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Anthropocene: The Age of Humans

Fri., Jan. 19

The Cleveland Print Room celebrates its fifth anniversary today from 5 to 9 p.m. with a special reception launching Anthropocene, a new art exhibit that examines how humans affect the environment. The exhibit, which includes works by local artist Michael Loderstedt; former Clevelander, photojournalist Tom Laffay; and Oscar Palacio, a native Colombian who lives in Boston, runs through Feb. 24. Richard Smith, a former Clevelander and Thoreau reenactor at Walden Pond for 19 years, will attend the reception and speak as Thoreau tomorrow at 1 p.m. Additionally, the Cleveland-based Elu Dance Company will perform, and there will be a poetry reading by Clevelander Kisha Nicole Foster. The Print Room's first exhibition, Welcome to Hard Times, was a solo show by Youngstown native Vaughn Wascovich. Some of Wascovich's latest work will be presented on the Print Room's new Wall 5 during Anthropocene. (Niesel)

Mike Belkin and Carlo Wolff Discussion and Book Signing

Fri., Jan. 19

After chasing a professional baseball career in the Milwaukee Braves farm system, Mike Belkin decided to join the Belkin family clothing business. While still working for his parents, he began booking concerts in Cleveland, and soon Belkin Productions became synonymous with rock 'n' roll in Northeast Ohio. With a little help from co-author Carlo Wolff, Belkin tells his story in his new memoir, Socks, Sports, Rock and Art. Tonight at 7 at Visible Voice Books in Tremont, the two talk about the memoir. Admission is free. (Niesel)

Cleveland Tattoo Arts Convention

Fri., Jan. 19

Back for the third year, Villain Arts' Cleveland Tattoo Arts Convention brings together hundreds of tattoo artists and vendors from Cleveland and across the country for a weekend filled with tattoo sessions, entertainment, seminars, competitions and more at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland. Special guests include Cleen Rock One from Ink Master Season 9, James Vaughn from Ink Master Season 7 and Alli Baker from Best Ink. The convention takes place from 2 p.m. to midnight today, from 11 a.m. to midnight tomorrow, and from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are $20 per day or $40 for a three-day pass. For more information, visit the website. (Niesel)

Eating Atom Bombs

Fri., Jan. 19

Dana Schutz: Eating Atom Bombs, a new exhibit of 12 paintings and three drawings created by the artist primarily in the past year, speaks to "the precariousness of our current political and social moment." The show opens today at Transformer Station, which hosts an opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Schutz has a Cleveland connection. She graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2000 and has said the Cleveland Museum of Art has had an influence on her career. A discussion between Schutz and artist and historian Nell Painter, a professor emerita at Princeton University and author of the books The History of White People and Creating Black Americans, will take place at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Cleveland Museum of Art. (Niesel)

Fridays@7: Beethoven's Eroica

Fri., Jan. 19

To celebrate the Cleveland Orchestra's 100-year anniversary, conductor Franz Welser-Möst has created the Prometheus Project, a program that will explore Beethoven's music through the metaphor of Prometheus. Tonight, Welser-Möst will conduct the orchestra as it plays Beethoven's "Heroic Symphony." The concert begins tonight at 7 at Severance Hall. Consult the orchestra website for ticket prices. (Niesel)

Impractical Jokers 'Santiago Sent Us’ Tour

Fri., Jan. 19

The TruTV show Impractical Jokers follows the four members of comedy troupe the Tenderloins as they rehearse and prep for their live shows. The current tour, which stops at Wolstein Center tonight at 7:30, follows the guys as they tell their backstory and perform skits too raunchy for the TV program. Tickets start at $62.50. (Niesel)

Wolstein Center (map)
2000 Prospect Ave.
Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District
phone 216-687-9292
Impractical Jokers 'Santiago Sent Us’ Tour

Last Call Cleveland Goes Hollywood

Fri., Jan. 19

The local comedy troupe Last Call Cleveland will "go Hollywood" for tonight's show at the Outcault Theatre. Famous for its viral videos, the group will bring its unique mix of live and taped sketches to the venue, and will likely draw upon local culture for its routines. Shows start at 8:30 tonight and tomorrow night. Tickets are $18. (Niesel)

Materialized: Seven Artists Working in Metal

Fri., Jan. 19

Materialized: Seven Artists Working in Metal, a new show that opens today at Heights Arts features sketches, models, patterns and prototypes as it explores both traditional and new ways of working with meal. The show promises to present several themes, including "industrial vernacular, the study of form and function, innovative use of technology and visual metaphor." The show opens with a reception that starts tonight at 6. A gallery talk will take place at 7 p.m. on Feb. 15. (Niesel)

