Sep
21
11:00 AM11:00

African Savanna Photo Safari

African Safari After Party.jpg

Join us for a day of exciting activities with the family! This fun-filled family day is themed around our “Safari in the Southeast” exhibit. We will have face painting, balloon artists, a photo booth, and a petting zoo!

Additionally, the SPCA will be there with local animals from the community!

Gala ticket holders receive FREE admission.

ADMISSION

$10 / Individual

$35 / Family (4+ people)

African Savanna Photo Safari
Type:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Sponsored by:

 
Check Into Cash small.png
 
Bank of Cleveland.jpg
First TN Bank.png
McReynolds Family Foundation.jpg
View Event →
Sep
27
5:30 PM17:30

2019 Gala - The Next 20 Years Our Adventure Continues

safarigalasavethedate.png

Continue the adventure of 20 years at the Museum Center at 5ive Points! This year, dig out your best African Safari themed attire (or your finest black tie) to celebrate our new exhibit! This elaborate evening includes a three-course meal, cocktails, live auction, and paddle raise.

Gala tickets include complimentary admission to the African Savanna Photo Safari.

ADMISSION

$175 / Individual

2019 Annual Gala - The Next 20 Years
Quantity:
Add To Cart

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

BENEFACTOR - $5,000

  • Includes one table of 8 and your company listed on all promotional materials, including the Annual Gala program, press releases, website, and social media.

    DIRECTOR - $2,500

  • Includes 4 tickets and your name printed in the Annual Gala program and press releases

    SUSTAINER - $1,000

  • Includes 2 tickets and your name printed in the Annual Gala program

2019 Gala Sponsorship
Sponsor Level:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Sponsored by:

 
Check Into Cash small.png
 
Bank of Cleveland.jpg
First TN Bank.png
McReynolds Family Foundation.jpg
View Event →
Sep
27
to Sep 28

Safari After Party

safarigenericforwebsite.png

Celebrate the opening of our African Safari exhibit with cocktails, food, and live music! The Dexter Thomas Band will be jazzing it up with live music throughout the evening. An open bar will be available to guests (21 and over) on the outdoor patio. Additionally, a late night Build Your Own Tater Tots bar will be served as a midnight snack to attendees!

ADMISSION

$35 / Individual

Safari After Party
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
Oct
5
10:00 AM10:00

Hand-building Ceramics

John Simmons.jpg

Local artist John Simmons will demonstrate the art of ceramics during the class. Students will choose to create a mug, bowl, or box following the demonstration, with guidance from Simmons as they work. The pieces will then be glaze-fired and returned to students.

John Simmons is a painter and potter who holds a BA from Berea College and an MA from Louisiana State University. He is currently assistant professor of art at Lee University in Cleveland, TN, and directs an Arts & Humanities trip to Italy every summer for Lee students.

ADMISSION

Member: $15

Non-Member: $30

John Simmons - Handbuilding Ceramics Class

12 spots available. Age limit 2nd grade and up.

Membership:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
Oct
12
10:00 AM10:00

Moves and Motion Series: Beginning Yoga

Kaley Yoga.jpeg

This class is a one hour, Beginner Friendly Flow. It focuses on connecting movements with breath and incorporates poses which combine strengthening and stretching. A $5 donation is suggested.

***Although beginner friendly, this class will involve standing and pressure on the knees and wrists.

Kaley Strawn has been practicing yoga for about four years now and became a 200 hour certified yoga instructor at Asheville Yoga Center in January 2018. She is passionate about yoga as a sustainable form of exercise and as a means to relieve stress in a chaotic and noisy world. Kaley is a native of Cleveland, TN and when she isn't practicing yoga, she spends time with her husband and their dog. She graduated from Lee University with an Art Degree and is passionate about making the world a better place through knowing God and loving one another.

View Event →
Oct
24
6:00 PM18:00

History Happy Hour - Halloween

HALLOWEEN HHH.png

Come enjoy an evening of spooky legends featuring members of the Cleveland Storytelling Guild and listen to the tantalizing tones of the Sounds of Tennessee Quartet. Get in the spirit and sport your best Halloween costume!

