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2015 FEATURED EVENTS

2015

Opening night Gala Preview Party catered by LUXE Kitchen and Lounge

05.07.2015

Thursday, May 7th, 5-9pm


Wine and Hors D’Oeuvres, complementary valet parking


Ticket are $50/person in advance or at the door, payable by cash, check or VISA/Mastercard and redeemable for Re-Admission Saturday and Sunday.


FINE ART COLLECTORS PANEL DISCUSSION

05.09.2015


As part of our educational programing, a Fine Arts Collectors panel discussion will be open to the public and held on Saturday, May 9th at 1:30 at the nearby BOP STOP, the Music Settlement’s Listening Room at 2920 Detroit Avenue. Moderated by Jan Driesbach of the Akron Art Museum, the discussion will feature representatives from the Cleveland Clinic Art Program, Progressive Art Collection and a private regional art collector who will discuss aspects of developing art collections. 

Lunch will be available at the BOP Stop from 11am to 1:30 pm

Moderator: Jan Driesbach, Chief Curator, Akron Art


Panelists:

Bellamy Printz, Cleveland Clinic Art Program Curator
Kristin Rogers, Progressive Art Collection, Art Education Manager Dr. Jon Logan, regional art collector

ICA OPEN HOUSE

05.08.15

Intermuseum Conservation Association (ICA) will be holding an open house from 1 to 4pm. Visitors can tour the lab facilities for free to see behind the scenes areas and meet the conservators of paintings, paper, objects and textiles. ICA was the nation’s first non-profit regional art conservation center, founded by the directors of six midwestern museums in 1952 to provide cost effective art conservation services. In 2003, it relocated to 2915 Detroit Avenue in the historic Vitrolite Building. Visitors can enter on the north side of Church Avenue just before W. 29th St., directly across from the Transformer Station. 

ARTExpo 2015

The Northern Ohio Art Dealers Association is pleased to announce its 2015 ARTExpo, May 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th. The Expo will be held at Fred and Laura Ruth Bidwell Foundation'sTransformer Station, 1460 West 29th Street in Cleveland, Ohio.


The Transformer Stationis a cultural facility devoted to showing the Bidwells’ private photography collection and also serves as a venue for significant new contemporary art projects curated by the Cleveland Museum of Art.


NOADA is an association of Ohio fine art galleries and dealers formed to promote professionalism in the marketing and sale of fine art. Concurrent to this goal of professionalism, is our objective to provide education to the public relating to the sale and collecting of original works of art. The NOADA ArtExpo 2015 is our annual exhibition open to the public that provides educational opportunities while showcasing our members and their fine offerings.

The ARTExpo offers a unique opportunity for patrons to browse and purchase fine works of art from some of Ohio’s most respected dealers and galleries. These offerings include a cross section of historic, regional, international and contemporary paintings, drawings, fine prints, photography, fiber art and sculpture. All of the participating galleries and dealers have placed art with major museums in addition to private and corporate collections. This is the only expo of its kind in the region and the only place where such diversified offerings can be found.

We are happy to welcome back exhibitor, Carl Solway Gallery from Cincinnati, Ohio, who was unable to exhibit with us in 2014. Carl Solway Gallery is a nationally respected gallery that specializes in modern and contemporary art including painting, sculpture, graphics and new media incorporating video and electronics. Also, we are welcoming a new exhibitor, Maria Neil Art Project from Cleveland, Ohio, who focuses on the works of regional, emerging artists.

The ARTExpo 2015 will be open to the public Thursday, May 7th to Sunday, May 10. A Preview Gala will take place Thursday evening from 5PM to 9PM. Tickets for Thursday’s Preview Gala are $50. General admission will be 11AM to 5PM on Friday and Saturday, 12PM to 5PM on Sunday. General admission tickets are $10. A secure parking lot will be available around the corner throughout the ARTExpo and valet parking will be available during Thursday’s Preview Gala. As part of our educational programming, Saturday afternoon will feature a Collector’s Talk, open to the public, to be held at the BOP STOP, the Music Settlement’s listening room, at 2920 Detroit Avenue. More details will follow later regarding the speakers and time.​​​



