Special thanks to the American Greetings Young Professionals Resource Network who spent their day with us here at Rainey. Our students decorated masks, ate candy, made art projects and played a pumpkin-picking game complete with fun prizes. Thank you American Greetings for all the special things you do for us throughout the year.
By renewing Issue 8, you will help secure arts funding for the next 10 years. You will join the effort that allows Cleveland to support thousands of jobs, attract millions of visitors, contribute hundreds of millions of dollars into our economy every year, enhance education, and instill pride in our residents. Please vote for Issue […]
Rainey Institute has been collaborating with students from The Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner College of Medicine to engage in an artistic exploration of health, well-being and social cohesion in our neighborhoods. This beautiful bench reflects the experience students had and sheds light on issues that are important to our children. We are so grateful for this […]
Thanks to the generosity of The Cleveland Foundation, we are thrilled to be welcoming our “Creative Fusion” artist-in-residence to the Rainey Institute Family. Narumol Thammapruksa, aka ‘Kop’ is a theatre artist and Ph.D. student in peace building from Thailand. She provides personal storytelling workshops and turns the stories into a play. Kop is also a […]
Rainey Institute’s El Sistema Coordinator, Courtney Watson, was honored to play at Cleveland City Hall yesterday during a public viewing of the late former congressman, Louis Stokes. We are grateful that she could share her musical gifts to honor an esteemed member of our community who will be dearly missed.
Have you registered yet for our 2015-2016 After School Program? Classes begin on August 31st and we’d love to have your child join us! Students can participate in either our El Sistema@Rainey program or our Arts Enrichment program to learn new skills, make friends and have fun. Register Now
The Cleveland Council on World Affairs is excited to welcome a diverse group of international visitors who are interested in empowering youth through the performing arts! You are invited to the “Global Arts Community Performance” on August 10th at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Ohio City. (2600 Church Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113) Admission is free […]
The New York Times confirms what we, at Rainey, already know is true….music makes our brain sing! Although summer camp is completely full, we have plenty of opportunities for young singers to find their voices starting in the Fall. We hope you can join us! Read the full New York Times article