The Sculpture Center is hosting its first Free Community Cookout on Saturday, July 29, from 12 – 4 p.m. for our neighbors and their families, artists, and the greater Cleveland community, at The Sculpture Center (1834 E. 123rd St. Cleveland, Ohio, just south of Euclid Avenue and next to Lake View Cemetery).
“The Sculpture Center organized this first Free Community Cookout to celebrate the summer in Cleveland with everyone from our area. We particularly want to extend a hand to individuals from underserved and minority communities to network and discover The Sculpture Center’s resources for families and for early and mid-career artists,” says Megan McCollum, summer Marketing & Community Outreach ARTS Intern at The Sculpture Center, B.A. Candidate (2018) in Illustration with an emphasis in Graphic Design at the Cleveland Institute of Art, and co-organizer of the event.
“The Sculpture Center wants individuals from the underserved and minority communities of Cleveland to understand that there there is opportunity for the public to enjoy other free events here, like artists talks and exhibition openings, as well as visiting our exhibitions all year long,” says Nafis Watson, summer Marketing & Community Outreach ARTS Intern at The Sculpture Center, B.F.A. Candidate (2019) in Sculpture and Expanded Media at the Cleveland Institute of Art, and co-organizer of the event.
The Sculpture Center’s first Summer Community Cookout on Saturday, July 29, from 12 – 4 p.m. is free and open to the public, family-oriented, and handicap accessible. Location: The Sculpture Center, 1834 E. 123rd St. (beside the Euclid Ave. HealthLine and Little Italy RTA stop). Parking is free. Vegetarian options and kid-friendly crafts will be available. Rain Date: August 5, 2017.