ARTExpo 2015 Hours of Admission:
THURSDAY: 5PM - 9PM (PREVIEW GALA)
FRIDAY: 11AM - 5PM
SATURDAY: 11AM - 5PM
SUNDAY: NOON - 5PM
LOCATION: THE TRANSFORMER STATION, 1460 W. 29TH ST, CLEVELAND OH, 44113 
   


ARTEXPO 2015 SCHEDULE
THURSDAY, MAY 7TH

  • Opening Night Gala Preview Party catered by LUXE Kitchen and Lounge from 5 to 9pm. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served and complementary valet parking will be available. Tickets are $50/person and may be purchased in advance or at the door with cash, check or VISA/Mastercard only. Tickets are also good for readmission throughout the weekend. 

FRIDAY, MAY 8TH

  • General Admission and VIP Gala Re-Admission 11am - 5pm.

  • Intermuseum Conservation Association (ICA) open house from 1 - 4pm.

SATURDAY, MAY 9TH

  • General Admission and VIP/Gala Re-Admission 11am to 5pm. Tickets are $10/person and may be purchased at the door with cash, check or VISA/Mastercard only.

  • Fine Art Collectors Panel Discussion will be open to the public and held on Saturday, May 9th at 1:30 at the nearby BOP STOP, the Music Settlement’s Listening Room at 2920 Detroit Avenue. Moderated by Jan Driesbach of the Akron Art Museum, the discussion will feature representatives from the Cleveland Clinic Art Program, Progressive Art Collection and a private regional art collector who will discuss aspects of developing art collections. ​ 

    *Lunch will also be available at the BOP Stop from 11am to 1:30 pm  

​​SUNDAY, MAY 10TH

  • General Admission and VIP/Gala Re-Admission 11am to 5pm. Tickets are $10/person and may be purchased at the door with cash, check or VISA/Mastercard only.

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ARTExpo 2015

05.08.2015 - 05.10.2015

NOADA will be presenting ARTExpo 2015 at the Transformer Station, 1460 West 29th Street, Cleveland, May 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th. The ARTExpo will open with a VIP Preview Party on Thursday, May 7th, tickets are $50 per person. Friday, Saturday and Sunday general admission tickets are $10 per person. 

ICA Open House

03.15.2014

Intermuseum Conservation Association (ICA) will be holding an open house from 11am till 3pm. The ICA is located in the historic Vitrolite Building at 2915 Detroit Avenue, however patrons are asked to use the Church Avenue entrance directly across from the Transformer Station. Attendees will be able to view the ICA lab facility, see behind the scenes areas of the building and meet the conservators of paintings, paper, objects and textiles.

Opening night Gala Preview Party presented by LUXE Kitchen and Lounge

03.14.2014

Friday, March 14th, 5-9pm


Wine and Hors D’Oeuvres, complementary valet parking


Ticket are $50/person in advance or at the door, payable by cash, check or VISA/Mastercard and redeemable for Re-Admission Saturday and Sunday.


Art Historian and Scholar Dr. Henry Adams holds a gallery talk and book signing at ARTExpo 2014

03.15.2014 - 03.16.2014

Saturday afternoon at 2:00pm, noted art historian, Dr. Henry Adams, will lead visit​ors on a "walk and talk" through the Transformer Station. Sunday afternoon at 2:00pm Dr. Adams will be signing copies of his newly published book, Painting in Pure Color: Modern Art in Cleveland Before the Armory Show, 1908-1913. Dr. Adams has written and published many books, curated noteworthy traveling exhibitions and collaborated with Ken Burns on a PBS documentary. He has been singled out by Art News as one of the foremost experts in the field of American Art. 

SAVE THE DATE!!!!

03.14.2014 - 03.16.2014

NOADA will be presenting ARTExpo 2014 at the Transformer Station, 1460 West 29th Street, Cleveland, March 14th, 15th and 16th. The ARTExpo will open with a VIP Preview Party on Friday, March 14th, tickets are $50 per person. Saturday and Sunday general admission tickets are $10 per person.