5 Online Arts Options for Northeast Ohio Jan 7-13
It's 2021, and the cold and COVID-19 have us stuck indoors with our loved ones. Keep things upbeat and bright with these online options from Northeast Ohio's artists and cultural institutions.
Thomas Anonymous and Vanity Crash
Cleveland performance artist Thomas Anonymous joins the band Vanity Crash for a virtual tribute to David Bowie commemorating the fifth anniversary of the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's death. They livestream "A Lad Insane: The Beautiful Mind of David Bowie" Friday, January 8 and Saturday, January 9 at 7 p.m.
The Cleveland Institute of Art's Cinematheque presents the documentary, "Museum Town," about the evolution of the largest museum of contemporary art in the world - Mass MoCA. The film is available January 8-28 online in the Cinematheque's Virtual Multiplex.
Akron Art Museum
The Akron Art Museum presents its weekly art talks "On Process" featuring local artists and writers discussing their work in informal conversations with the museum's staff. New talks are uploaded each Saturday to both the museum's YouTube page and web page.
Dobama in Cleveland Heights offers its "Soliloquy Project," a six-part series of short films featuring monologues from past Dobama productions and contemporary playwrights. Four of the six films are available now via the theater's web site.
Cleveland Public Theatre
CPT hosts its monthly open mic for playwrights, "The Dark Room," where writers get the spotlight and the chance to workshop their plays. "The Dark Room" is available to writers and performers as well as audience members on the second Tuesday of the month including Tuesday, January 12 at 7:15 p.m.