Cleveland Photo Fest

Parma’s only art gallery, Prama Artspace Gallery, located at 5411 Pearl Rd., is one of the over 30 galleries and art spaces participating in the 1st annual Cleveland Photo Fest. TAKE A GOOD LOOK, an exhibition of creative personal photographs by 20 Brush High School Students, curated by their instructor Hadley Conner, opened on August 24th. This exhibit explores a wide range of subject matter, including underwater works, macro photos, and street photography. This is a very interesting and creative exhibit. It runs through September 18th. 

Following at Prama, will be BEYOND THE CAMERA – MANIPULATED PHOTOGRAPHY which opens September 20th through October 24th. 

The Cleveland Photo Fest, a nonprofit, was established in 2019 as an annual event for the benefit of the Greater Clevelanders who support photography as a fine art. It’s directors are Laura D’Alessandro, a fine art photographer, writer and educator, Jim Szudy, a photographer who also does web design, social media and marketing, and Herbert Ascherman Jr., an international photographer, lecturer, teacher and historian. Cleveland Photo Fest showcases both professional and beginner photography from photographers local, national and international. 

For more information on the Cleveland Photo Fest, or locations of the other exhibitions visit www.clevelandphotofest.org.

Kathryn Mabin

Board Secretary of Parma Area Fine Arts Council, Inc, or PAFAC, and Artist/Jewlery Designer, Owner Aire of Oppulence.

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Volume 11, Issue 9, Posted 2:14 PM, 09.02.2019