Upcoming Events.

Thanks to everyone who came out and took part in our Art of Community Weekend!

Here are a few highlights from weekend’s events.

PEACE Pops is held the last Friday of January, April, July and October!


Live Music

Open Studios




PEACE Pops is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.

Mark your calendar for our 4th annual Chili Cookoff. 

More info soon!

Upcoming Events

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Art for the Masses

Art for the Masses

Feb 25, 11:00am - Feb 25, 5:00pm

2843 Washington Blvd., Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 Map

New to buying art? Working with a tight budget? Want to support local artists?

Then don't miss our 2nd annual Art of Community fine art sale on Saturday, February 25th from 11 am - 5 pm.

Get a great deal, get to know some local artists, support our local art scene - all in a casual and friendly environment!

Art for the masses features the works of Northeast Ohio Artists that create one of a kind artwork who are interested in clearing out older work, work they are ready to get rid of or less expensive versions of their art (prints, sketches etc…), or are looking to offer longtime customers a deal of a lifetime.


We created this event as a way to connect our local community members with artists from the area - especially first time buyers or those who have never bought directly from artists before. Located on 2 levels in the Coventry PEACE Building, this sale features the work of dozens of local artists in addition to the ARTFUL artists who have studios here.

Make a day of it!

We are located in the heart of the historic Coventry Village business district and we encouragge you to visit our neighbors located uo and down Coventry Road. Grab a brunch and head over to Art for the Masses, or grab some cocktails after some successful shopping at our event.

2843 Washington Blvd.
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118

INTERESTED ARTISTS SHOULD GO TO artfulcleveland.org/aftmapp.
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Lake Erie Ink's 11th Annual Kids' Comic Con

Lake Erie Ink's 11th Annual Kids' Comic Con

Mar 3, 4:00pm - Mar 4, 4:15pm

Lake Erie Ink

The fun kicks off on Friday, March 3rd:

Friday, March 3, 5:30-7:30pm @ the B-Side Lounge on Coventry: Teen Cosplay and Trivia Party (Games, Sketching and Cosplay!!!) $10 at the door, but no one turned away.
Featuring a cosplay fashion show, comic trivia, and more!

Friday Afternoon March 3 4:00-5:00: Virtual Drawing Workshop with a Nickelodeon Artist

Saturday, March 4, 2023,
All Day @Lake Erie Ink: Workshops, Speakers & Artist Alley for Kids Ages 8-18. Stay tuned for full schedule.

Saturday Virtual Workshops can be attended in person at LEI- just bring your laptop, and then check out other great in person workshops from other comic creators! Join from home if you can't make it in person.

-10:30 am Marc Sumerak
Words and Pictures: The Craft of Creating Comics An in-depth, step-by-step look at the process of creating a comic book page -- from concept to completion!
Marc Sumerak has spent over two decades crafting story content for some of the most celebrated brands in entertainment, including Marvel, Star Wars, and more. His work has appeared in countless books, comics, and video games. His most recent works include MARVEL ANATOMY: A SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF THE SUPERHUMAN and STAR WARS: THE SECRETS OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS.

-11:35 am Jay Kalagayan and Friends
Finding your Monster Story with the Cincinnati Cabinet of Curiosities--Talk with the creators behind the Cincinnati Cabinet of Curiosities comics anthology and find out how they put together their collection of Ohio regional myths, legends, and creepy creatures. Learn about ways to research local inspiration for your stories and how they can be incorporated into a comic book format. Join creators Kat Klockow (Redcat Comics, Corpse Flower Press), Tim Fuller (Sham Comics), Jay B. Kalagayan (MeSseD Comics) in finding your monster story.
Jay B. Kalagayan is the creator, writer and publisher of MeSseD Comics. MeSseD, the nickname for the Metropolitan Sewer District, brings sewer management to science fiction. Tough sewer worker Lilliput is our guide to the wet, weird and wild world under our feet.

-1:30 pm Joe Biel of Microcosm Publishing
Live Your Ambitions, Not Your Fears: How Publishing is Informed by Punk and Upbringing-- A publisher of 27 years, Joe Biel has continually found that the underground is much bigger than the mainstream. This talk offers actionable lessons about how to incorporate your seeming deficits as strengths in your publishing. A certifiable history of the trajectory of self-publishing, zines, DIY culture, and punk rock, this talk followed by Q&A will explore the success in creating the world we need to see in our work by tracing the trajectory of Biel's career.
A Cleveland native, Joe Biel is a self-made autistic publisher and filmmaker who draws origins, inspiration, and methods from punk rock. Biel is the founder and CEO of Microcosm Publishing, Publishers Weekly's #1 fastest growing publisher of 2022. Biel is the author of dozens of books, including Make a Zine and A People's Guide to Publishing and has been featured in Time Magazine, NPR, Art of Autism, Reading Glasses, PBS, Bulletproof Radio, Spectator (Japan), G33K (Korea), and Maximum Rocknroll.

And to get everything started...
Friday, February 24th, 7-8pm @ Visible Voice Bookstore: Artist Panel for Adults and Teens
Comics and Community: Building New Worlds
Featuring Juan Jose Fernandez, Dawn Arrington, and Jeremy Stoll, moderated by Valentino Zullo

Scholarships available for all Comic Con events.

Who’s coming to Comic Con?

Dawn Arrington
Kate Atherton

Sequoia Bostick of Vagabond Comics

John Boucher

Juan Fernandez

Sam Green

Matt Haberbusch

Lynnesha “Nesha Mars” Hamilton

Miguel C Hernandez

Jay B. Kalagayan

Terri Libenson

Michelle Littlejohn

Sevita Lochan

Angela Oster

Brad Ricca

Od Perry Richardson

Gilberto Rivera

Joe Schorgl

Joseph Sieracki

Marc Sumerak

David Wilson & Misty Wilson

More details and registration opens February 8th at lakeerieink.org/kids-comic-con

Questions? Email staff@lakeerieink.org or call (216) 320-4757
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What is Coventry PEACE Campus?

When the school district sought to divest itself from the former Coventry Elementary School building in 2017, leaving its future uncertain, the leaders of all the tenant organizations and a broad base of community supporters came together in a grassroots movement to propose ways to preserve and grow the thriving culture and service ecosystem that had organically taken root there. From this effort, the Coventry PEACE Campus came into being. Coventry P.E.A.C.E., Inc. is the non-profit overseeing the maintenance, sustainability, renovation and development of the Coventry PEACE Building, which houses several local nonprofits. It is our goal to provide an accessible, sustainable, more efficient, and affordable home for these nonprofits, and to attract new organizations to the building.