Bruno Casiano Gallery
The Bruno Casiano Gallery established in 2002, offers a space for regional artists to show their art work and provide visibility for their careers. Bruno Casiano, an artist himself, studied in the School of Plastic Arts in Puerto Rico, Altos de Chavon School of Design, Dominican Republic and the Cleveland Institute of Art. The gallery is composed of two spaces, the street level main gallery excellent for larger works of art which and a downstairs space formally known as a Speakeasy. The gallery is open to newcomers and mid-career artists. Interest artists may send resume and digital samples to email@example.com
Guide to Kulchur Cleveland
Founded by Lyz Bly, Ph.D. and RA Washington, Guide to Kulchur is a book, magazine, and periodicals shop that doubles as a co-op workshop for fanzines (zines), hand-made books, small publications, chap books, and other printed ephemera. In addition to the physical space and in collaboration with venues across the city, the gallery host writers, artists, public and academic intellectuals to discuss zines, cooperative creative processes and spaces, art books, and the theories/new innovations emerging around the evolution and revolution of the printed word.
A landmark historical building that hosts contemporary art and photography exhibitions. The Transformer Station adds fine art to a mixed residential and industrial neighborhood within walking distance of the restaurants and shops of the Market District and blocks away from the Gordon Square Arts District.