Cleveland chapter of AIGA, a membership-based organization for designers.
| Craft, Design, Nonprofits, Visual
The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve preserves the art and artistic legacies of premiere Ohio artists. We store their art, have exhibitions for both community and member/archived artists, conduct oral histories, create publications of art, publicize/promote shows and accomplishments of member artists, provide networking opportunities. There are also educational opportunities available through workshops and forums.
Address: 1834 East 123rd Street, Cleveland, Ohio
Phone: (216) 721-9020
| Design, Visual
The Cleveland Digital Publishing Users Group (CDPUG) helps the area's top graphics and publishing professionals with education, news, technical support, networking and professional development. Monthly meetings, special interest groups, electronic and print publications, seminars, design competitions and much more contribute to the mission.
Address: P.O. Box 22076 | Cleveland, OH 44122
| Design, Not discipline specific
This is a detailed guide of Cleveland's neighborhoods, written by local shop owner (and lover of all things Cleveland) Danielle Dubow. The guide details local businesses to eat, drink, shop and play within each neighborhood.
| Craft, Design, Media, Visual
Design Culture Cleveland is an online art and design information resource dedicated to offering consumers a comprehensive listing of greater Cleveland area's artists and artisans, shops, designers and professionals with a focus on the many aspects of art and design. With our directory and events calendar, newsletter and blog, our goal is to promote local artists, designers and shopkeepers and to cultivate design and the arts in the greater Cleveland area.
| Craft, Design
Consulting, marketing and graphic design services for artists, designers and craftspeople. I'm one of you - I own Blue Orchid Handbags and have been selling my bags for over 7 years. I understand what you need to succeed!
| Design, Visual
Download a teachers guide to using architecture to create a design response to community trauma.
| Craft, Design, Nonprofits, Media, Visual
Free and open to all, to use think[box], start by viewing an Orientation Presentation, which explains general lab policies as well as how to get started using machines at the lab. If you would like to bring a group or class to think[box], please read the Information for Groups and Classes.