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    Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts with Waterloo Arts by taking our online survey. The feedback you provide will be part of our strategic planning process and will help to shape the future of Waterloo Arts. Thank you!
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Free Mother’s Day Concert!

Mary Beth Ions and the Amethyst Quartet  Sunday May 12 @ 4 pm  Mary Beth Ions (violin), Carol Ruzicka (second violin), Laura Kuennen Poper (viola) and Kent Collier (cello) will play a Whitman’s Sampler of favorites from Bach to Broadway. Mary Beth introduces the music with delightful commentary throughout the concert and welcomes questions and […]


We want to hear from YOU!!

Waterloo Arts is undertaking a strategic planning effort to set a clear vision for the future of the organization and the first step in this process is to gather input and feedback from our community. Please take a few minutes to fill out our online survey and help shape the future of Waterloo Arts. The […]


In the Gallery: Orlando Caraballo, Amirah Cunningham & Azziz Muhammad

WHAT GOES UP… Orlando Caraballo, Amirah Cunningham & Azziz Muhammad APRIL 5- MAY 15   OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 6-9 PM   Three emerging artist reflect on social hierarchy as it pertains to black and brown people. Caraballo comments, “The phrase ‘what goes up must come down’ can be a phrase of trepidation or hope, […]


Waterloo Arts strives to be a creative hub for the presentation and exploration of thought-provoking art and design.  We advocate for a neighborhood where artists live and work and their contribution is regarded as vital to the health of the community.

Waterloo Arts is a member of Greater Cleveland Community Shares. Community Shares supports local nonprofit organizations working for long-term, sustainable solutions to build a stronger Cleveland. Learn more about Community Shares and supporting social justice through workplace giving at www.communityshares.org