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Summer Programming at Northside Farmers Market


This summer, PAR-Projects will be collaborating with the Northside Farmers Market to provide weekly art programming!  Every Wednesday, 4PM - 7PM, Team PAR- will be at the Farmers Market helping neighbors create FREE art activities that are BOTH adult and kid friendly. 

Once a month, PAR-Projects will also host a pop-up exhibition in the Hoffner Park gazebo. Check out the schedule below for more details about our summer pop-up exhibitions.
  • May - Ashley Jackson solo exhibition
  • June - Sarah Rodriguez solo exhibition
  • July - Garrett Goben solo exhibition
  • August - open call exhibition
  • September – open call exhibition
  • October - group printmaking exhibition curated by PAR-Projects
Local artists are encouraged to apply to the open call exhibitions in August and September, so please stay tuned for more details of that application process! 

For now though...

Plan to join us on Wednesday May 8th for our first summer pop-up exhibition.  Prep work  will feature original work by writer and illustrator Ashley Jackson.  Ashley's work features empowered female characters and her narratives fluctuate between pure fantasy and autobiographical stories.  She currently lives and works in Cleveland, Ohio.  

  



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