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The Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District will host a 2008 poster contest for students in kindergarten through grade 12. The theme is "Water is Life." Submissions are due at the district's headquarters in Valley View by April 1.

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March 14, 2008- April 13, 2008Convivium33 Gallery
1433 East 33rd Street (off Superior Ave.)
216.881.7838 or
Gallery Hours
Tuesday-Friday: 11am-2pm & Weekends -10am- 2pm

  Opening Reception: Friday, March 14 from 6pm –9pm
World-renowned Cleveland artist, Reverend Albert Lee Wagner passed away on September 1 of 2006 leaving his family, his ministry and his art behind.  For Cleveland’s “Black Moses,” God and art were his salvation.  The Salvation of the Reverend Albert Wagner is now coming forward; THE EXHIBITION showcases his art and shares his story.  It is all very continuous, powerful and left up to interpretation. 
Please join Convivium33 Gallery and his ministry, The People Love People House of God, as Convivium’s gallery doors open to a collection of works that speak to you and take you on a journey of redemption and salvation.  Albert believed that his art was an extension of his ministry and his personal beliefs.  As it grows in prominence, the Reverend’s work has become a powerful extension of his voice, allowing his message and mission to live on.

Preview the exhibition at special mass on Wednesday, March 12 at 7 pm at Convivum33 Gallery. Join the artist’s family and friends, for a unique evening, as his daughter and minister of his parish, Sister Bonita celebrates Albert’s art and serves his parish.   There is no charge for the evening but seating is limited.  Please call Convivum33 Gallery for reservations or visit


THE EXHIBITION is just one of several captivating simultaneous events focusing on the art and life of Reverend Albert Wagner. 

ONE BAD CAT:  The Reverend Albert Wagner Story is the focus of a new FILM recently awarded the coveted “Best Documentary” category at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, California.  ONE BAD CAT will debut at the Cleveland International Film Festival March 6-16, 2008.  (Cleveland International Film Festival 866.865.FILM or for details.
Visit to view a trailer.

 Join SPACES for a reception Thursday, March 13 at 9pm after the screening of One Bad Cat, a documentary on the life and art of Reverend Albert Wagner at the Cleveland International Film Festival. Director of the film, Tom Miller, along with friends and family will speak about Wagner’s work and respond to the film. Various works by Wagner from public and private collections will be on view that night only.  This event is free and open to the public. Call 216.621.2314 or visit for more details. SPACES is located at 2220 Superior Viaduct, Cleveland OH 44113

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What does tomorrow look like? For Fritz Haeg it is a place where rather than waste precious natural resources on vanity-scapes like the ubiquitous front lawn we learn to work with the earth and find both beauty and functionality in personal and social investments such as his  “Edible Estates”. It is a tomorrow that includes architecture as a way of relocating animals to their natural habitats. Haeg will discuss his work as an architect, designer, educator, curator, artist, in short---visionary, as well as his ideas about an alternate model to the artist as isolated creator.
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