A great drink selection will be provided, along with delicious food by Impressions Catering served at the event.

ADMISSION

Members: FREE

Non-Members: $15

Tickets available at the door or online:

History Happy Hour tickets
Ticket:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Special Thanks to Sponsors:

 
Impressions Catering logo 2018.png
 
View Event →
Nov
2
1:00 PM13:00

Pottery Christmas Ornaments

Jamie Lacey1.jpg

Students will be given clay, tools, cookie cutters, and instruction to make their own Christmas ornaments. They will be able to customize them however they would like by adding designs, details, textures, and even names (of family, pets, or even favorite teams). The possibilities are endless!

Students can bring their own cookie cutters, if they have one they would like to use. Ornaments will be glazed and fired after the class and returned to the museum gift gallery a few weeks later-just in time for the holidays!

Jaime Lacey has been a potter for 10 years and a Registered Dietitian for much longer. She comes from a family of artists and engineers; these gifts merge together to allow her to create pottery that is thoughtfully designed, precisely executed, and artistically pleasing. Her love for cooking, gardening, and nature further inspire her work.

ADMISSION

Member: $15

Non-Member: $30

Jamie Lacey - Pottery Christmas Ornaments

10 spots available. Age 7 & up, but any child under the age of 13 must have an adult.

Membership:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
Jan
30
to Feb 29

Stitches in Time Annual Quilt Show and Exhibit

Our annual Stitches in Time Quilt Show and Exhibit will be January 30-February 29, 2020. Further information and dates will be available at a later date.

shortquiltshowimage3.png

RULES

  • Entries must arrive clean, undamaged, and odor-free (exceptions made for antique quilts).

  • MC5P reserves the right to reject, recategorize, or not display inappropriate entries (soiled, damaged, misrepresented, etc.).

  • Quilts need to have a 4” fabric sleeve sewn or pinned to the back for hanging, with the exception of antique quilts. Quilts that do not have a sleeve may have to be displayed in a sub-optimal manner to accommodate the lack of sleeve.

  • Participants may enter up to three (3) quilts for judging.

Our Quilting Challenge for 2020 is now available!

This year's categories have been revamped in order to better support our submissions. The categories are as follows: 

Antique Quilts

Quilts over 50 years old. This means they must have been made prior to 1970. Any size, any type. 

Bed Quilts - Machine-Quilted

Twin, full, queen, and king sized quilts (typically larger than 237” perimeter). Piecing and binding may have been done in any manner (by hand or machine), but the quilting should be done primarily by machine.

Bed Quilts - Hand-Quilted

Twin, full, queen, and king sized quilts (typically larger than 237” perimeter). Piecing and binding may be done in any manner (by hand or machine), however, the quilting must be done primarily by hand.

Small, Crib, and Lap Quilts 

Any quilt smaller than a twin-bed quilt (typically smaller than 237” perimeter). Includes any combination of hand- and machine- piecing and quilting. Our judge will take level of skill into account. 

Wall Hangings

Any size quilt meant to hang on a wall or serve as a decorative piece. Includes any combination of hand- and machine- piecing and quilting. Our judge will take level of skill into account. 

Novice/Youth Quilts

Youth Quilts: Any size quilt by someone sixteen (16) years of age or younger. Quilting could have been supported by or machine-quilted by someone older, but the majority of the quilt should be the youth's own work.

Novice Quilts: Any size quilt created by someone with three (3) years or less quilting experience. Participants in this category should be aware that the judge may recategorize quilts into another category if the skill level is determined to exceed a novice level, regardless of years experience. 

Art Quilts

Any size quilt that is unique in design, materials, and/or execution. 

Other

Any size quilt that does not fit into another category or may not fit into the exact definition of a quilt (3 layers of fabric sewn together). This includes summer quilts, quilted clothing and accessories, special designs or methods (e.g. yo-yo quilts), quilted sculpture, or quilts using unconventional materials. 

