Permanent Display of 40+ Historic Images Will Be Unveiled Friday, July 12 in Tremont

CLEVELAND (July 10, 2019) – Tremont’s first outdoor Art + History Museum will be unveiled during Walkabout Tremont this Friday (July 12) at 6 p.m. at the southeast corner of Professor and College Avenues. More than 40 images of old Tremont will be on permanent display—weatherproof, digital reproductions of water colors, oils, collages, line-art and even old postcards.

The Tremont West Development Corporation Arts Committee, in cooperation with the Tremont History Project and the Tremont Central Block Club, will be unveiling the permanent display. The images will be bolted to the newly painted wood fence and are all designed for 24/7, 12-month exposure. Every piece in the Tremont Art + History collection was created between 1862 and 1950.

In the near future, the Arts Committee hopes to expand the Tremont Art + History Museum with an additional section that features views of Tremont by contemporary local artists. Plans also are underway to install lighting.