Click to open PDF of press releaseDownload For immediate release Contact: Fred Bidwell October 28, 2019 (216) 938-5429 email@example.com Nonprofit Gordon Square Arts District Declares Mission Accomplished and Suspends Operations CLEVELAND, OH—The board of the nonprofit Gordon Square
Artist residency kicks off July 30 with free open mic event at Happy Dog Click here to access PDF of Press ReleaseDownload July 15, 2019 CLEVELAND, OHIO – Gordon Square Arts District (GSAD) selected photographer Amber Ford as its third quarter artist-in-residence with her project This Story is Mine and Ours. Ford kicks off her time as GSAD’s artist-in-residence with a free open mic event at Happy Dog (1501 Detroit Ave.) on July 30 from 6-10 p.m. Poets, musicians, storytellers and performance artists are invited to the open mic night to present an original piece inspired by the topic BLACK:
Gordon Square Arts District (GSAD) today announced the selection of four Gordon Square Artists-in-Residence for 2019. Each quarter in 2019 will feature a talented Cleveland artist. Gordon Square Arts District launched its quarterly artists-in-residence program in 2017 to support the artist workforce in the neighborhood and connect the community with free and inclusive arts programming. The quarterly 2019 Gordon Square Artists-in-Residence are: Valerie Mayen, fashion designer, during Q1 (January-March)Dee Jay Doc, musician, Q2 (April-June)Amber Ford, photographer, Q3 (July-September)Chris Seibert and Denis Griesmer, performers, Q4 (October-December) Click HERE to read the full press release!