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Transformer Station

Transformer Station is a vibrant center for the visual and performing arts, where the Cleveland Museum of Art presents the work of emerging artists, time-based media, live music, and dynamic social experiences in Ohio City’s Hingetown neighborhood.

As of December 17, Transformer Station is temporarily closed to make a few improvements as we prepare for dynamic new programs. Transformer Station will reopen in spring 2024 with an exciting series of events, including a new exhibition schedule, the 2024 City Stages concert series, and other programs. More details will be announced in the coming months. 

Contemporary Art & Programming

The Transformer Station, located in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood on the city's west side, is a place for the museum to uncover new opportunities, take risks and explore new ideas and new media. 

Inside the Transformer Station west gallery: with high ceilings, lots of natural light, white walls, exposed mechanical features painted white, art on the walls

Location

1460 West 29th Street
Cleveland, OH 44113

216-707-6755 

Admission: FREE

Hours

Wednesday through Saturday
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Exterior corner of Transformer station on a sunny summer day.

Community Arts Center

Enjoy free drop-in art activities and gallery exploration on Cleveland’s west side, in the Clark-Fulton neighborhood.

Explore the Community Arts Center
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