Parma Art Scene

Prama Artspace & Gallery, 5411 Pearl Rd, is featuring Huemachine, on July 15, 2022, at 7:30 PM. Huemachine is the next step in the evolution of music. Greater then all so called archaic forms of music. More evolved then Kraftwerk, light years ahead of the rest. Snacks provided. 

Prama Artspace & Gallery - Oh The Places He Will Go, a photography exhibit, opens July 22, 2022, 6:00 PM. This show is about place, whether real or imagined, whether inside or outside the mind.

Sean Mabin’s photograph, titled Rust Belt Relic, was accepted to the juried exhibit at Stella’s Art Gallery in Willoughby which featured The Extended View from Lakeland Community College’s May Show.

Call For Arts Instructors – The Parma Area Fine Arts Council is searching for artists of various mediums interested in teaching classes or workshops. Instructors are paid the going rate. If interested please send an email to, with your contact information and the type of class and/or workshop you’d like to teach.

Local Artists Katie Harroff and Donata Rahne will be exhibiting at the Beachwood Library, located at 25501 Shaker Blvd, in July. Opening reception on July 3, 2022 from 1:00 to 5:00 PM. This show runs through July 28th. Both are members of Parma Area Fine Arts Council.

Farm Art Day at Stearns Homestead is brought to you by the Parma Area Historical Society, Saturday, July 9, 2022. Artists of all ages and mediums are invited to set up their easel and create their farm related works of art. Artists should pre-register by sending your name, age (if under age 18), and medium at, with subject Farm Art Day. Artists will set up 9:30 – 10:00 AM. Stearns opens to the public at 11:00 AM. Visitors will be able to view artists at work.

Call For Photographers - Cleveland Photo Fest is undertaking an event of historic proportions! One Million Photos, the world’s largest photography show is an epic event. The exhibit will be held at a gallery on Prospect Avenue in Cleveland in December of 2022. Anyone from anywhere in the world, amateur or professional, is encouraged to submit their photos, and it’s free. Use your camera, iPad, tablet, Android or iPhone to submit your digital photos.  This is your chance to be a part of a historic event and have bragging rights for the rest of your life.  For details, more information, or to submit photos go to

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 14, Issue 7, Posted 6:19 PM, 07.02.2022