Walkabout Tremont brings art openings, food and drink specials, live music and more to Tremont this Friday, October 14, from 5 to 10 p.m. Visitors can also enjoy locally produced art in many shops, restaurants and bars, and take a tour of one of Tremont’s iconic churches.


818 STUDIOS – 818 Jefferson Ave.
4 Your Love – works by 19 local artists
818 Studios is celebrating its 4th anniversary with 19 local veteran and new artists on display starting at 5 p.m. Meet some of the artists and enjoy the musical stylings of LIBRARIAN. A few of the artists on display include Anthony Van Rooy, David Louis Cintron, John Saile and Eric Kunde.

KAISER GALLERY – 2418 Professor Ave.
All of Me – Leigh Brooklyn – artist meet & greet from 6-9 p.m.
All of Me showcases a comprehensive overview of artist Leigh Brooklyn’s multidisciplinary practice. Tracing the development of her figurative style, the exhibition reveals how Brooklyn’s work has evolved to meet the necessities of the current cultural climate. Offering a glance into the artist’s early inner thoughts with works never displayed. She lives in Cleveland and her work has been displayed in galleries and museums all over the country. Brooklyn has won a variety of awards for her art since 2004. She recently was a semi-finalist for Figurtivas at the MEAM in Barcelona, Spain, and was a top artist and winner in the Boynes International Emerging Artist Awards in Melbourne, Australia.

DOUBTING THOMAS – 856 Jefferson
The Occult – multiple artists
This exhibition examines the topic of the occult, which at the core means, ‘the hidden’ or ‘the unrevealed.’ This could be applied to a number of things mystical magical, mysterious and beyond our scientific understanding of the universe. The Occult is a group show with more than 20 artists addressing this topic through one to two pieces. The opening will include belly dance performances, tarot readings and live music. The exhibition is curated by Shawn C. Mishak.

PAUL DUDA GALLERY – 2342 Professor Ave.
Paul Duda—a gallery full of iconic Cleveland photography.


FLYING MONKEY – 819 Jefferson Ave.
Karen Brango
Abstract expressionism, acrylic on canvas. (Plus, $3 Miller lite pints)

TY FUN – 815 Jefferson Ave.
Laura Goyanes – photography
Photographer Laura Goyanes lives in Bratenahl, Ohio. Since her retirement, she has pursued photography and likes to capture the nature that she sees in her surroundings. Food and drink specials: Samurai sunset $7; Wonton $5; LoMein chicken or vegetarian $10


  • Imposters Theater— Improv Game Night 8 p.m. $10 DOS. The show features all your favorite improv games from the shows you grew up with like ‘Whose line is it Anyway?’ and ‘Improvaganza’. Everything is made up on the spot as the performers quip, guess and sing their way through an hour of hilarity. (storefront at 2406 Professor Ave.)
  • Edison’s Pub – Blues & Brews – Cleveland Beer Week kicks off with Black Cat Roberts and Fat Heads Beer specials from 9 – midnight
  • Prosperity Social Club – Dark fish fry – unearthing some spooky and heavy rare barleywines and rum-aged beers as well a plethora of pumpkin beers from Three Floyds, Avery, Jackie O’s, New Holland and others. Paired with a stout beer battered fish fry using Jackie O’s Dark Apparition.
  • CODA – live music with Houses & Hotels | The Liquid W’s | Jacob Boarman starting at 8:30 p.m.

Come see the beauty and art inside one of Tremont’s most historic churches:

  • ST. JOHN CANTIUS – corner of Professor Ave. & College Ave.