Challenge Quilts

Any size quilt that is within the confines of our Quilting Challenge. 

Non-Judged

Want to submit more than 3 quilts? Want to submit a quilt someone else gave to you? Want to submit a quilt without being judged? Whether or not it is in the competition, we love seeing beautiful quilts! Please consider submitting to our Non-Judged category so people may admire beautiful works. 

FTFC2.jpg
View Event →

Aug
29
6:00 PM18:00

Fiddlin' at 5ive Points

Fiddlin @ 5ive Points text.jpg

Join us for an evening of fun and great musical entertainment from Lou Wamp and the Bluetastic Band as the Old Copper Road Preservation Alliance presents the first ever Fiddlin' @ 5ive Points, celebrating the impactful role the Old Copper Road has played on our region. Proceeds from the event will benefit the mission of the Old Copper Road Preservation Alliance. Attendees will also have an opportunity to win an assortment of different prizes made possible through community support and donations.

We are extremely excited to have Lou Wamp and the Bluestastic Band join us for the inaugural event. Their band presents a show filled with instrumental prowess and great stage presence featuring fine original material based in bluegrass, swing, & swampy blues. From haunting to barn-burning, Lou's incredible dobro and slide talents are backed by a band of players who can go there with him. Friends for decades and life-long musicians, the members of the band have performed and recorded professionally with many different ensembles across the Southeast. They have performed at many major festivals in the South including multiple appearances at Riverbend, Nightfall, and Three Sisters festivals. The band formed around 2008 and features Brad Frazier on lead guitar and vocals, whose voice and guitar playing command attention from anywhere within earshot, East Tennessee Fiddle Champion Meredith Goins, and Lynn Wamp holding it down on bass and backing vocals. They are often joined by banjo legend, Jim Pankey.

Admission

$50/person

***includes heavy Hors d’oeuvres & your choice of regular or adult beverages

View Event →
Aug
17
1:00 PM13:00

On A Wire Class

On A Wire class.jpg

Explore use of different wire types to create a pair of fun dangle earrings OR a pendant. Student will need to bring a basic jewelry plier kit (1 round nose, 2 flat nose or chain nose, 1 cutter) available at Wal-mart, Michaels, or Hobby Lobby. Instructor will provide wire, beads, ear wire hooks, and example pieces to work from or copy if you aren’t comfortable venturing into your own designs. A custom chain ($4.00) can be purchased from instructor at the time of class, if desired.

ADMISSION

Member: $20

Non-Member: $35

Jessica Klaaren - On a Wire Class

12 spots available. Age limit 14 and up.

Membership:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
Jul
13
10:30 AM10:30

Basic Landscape Class

Toneeke class1.jpg

Students will learn basic acrylic landscape techniques. All supplies are included. Toneeke is a published and national award-winning artist that has been creating for over 45 years. Join her and joyfully create your own masterpiece!

ADMISSION

Member: $20

Non-Member: $35

Toneeke Henderson - Basic Landscape Class

15 spots available. Age limit 10 & up.

Membership:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
Jun
8
10:30 AM10:30

Jewelry Making w/ Natural Stone Class

Barbara Krasman TAS.jpg

Learn how to make natural stone jewelry with Barbara Krasman. Students will select which stone and pendant bead to use as they are guided through the process to create their own one-of-a-kind necklaces.

ADMISSION

Member: $20

Non-Member: $35

Barbara Krasman - Jewelry Making w/ Natural Stone Class

12 spots available. Age limit 14 & up.

Membership:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
Jun
6
6:00 PM18:00

History Happy Hour - 1944

1944.jpg

Enjoy this WW2 themed History Happy Hour in conjunction with the DAR marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day. In addition, enjoy feature entertainment by The Sounds of Tennessee.

A great beer selection will be provided by our amazing sponsors, Mash & Hops and Dry Valley Brewing. Additionally, delicious food will be served at the event by Impressions Catering.  