Heights Arts Gallery (map)
2175 Lee Rd.
Eastern Suburbs
phone 216-371-3457

78th Street Studios Third Friday Art Walk

Third Friday of every month

Stop by SmArt Space, on the ramp level of the 78th Street Studios, for the Third Friday Art Walk that takes place today between 5 and 9:30 p.m. More than 50 studios and galleries will participate in this popular indoor art walk; be sure to check out spots like the Derek Hess Gallery, Tregoning & Company and Hilary Gent Studio. (Niesel)

Excel - Benefits and Hazards in Office 365

Fri., Jan. 19, 10-11 a.m.
phone 800-447-9407
support@compliance4All.com

Overview: In this valuable presentation, Excel expert David Ringstrom, CPA, explains how the Office 365 version of Excel 2016 differs from previous versions and perpetual licensed versions of Excel 2016. Historically, each major version of Excel was identical for all users, but that's no longer the case. Why should you Attend: Apply pivot table-specific options in the Office 365 version of Excel 2016 to minimize repetitive work Learn keyboard shortcuts and tips that will help you work more efficiently in Excel $ 150

http://www.compliance4all.com/
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phone 800-385-1627
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Excel - Benefits and Hazards in Office 365

Products Used in Early Phase IND Studies

Fri., Jan. 19, 10-11:15 a.m.
phone 800-447-9407
support@compliance4All.com

Overview: How it may be integrated with the recommendations of the guidance documents on CMC requirements. Areas Covered in the Session: Discussion of the elements found in the guidance document for Phase 1 material What to do at really early stages What about special IND studies? What about preclinical studies? Who Will Benefit: Regulatory Affairs personnel who coordinate activities for the CMC sections of submissions QA/QC personnel who need to plan work on early stage material R & D personnel who will contribute data to CMC sections Project managers for product development studies Quality systems auditors $ 150

http://www.compliance4all.com/
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Products Used in Early Phase IND Studies

Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation featuring Nikole Hannah-Jones

Fri., Jan. 19, 12:45-1:45 p.m.
phone 216-368-2229
mlkconvo2018@case.edu

Award-winning journalist and MacArthur Fellow, Nikole Hannah-Jones, headlines Case Western Reserve University's annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Convocation on Friday, January 19, 2018. Hannah-Jones writes on modern day civil rights for The New York Times Magazine. Her widely read articles on segregated housing and schools, as well as her deeply personal reports on the black experience in America, expose how racial inequality is maintained through official policy. Free

http://case.edu/events/mlk/

Cleveland Tattoo Arts Convention

Fri., Jan. 19, 2 p.m.-12 a.m. and Sat., Jan. 20, 11-12 & 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
phone 610-547-9861
tattooedkingpin@gmail.com

Villain Arts will be in Cleveland, Ohio this January 19th-21st, 2018 for the 3rd Annual Cleveland Tattoo Arts Convention, bringing with it hundreds of the world's best tattooers working on site, including a unique cast of bonafide Ink Master contestants, death defying side-show acts, burlesque and live human suspension. The event brings in and features tattooers native or local to Cleveland and an international spread of traveling tattoo-artists, merchants, vendors and industry magazines as well as professional supply manufacturers to the open-to-the-public tattoo tradeshow organized and promoted by Philadelphia tattooer and fine artist, Troy Timpel, who founded Villain Arts two $20/Day, $40/3-Day Pass

https://www.facebook.com/events/1341897235929026/

Happy Hour Slow Flow Yoga with Sound Healing

Fri., Jan. 19, 6-7:30 p.m.
phone 216-804-5708
sacredrebelyoga@gmail.com

Slow Flow yoga followed by crystal singing bowl meditative sound bath for healing by donation

http://www.sacredrebelyoga.com
Sacred Rebel Yoga (map)
3619 Walton Ave
West Side/Ohio City/Tremont/Detroit Shoreway
phone (216) 804-5708
sacredrebelyoga@gmail.com
Happy Hour Slow Flow Yoga with Sound Healing

Silverstein/Tonight Alive/Broadside/Tonight Alive

Fri., Jan. 19, 6 p.m.

Back in 2015, post-hardcore act Silverstein celebrated 15 years together with a show in Cleveland that made it seem as if the band was playing "a hometown gig." Tonight, the explosive Ontario-based act is back at House of Blues armed with a new album, last summer's Dead Reflection. And the record proves that singer Shane Told still has his screaming chops on lock, while the band's instrumentation is as tight as ever. Here, Silverstein's searingly emotional lyrics make you feel all of the feelings ... just like back in high school. (Laura Morrison) $20

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