Performing Arts Academy’s Music Exploration & Music and Math camps begin on the Metro Campus June 8, other camps begin later in the summer
More info at: www.tri-c.edu/workforce/courses/course-7436.html

Dobama Theatre’s famous Marilyn Bianchi Annual Kids’ Playwriting Festival celebrates 37 years of plays written & submitted by kids, Grade 1-12, with free presentations of this year’s winners, June 6 and 7
More info at: dobama.org

Great Lakes Theater’s When school is out, Shakespeare is in! Camp Theater is in session for two weeks at Berea-Midpark High School for students, ages 4-18, June 8-19
More info at: www.greatlakestheater.org

Hale Farm & Village invites you to experience past & present farming life with demonstrations, Summit County Bee Keepers and Bath Gamma & Great Lakes Brewing Co. gardens in their Sow & Grow Festival, June 13-14
More info at; www.wrhs.org/events/sow-and-grow-farm-festival/

Heights Arts presents a variety of summer gallery exhibitions, and the lively, family-friendly DadBand quartet free performance with classical, pop, jazz, folk, and children’s music, June 6 at 7pm
More info at: www.heightsarts.org

Ingenuity and the Cleveland Public Library host the 3rd annual hands-on Cleveland Mini Maker Faire free at the downtown CPL to celebrate creativity with inventors, artists, crafters and more, Sat, June 6, 10am-4pm
More info at: ingenuitycleveland.com

Inlet Dance Theatre dancers will perform as giant puppets and special characters for the June 13 Parade the Circle Celebration
More info at: www.inletdance.org

The Music Settlement presents the Almeda Trio at the Bop Stop, June 7, 11am-2 pm, along with student recitals at Legacy Village, June 11, 5:30-8pm and in The Music Settlement's Glick Hall, June 13, 3-5pm
More info at: www.thecmss.org

Playhouse Square invites you to join them for Joshua Seth, June 6, the Tony Awards Broadcast, June 7, Dave Chappelle, June 10, and CPT’s “Exact Change” play in the Helen Theatre, June 11, 12, 13 at 8pm
More info at: www.playhousesquare.org/events-tickets/event-calendar

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum invites you to join them for Member Appreciation Day, June 6, and for Chef Jam 2015 with an eclectic mix of dishes at 20 chef’s tables located throughout the museum on June 7
More info at: www.rockhall.com

Roots of American Music presents the Green Diamond Zephyrs at Lakewood Library, June 7, SpYder Stompers and Sugar Pie at Barking Spider, June 7, and ukulele & song-writing at Tri-C East, June 10 & 11
More info at: rootsofamericanmusic.org/workshops-and-summer-camps/

Sing and Swing, LLC is presenting free Music Together classes in Solon, June 10, 9:45am, Lakewood, June 10, 6:15pm, and Cleveland Heights, June 12, 10 am and a 6 wk summer session for parent & child, beginning June 27
More info at: www.singandswingneo.org

The Singing Angels perform at Aurora High School for the Northern Portage Relay for Life, June 6 at 2:30pm and at other sites this summer, including Cain Park, Cleveland Botanical Garden & the Cuyahoga County Fair
More info at: www.singingangels.org/schedule.php

SPACES celebrates its 37th birthday with all types of events, including its Artwood Derby 2015 with car kits available for folks age 5 and up (entry fee $3-8) to make outrageous cars for the Derby, June 6, 6-8pm
More info at: www.spacesgallery.org

Talespinner Children's Theatre’s The Silent Princess, a Turkish Folktale of friendship and courage adapted by Claire Robinson May with puppets, live action, music, magic and more, runs June 6 to 28
More info at: www.talespinnerchildrenstheatre.org

Waterloo Arts invites you to join them at the gallery and Callaloo Café on Waterloo Avenue to enjoy winners of the 2015 Waterloo Arts Fest Juried Exhibition, June 5 through July 27
More info at: waterlooarts.org

Western Reserve Historical Society’s Crawford Auto Aviation Museum and Antique Automobile Club of America present the first Cleveland All Stars Homecoming Show showcasing NE Ohio manufactured cars, June 13, 10am-3pm
More info at: www.wrhs.org

Zygote Press offers a range of workshops from ongoing Open Studio Sessions, Primers & One-on-One opportunities to a special Business Card Printing on the C&P with Michael Gill, June 7, 10am-4pm
More info at: zygotepress.com/learn/

Join us on Friday, June 19, 8-9:45 am, for the Arts and Culture Public Officials Breakfast, hosted by the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture at the Near West Theatre to help illuminate the breadth of our work, share stories and demonstrate community impact.
More info at: www.cultureforward.org/news/Event-Calendar/Arts-and-Culture-Public-Officials-Breakfast

Other interesting summer things for kids, adults and families from our members include:

Lake Erie Ink’s creative expression camp for 4th grade and up beginning June 15, with Puppets and Play Writing, and a variety of other camps throughout the summer
More info at: www.lakeerieink.org

The Music Settlement offers music-enriched summer camps for kids, tweens, and teens at its beautiful University Circle campus
More info & enroll at www.TheMusicSettlement.org/camp

The Roberto Occasio Foundation presents the 11th Annual Roberto Ocasio Latin Jazz Music Camp July 12-17 at Case Western Reserve University for music students-all instruments, Gr 8-12, with Artistic Director/Artist-in Residence Bobby Sanabria and a free concert at the Cleveland Institute of Music, July 17, 7 pm
More info & enroll (some openings) via 440-572-2048 or www.robertoocasiofoundation.org

Finally, remember to help Cleveland Play House (clevelandplayhouse.com) and Karamu House (www.karamuhouse.org) celebrate 100 wonderful years. Go, enjoy their work.

“I’m very crafty! One time I made a television set out of a cardboard box - everybody thought it was a lark! This was the beginning of a love affair with the arts.” –Emma Watson