ADMISSION

FREE for Members

$15 for Non-members

History Happy Hour tickets
Ticket:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
May
28
to Jul 29

2019 Summer Camps

2019 Summer Camp Graphic .jpg

From late May to the end of July, the Museum Center offers a multitude of day camps for students. We offer a variety of unique opportunities to engage students in multiple disciplines that will spark their own creativity and talent. This summer, we have camp options for students from pre-K to high school. Sign up today to join us for an amazing summer!

For more information and to sign-up for summer camps:

View Event →
May
25
11:00 AM11:00

Tooled Leather Bracelets Class

Melody Allen TAS.jpg

Students will stamp, cut, and carve their design into leather for a one-of-a-kind high quality bracelet. Composition, snap setting, and finishing techniques will also be covered in this comprehensive leather workshop.

ADMISSION

Member: $30

Non-Member: $45

Melody Allen - Tooled Leather Bracelets Class

15 spots available. Aged 16+

Membership:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
Apr
27
10:30 AM10:30

Pour Your Heart Out Class

Rebecca Turner TAS.png

Rebecca Turner will be teaching this acrylic pour painting class. This class will include a demo pour showing basic techniques and layering skills. Turner works from a small studio at her home where she creates paintings, resin jewelry, cremation, and funeral flower memorabilia.

Her canvas art is inspired by a desire to create abstract colorful art using paints, oils, manipulation of fluids as well as the physical characteristics and different densities of paints.

ADMISSION

Member: $20

Non-Member: $35

For more information, contact Hulon Dunn at 423-339-5745.

Pour Your Heart Out Class - SOLD OUT

15 spots available. Students aged 8-15 must have an adult present.

Membership:
Add To Cart
View Event →
Apr
6
10:00 AM10:00

Mix 104.1 Home and Garden Show w/ Steve Hartline

Home and Garden Show.png

Mix 104.1 is hosting the Cleveland Home and Garden Show at the Museum Center! Over 30 vendors will be in attendance displaying their services and goods. The first 100 people at the event will receive a gift bag, prizes and there will be a children’s area sponsored by Bayer with hands-on activities and great food, including Mayfield Creamery ice cream.

View Event →
Mar
28
3:00 PM15:00

Student Watercolor Auction

Watercolor Students.jpg

Join us at the museum for a live auction of student watercolor paintings! At the beginning of the Alan Shuptrine: The Serpentine Chain exhibit, local students submitted artwork in a watercolor competition judged by Mr. Shuptrine. This was to promote and encourage art throughout the area and in our community schools.

ADMISSION

FREE

View Event →
Mar
27
12:00 PM12:00

Websites, SEO, and Google Workshop

header.png

You have built an online presence through social media, but you need to take it to the next level. We will discuss how you should approach websites, search engine optimization and Google. This is great for businesses and organizations that have just started out, but is also for businesses that already have a website and are unsure if they are positioned correctly in search engines.

Speaker(s): Erik McNair, McNair Media

To sign-up for this free class:

View Event →
Mar
23
4:00 PM16:00

Q & A with Janie Bryant

Janie Bryant.jpeg

Join us for a Q & A with Cleveland native and Emmy Award Winner in Costume Design, Janie Bryant! Bryant has won awards for her designs on AMC TV’s Mad Men, HBO’s Deadwood, and the remake of Stephen King’s It.

Admission is FREE and open to the public. Moderator is Brandi King.

View Event →
Mar
23
10:00 AM10:00

Magic of Wearable Arts Fashion Show and Market

Fiber Arts 2014.png

The Museum Center at 5ive Points is presenting The Magic of Wearable Fiber Arts Fashion Show and Market. This much anticipated occasion’s featured guest is Cleveland native, Janie Bryant, Emmy Award Winner in Costume Design for her designs on AMC TV’s Mad Men, HBO’s Deadwood, and the remake of Stephen King’s It. This event includes a catered luncheon and runway fashion show, which will feature more than fifteen designers. These designer originals will be available for purchase before and after the fashion show.

The MC for this event is Brandi King. We invite you and your friends to join us for this exceptional event to celebrate the beginning of Spring 2019.

