Comité Mexicano de Cleveland brings the beauty of Mexico to Cleveland through art, music, educational workshops, and neighborhood initiatives. The organization’s 25 artists and leaders have big dreams for the future and fill a much needed spot left by Club Azteca and the Hispanic Alliance.
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After two years of planning amidst the difficulties of the Covid-19 pandemic, stakeholders in Cleveland’s Clark-Fulton neighborhood on the west side have unveiled the fruits of their labor: a master plan that is aimed at guiding equitable development in the neighborhood.
A new project from Julia de Burgos Cultural Arts Center will brighten an empty building in the Clark-Fulton neighborhood. The boarded-up Weber building at 3140 W. 25th St. will soon be adorned with three new murals by Latinx artists Gilberto Rivera, Bruno Casiano and Gabriel Mercano, improving the look of the building while giving space to marginalized voices.
A former awning factory on Cleveland’s west side is about to start producing something altogether different: art. Out of an old industrial space with soaring high ceilings, the Cleveland Museum of Art has fashioned a new Community Arts Center, a vibrant place for residents of the Clark-Fulton neighborhood to gather, learn, create, and share.