Summer Camp Artwork on Display for CLE Earth Day Event
CLEVELAND, OH – City Hall Rotunda
This past summer, Cleveland mixed media artist Ron Shelton, illuminated Rainey Summer Campers to the devastating impact plastic is having on our environment. The campers participated in a plastic upcycling project that culminated into a beautiful, massive tapestry.
While the tapestry normally makes it’s home in the Lobby at Rainey Institute, Mr. Shelton will be exhibiting the incredible plastic mat tapestries at Sustainable Cleveland’s “Every day is Earth Day”, an exhibition for the upcoming Earth Month celebration series. The event will be held on Friday, April 8, 2022, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Cleveland City Hall Rotunda.
There is no cost for this event, but registration is limited. Register Here
Rainey Institute is where the arts change lives by enriching and inspiring a broad community of learners through excellent, accessible arts programming. With a commitment to holistic youth development, Rainey’s programs utilize the arts as a platform to empower youth to become confident individuals who value creativity, learning, diversity, and self-expression. Rainey offers year-round music, drama, dance, and visual arts programs after school, during the summer, and on weekends. Each year, 2,500 youth from the Hough and St.Clair/Superior neighborhoods, East Cleveland, and on the west side engage in Rainey’s programs. Whether a child is interested in the intensive study of one art form, or simply seeking an arts-enriched experience, Rainey is here to provide possibilities to Cleveland’s deserving kids.
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