FEATURED ARTISTS

ADMISSION

***All tickets are pre-sale online

Members: $35

Non-Members: $50

***For sponsorship opportunities, please click here.

View Event →
Mar
14
6:00 PM18:00

Music Under the Stars

MUS.jpg

The Shawn Sneed Quartet, world class saxophonist, will be opening Music Under the Stars.

Sounds of Tennessee, celebrating their 20th anniversary and one of the top 25 barber shop acapella choruses in the world, will close the event. Directed by Brandon and Chad Guyton, who both received gold medal awards in the world quartet competition.

ADMISSION

Members - $30

Non-Members - $45

Music Under the Stars
Membership:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
History Happy Hour - Irish America
Mar
7
6:00 PM18:00

History Happy Hour - Irish America

Irish America.jpg

Come celebrate Irish-American roots at this St. Paddy’s themed History Happy Hour. Guest speaker Siema Swartzel will be sharing the story of her Irish roots and the musical influence she brought back to her students. Swartzel is the music teacher at Arnold Elementary. 

A great beer selection will be provided by our amazing sponsors, Mash & Hops and Dry Valley Brewing. Additionally, delicious food will be served at the event by Impressions Catering.  

ADMISSION

FREE for Members

$15 for Non-members

History Happy Hour tickets
Ticket:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
Mar
3
2:00 PM14:00

Sweet Singing from Red Back Hymnal

11010509_1609573355927682_2500422452682038709_o.jpg

Join us for an old fashioned Red Back sing-a-long around the piano! Jim Burns and Kevin Mendel will be leading the sweet singing, along with 2 guest singers. Desserts will be provided from Cupcake Divas, McKee, Dunkin’ Donuts, Flowers Bakery, and Great American Cookie.

Admission is FREE.

Sponsored by:

Screen Shot 2019-01-28 at 4.09.17 PM.png
Pathway Press.png
Sun Paper logo.png
View Event →
Feb
23
10:00 AM10:00

Between the Stitches Showcase

sewing_machine_foot_yarn_sew_thread_coiled_sewing_thread_haberdashery-628430.jpg!d.jpeg

For this year's annual Demo Day, we will be pairing with the Friends of the Library to present Between the Stitches Showcase. Arts and crafts vendors will be in attendance. Additionally, the barber shop quartet Front Page and Folk band Stormy & Adrian Fisher will be playing music during the event.

A bed-turning show will take place several times throughout the day. The Cleveland Storytelling Guild will tell stories related to quilts.

***The event is a fundraiser for the Museum Center at 5ive Points and Friends of the Library.

SCHEDULE

There will be a drawing for DOOR PRIZES!

(Drawings will take place at the end of the event. If the winner is not present, we will contact them)

Stormy & Adrian Fisher.jpeg
Front Page Quartet.jpg
  • 10:00 AM - Stormy & Adrian Fisher (Folk music)

  • 10:30 AM - Quilt Turning

  • 11:30 AM - Storyteller

  • 12:00 PM - Front Page Quartet

  • 12:30 PM - Quilt Turning

  • 1:30 PM - Storyteller

  • 2:00 PM - Quilt Turning

ADMISSION

$5 - Museum Members, FoLA members, and quilt show ticket holders

$10 - Non-Members

Between the Stitches Showcase Tickets

If you are a Friends of the Library member, please indicate in the comments.

Membership:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Demonstrations scheduled:

Sewing Ergonomics

Binding

English Paper Piecing

Needle Turn Applique

Hyderhangout

Paper Piecing

Strip Piecing

Hand Quilting

Crumb Quilting

Sponsored by:

FTF transparentbackground small.png
MC5P Text Logo with Blue.jpg
View Event →
Feb
16
10:00 AM10:00

David Gilleland Paper Piecing Class

David_final3.jpg

David Gilleland will be teaching the art of paper-piecing at the end of his special showcase in our lobby (February 12, 2019-February 16, 2019). Students will have an opportunity to select one of three mug rug patterns to learn. Patterns are available for purchase at Hyderhangout.

