Arts + Culture

Street Level The Cleveland Flea with founder Stephanie Sheldon (second from right).

What if the Cleveland Flea became a conference? It just did.


Breaking Ground The new Lotus Club at Severance Hall is designed for the Cleveland Orchestra's top supporters.

Cleveland Orchestra debuts members-only Lotus Club


Feature Story It’s Up to Us Mural by John Rivera-Resto

The future of La Villa Hispana: These 5 projects are set to transform the Clark-Fulton neighborhood


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Cleveland's collection of world-class arts institutions would be a boon for a city of any size. For nearly a century the Cleveland Museum of Art has served as one of the finest galleries in all the land, recently made all the better thanks to a just-completed $350-million transformation. Rubbing shoulders with the museum for the past 100 years has been the Cleveland Orchestra, which delights fine-music fans at home-base Severance Hall. Toss in the Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland Institute of Music, Playhouse Square, Cleveland Public Theatre, Museum of Natural History, Cleveland International Film Festival, the Rock Hall, live-music clubs, and funky galleries too numerous to name, it is clear that art, indeed, lives here.