Art EverySpace is honored to be helping with CAN Triennial! An event highlighting 135+ local artists at 17 local galleries in 6 different neighborhoods around town! More details to be announced, event to take place this Summer (July/August).
Please join us on Friday, March 4th for our FUNDRAISER at FIG so we can further support local arts + culture: https://www.facebook.com/events/3014981008751873/
What is the CAN Triennial: You Are Here?
The CAN Triennial: “YOU ARE HERE” is a Northeast Ohio multi-venue exhibition focusing on local artists representing this moment, the present, in time, place, and history in Cleveland. CAN Triennial started in 2016 and has continued making its mark in Cleveland ever since. We’ve been working with an intergenerational, diverse team of curators from a range of institutional affiliations.
CAN Triennial YOU ARE HERE is presented by Collective Arts Network with support from the Cleveland Foundation, The George Gund Foundation, Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, Ohio Arts Council, Cleveland Institute of Art, and individual donors. This page is updated as new partners join us. If you’d like to support CAN Triennial, please reach out to Stephanie Kluk, development director.
What is the CAN (Collective Arts Network)
CAN began its roots in 2011 when about 28 small and mid-size visual arts groups and organizations came together to strategize ways in which they could support the local economy and raise awareness for the visual arts in Northeast Ohio. Since 2011, CAN has transformed and evolved into the CAN Journal in 2012, boasting over 100 members.
Its primary projects are the quarterly print magazine CAN Journal, the website CANjournal.org, its blog, and the e-newsletter CAN Weekly. Additional projects include CAN Triennial, a regionally focused, curated art exhibit.
Our Work with CAN
Our team helped to curate and assemble dozens of exhibitions in various locations throughout Northeast Ohio. We wanted to highlight Ohio’s talented and unique artists as well as their stories and commentary on location, politics, culture, and more. Our goal is to not only highlight local artists and drive conversation, but give the community an experiential journey around our city and help to expand our understandings of places, each other, and ultimately action.
This page is updated as new partners join us. If you’d like to support CAN Triennial, please reach out to Stephanie Kluk, development director.
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