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Walk All Over Waterloo 

When: Fri., Nov. 4 2016
With only two monthly first Friday “Walk All Over Waterloo” events left in 2016, the neighborhood may have saved the best for last. Taking place from 5 to 10 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 4, November’s WAOW features openings throughout the Waterloo Arts District. Waterloo Arts showcases Cleveland-based cartoonist Derf’s latest graphic novel, the ongoing The Baron of Prospect Ave. As part of his Creative Workforce Fellowship year, Derf is releasing the comic on his website for free. Original art from his current project, as well as his other graphic novels will be for sale. Meanwhile, the Maria Neil Art Project presents Matthew Chojnacki’s Alternative Movie Posters II in their main gallery space and a new exhibition by Pita Brooks in the Native Cleveland Annex. Jerry Schmidt debuts a new series of intermedia collaborations with 11 local artists at his Waterloo 7 Studio & Gallery during a one night only exhibition at his studio. However, the sculptures will travel to the I-X Center for the Fabulous Food Show. Praxis Fiber Workshop hosts Lindsay Cashews’ #GLITZTRASH. The Detroit-based, Cleveland native performance artist and designer graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2013 with a double major in Fiber/Material Studies and Contemporary Drawing. Her work has been featured in Chicago, Detroit and New York Fashion Week. Free. At Praxis’ opening, live models will be wearing her work in the gallery. Free. (Unman) waterlooarts.org.

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