ADMISSION

$35 for Members

$50 for Non-members

David Gilleland Paper Piecing Class
Membership:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Sponsored by:

FTF transparentbackground small.png
MC5P Text Logo with Blue.jpg
View Event →
Feb
9
10:00 AM10:00

Loretta Painter Machine Quilting Class

lorettapainter.png

This will be a hands-on class taught by award-winning quilter Loretta Painter. Students will discuss marking tools, different kinds of battings, needles, and threads, as well as work on a project. If anyone has a completed quilt top and would like ideas on how to quilt it, they may bring it, but this is not necessary.

ADMISSION

$35 for Members

$50 for Non-Members

Loretta Painter Machine Quilting Class
Membership:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Here is a list of supplies needed:

1. Sewing Machine

2. Darning Foot (free motion foot)

3. Size 90 Topstitching Needles

4. 2 Spools of Thread (1 light, 1 dark)

5. Extra Bobbins

6. Basic Sewing Scissors

7. Long Thin Ruler ( about 5” by 24”)

8. 2 Yards Light Muslin

9. 1 Yard Cotton Batting

10. Hand Quilting Hoop (if you have one)

Loretta is an award-winning quilter who has been making traditional pieced quilts since 1991. She was first introduced to quilting while living in Paducah, Kentucky, in the early 1990s. After taking several classes and working with various quilt guild members in Kentucky and Tennessee, Loretta entered a quilt in the Smoky Mountain Quilter’s Quilt Show in 2002. By 2004 she was making award-winning quilts that were showing all over the country. She is best known for using creative color combinations in traditional quilts. Her machine quilted quilts have won many Best of Show ribbons across the country in recent years.

Sponsored by:

FTF transparentbackground small.png
MC5P Text Logo with Blue.jpg
View Event →
History Happy Hour - 1993 Superstorm
Feb
7
6:00 PM18:00

History Happy Hour - 1993 Superstorm

1993 Superstorm.jpg

Come out to hear locals and guest speaker Senior Meteorologist Bill Race from News Channel 9 recall the “Storm of the Century.” Prior to the speaker, there will be an opening band, Fresh Minds performing music.

A great beer selection will be provided by our amazing sponsors, Mash & Hops and Dry Valley Brewing. Additionally, delicious food will be served at the event by Impressions Catering.

ADMISSION

FREE for Members

$15 for Non-members

History Happy Hour tickets
Ticket:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
Feb
2
10:00 AM10:00

Quilts of Valor Service Day

Quilts of Valor Quilt.JPG

February 2nd is National Quilts of Valor Day! On this day we will be awarding quilts to veterans. Volunteer opportunities are available to help out for this special occasion.

Click here for more info on Quilts of Valor service day and sew in. How to register to win the national prizes. Hyderhangout will also have a local prize for participants to enter to win. If you plan on registering for the National Prizes, the deadline is Friday night. 

Hyderhangout (after 3PM): Quilt Fabric & More Quilts of Valor Service Day and Quilt 'til Wilt. We will continue the National Quilt of Valor Sew in day at Hyderhangout or those who do not wish to do that bring your own things and wilt with us. 

Sponsored by:

FTF transparentbackground small.png
View Event →
Feb
1
7:00 PM19:00

Ocoee Story Festival

Kim Weitkamp.png

Storytelling at its finest!  The Cleveland Storytelling Guild and the Museum Center at 5ive Points present the 24th annual Ocoee Story Fest with Kim Weitkamp, nationally-recognized and award-winning storyteller.  Kim is a noted singer, songwriter, humorist, keynote speaker, and storyteller.  She travels extensively, appearing at events nationwide and has been featured at the National Storytelling Festival numerous times.  Ocoee Story Fest is one of the longest-running storytelling festivals in the region.

