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Where Are Artists?

The most basic way to understand the location decisions of artists is to see where they are currently living by pinpointing their current addresses on a map.  The database of 4,016 individual artist addresses was used to geocode or map their locations.  After completing this, Northern Ohio Data and Information Service (NODIS) and CPAC staff used a block group level map of the number of artists and artists per adult population (based on 2000 Census data), along with Geographic neighborhoods in the county.

The twenty-four artists neighborhoods are listed below and shown in the following maps.

Asiatown / St. Clair-Superior Forest Hill
Baldwin Wallace / Berea Kamm's Corners
Buckeye-Shaker Square-Larchmere Lakewood
Cedar-Lee/Cedar Fairmount  Northeast Shores
Chagrin Valley Ohio City
Coventry Village Severance
Detroit-Shoreway / Gordon Square South Shaker
Downtown Bedford St. Hyacinth
Downtown Cleveland Strongsville
East Shaker / Mercer Tremont
Edgewater University Circle / Little Italy
Fairview Park / Rocky River West Shore

The map below shows artist neighborhoods colors are used to distinguish the neighborhoods.   

Putting Artists on the Map - Artists Locations

The second map shows artists and artist neighborhoods.  This map has red dots to show the areas that are most populated by artists.   

Putting Artists on the Map - Artists Locations

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