At the inaugural Front Triennial, powerful experiences come at a former station on the Underground Railroad and in drawings of gay life in Akron.
Can you remove a color from an entire city? Michael Rakowitz is trying, and is asking Clevelanders to participate in his community-based art project.
An organizer of an international triennial of contemporary art sold more than 110 artists on the charms of Cleveland and the surrounding area.
New plays are portraying and exploring opioid addiction, using the theater industry’s response to the AIDS epidemic as a model.
The band, formed of musicians who were wrongfully convicted of crimes, share their stories and offer hope when they take the stage.
The city wants to attract visitors and international attention with contemporary art.
Late-night TV satirists are setting up shop in Cleveland and Philadelphia at the G.O.P. and Democratic conventions.