Building our Schedule
We have made some big changes to our business, and we will not be doing as many art fairs and shows this year. But that does mean we will plan to be at some events this year. As of this post we have applciations in, and are waiting for the word to come from the juries of each of these festivals. But this is what we know:
Our Schedule: We can tell you that we are at 78th Street Studios on the third friday of each month, located in the studio of Allen Kradlak and Jeff Dube, on the second floor in #203. 78th street studios was formerly the creative studios of American Greeting. It is now home to ~45 studios, galleries, makers, and musicians. In addition there is a theatre company located in the building that will hopefully come back soon (covid shut them down). It is a maze of a building with 3 floors of artists and adventure every third friday. We perch in a little corner of the studio of Allen, who is a ceramic artist, and Jeff, a fine jeweler. This is the only time that all of the studios and galleries are open to the public, with a constant flow of people visiting. The hours are 5pm to 8pm.
78th street studios are located on West 78th street north of Lake Avenue, just adjacent to the intersection of Detroit Avenue and Lake Avenue. There is ample parking adjacent to the building, and in the lot next door off Baker Street. Each month offers a different experience. Its a fun time.
We also know we will be at Cambridge,Ohio for the Salt Fork Art Festival. The festival is held in Cambridge park, and will be Friday August 13 through Sunday August 15th. In past years there have been 50-75 artists in a multitude of different art forms. The festival originally began focusing on local handcrafts of pioneers, but has changed to a more eclectic art fair. click on the salt fork graphic to visit their website.
As we hear back on the shows we have applied to we will update the website and send out posts advertising them. Stay tuned