Building community through the arts.
                                                 Building the arts through the community.

Building the community through the arts. Building the arts through the community.

Welcome to the Shaker Arts Council

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Shaker Arts Council presented Verb Ballets as part of the 2014-2015 Aha! Season

On Friday, January 30, more than 80 people enjoyed an intimate performance by Verb Ballets in the sanctuary of Christ Episcopal Church. Without a set or theatrical lighting, the audience could concentrate of the beautiful movements of the 8 extremely talented dancers. The program featured the classical ballet of two duets, originally choreographed by Heinz Poll, the contemporary ballet of a piece entitled Similar, a more modern piece, Passing By, choreographed by Antonio Brown, and concluded with the haunting Four Last Songs.

The audience enjoyed hors d'oeuvres, donated in part by Fresh Market, before the performance and dessert afterwards as well as a meet-and-greet with the performers. SHAC was pleased to present a Shaker-based company as part of its current season. (Photos provided by Verb Ballets)


Watch for information on the next Aha! performance
Verditas String Quartet

Friday, May 1, 2015
7:00pm





Shaker Arts Council, City of Shaker Heights & 
Ohio Designer Craftsmen


announce the

2015 Shaker Heights Arts & Music Festival

New venue!
Eastbound Shaker Boulevard
between Warrensville Center Road and Belvoir

Click here for the ODC artist application
Deadline to apply is April 24, 2015




The 2015 SHAC 
Aha! Season and the Shaker Heights Arts & Music Festival are sponsored in part by the residents of
Cuyahoga County through a public grant of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture







www.levinea-d.com


Meet Sally Levine
Architect, artist & educator

Sally’s firm, Levine Architecture and Design, Ltd., designs both residential and commercial projects, and her architecture can be seen throughout the Cleveland area and in Boston, Cape May, Chicago, Connecticut and Santa Monica. She is a nationally recognized expert on Universal/Accessible Design, and her work is underscored by this philosophy of inclusion.  As a LEED Accredited Professional, Sally matches her human-centered design work with a deep commitment to sustainability and the environment.

Sally designs with an understanding that people want more than function in their buildings; they want architecture that lifts their spirits. Additionally, she designs many of SHAC’s graphic images. Sally has had solo art exhibits from San Francisco to Boston; and her artwork has been included in group exhibitions as far away as Milan, Italy. Currently, Sally teaches the architecture studio sequence at CWRU.  



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