Cuyahoga Falls City Schools, in partnership with Cuyahoga Falls city leadership, local businesses and the Cuyahoga Falls Library, announce the third annual Cuyahoga Falls All City Art Walk April 20 from 5-8 p.m. As you stroll through town, choosing any of the six locations as a starting point, you will find artworks on display by Cuyahoga Falls artists in kindergarten through 12th grade. Due to support of community leaders, businesses and organizations, this event is free.
Display locations include The Pavilion on the Riverfront, the Cuyahoga Valley Art Center, the Cuyahoga Falls Library, Harps & Thistles Yarn Emporium, Urban Lace and City Hall. Attendees can pick up a map at any of these locations and begin the walking journey through the local world of art.
This year’s theme – Art Rocks – will feature chairs created by art students at each of the schools and local artists that will be raffled off during the event. In addition to the incredible art displays, there will be make-and-take art activities, food, live music, artist demonstrations, fun photo opportunities, a debut of the City Hall mural, live poetry, a scavenger hunt and more. For the latest updates, follow the website at cfallsartwalk.weebly.com or our Facebook page at fb.me/?cfallsartwalk.
Many sponsors were involved with the event. Class of 1958 CF Alumni Foundation granted the walk with portable walls to use to display artwork. Cuyahoga Falls Replacement Windows and Hyre Insurance Company have supported the project through art supply donations to the schools. Western Reserve Hospital, Pat Catan’s, CFHS Art Club and CFHS Cosmetology are sponsoring make-n-take activities by providing the needed art supplies. The following donors are supplying snack food to be shared with the community: estern Reserve Hospital; Totally Cooked; BJ’s; Metropolis Popcorn; Jimmy John’s; Sheraton Suites; Acme; and Giant Eagle Market District. Sponsors that have donated items for the raffle with proceeds benefiting next year’s art walk include BurgerFi, Applebee’s, On Tap, Ohio Ceramic Supply and Pizzafire.