 

ADMISSION

FREE - Members

$5 (with a family maximum of $15) - Non-Members

Ocoee Story Festival
Membership:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
Jan
27
5:30 PM17:30

Grape Escape

Grape Escape.png

Join us for an evening of great food with selected wine pairings and a fun auction of wine and related items! This will be our 15th Annual Grape Escape, a fundraiser for The Museum Center at 5ive Points in Cleveland, Tennessee. To date we have raised over $200,000. The Grape Escape will be held on Sunday, January 27, 2019 at Café Roma in historic downtown Cleveland. Silent Auction begins at 5:30PM.

ADMISSION

$110 - Member

$135 - Non-Member

PLEASE CALL THE MUSEUM TO CHECK ON TICKET AVAILABILITY

423-339-5745 X108

View Event →
Brew-ha-ha
Jan
26
1:00 PM13:00

Brew-ha-ha

Brew-ha-ha Updated small.jpg

Come out and taste a variety of beer and food at our annual beer festival! Join local brewers and distributers to celebrate the miracle of beer with your refillable tasting mug. All proceeds go to benefit the Museum Center.

Additionally, local restaurants Stack Southern Bistro, Catch Bar & Grill, CBC Cleveland, and Cafe Roma are offering special discounts to attendees with show of ticket the day of the event.

ADMISSION

$35 for Members

$50 for Non-Members

***Ticket price includes unlimited beer tasting and snacks

DAY OF EVENT: PLEASE PURCHASE TICKETS IN THE MUSEUM GIFT SHOP

View Event →
Jan
24
6:00 PM18:00

Storytelling Guild Singing School

Storytelling Guild Singing School.jpg

Come learn the history of shape note singing and sacred harp! The Red Back Hymnal exhibit will be the inspiration for the evening, and guests will receive copies of the songs to follow along. Jump into this special performance and learn to sing your heart out! A short intermission will accompany the evening with sugar cookies, cider and coffee available. Admission is FREE.

View Event →
Jan
17
6:00 PM18:00

Shuptrine Gallery Walk

After the Rain.png

The exhibit is closing! This is the finally opportunity to view this exquisite watercolor collection. Join us on this gallery walk to see Alan Shuptrine’s work, who is a nationally-acclaimed watercolorist.

Wine and light hors d’oeuvres will be served.

Admission

Members - FREE

Non-Members - $15

Alan Shuptrine:  Appalachian Watercolors of the Serpentine Chain

This exhibition of thematic watercolor paintings by nationally renowned Tennessee artist Alan Shuptrine pays tribute to the land and people found along the Appalachian Trail, and of the distinctive culture that endures from the mountains of Maine to Georgia. The body of work celebrates the connections of Appalachia with its historical and cultural counterpart in the British Isles, highlighting Celtic traditions that were brought to America in the 18th century and are still practiced in the region today. The paintings are ornamented with Shuptrine’s hand-carved frames, many of which are embedded with serpentine, a mineral that is found not only along the entire Appalachian Trail, but also in the regions of the British Isles where the original settlers to Appalachia were born.

For more information about this artist, please visit his website at www.alanshuptrine.com

SPONSORED BY:

Haskell Interiors.png
View Event →
Jan
10
6:00 PM18:00

Old Christmas

Join us for the 4th Annual Old Christmas celebration with stories and songs from the Cleveland Storytelling Guild. And enjoy some cookies and cider!

All ticket sales support the Cleveland Storytelling Guild.

ADMISSION

FREE for Museum Members and Cleveland Storytelling Guild members

$5 for Non-members

Old Christmas
Membership:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
View Event →
Jan
8
6:00 PM18:00

Student Watercolor Auction

Alan Shuptrine judging.png

Join us at the museum for a live auction of student watercolor paintings! At the beginning of the Alan Shuptrine: The Serpentine Chain exhibit, local students submitted artwork in a watercolor competition judged by Mr. Shuptrine and members of the TN Watercolor Society. This was to promote and encourage art throughout the area and in our community schools.

Professional Auctioneer Terry Posey will donate his time to auction off the artwork. 100% of the proceeds are donated to the students’ schools. Admission is FREE.

SPONSORED BY

Allied Arts Cleveland.png
MC5P Text Logo with Blue.jpg
View Event →