Waterloo Arts

Waterloo Arts is thrilled to host another Cleveland Foundation Creative Fusion international artist this fall. Kuenlin Tsai is from Taipei, Taiwan and works in a variety of media depending on the project. He has designed and installed many public art sculptures in Taiwan, China and Japan, which are site specific and often incorporate a "sound" element.

While in Cleveland, Tsai has been getting to know the city and has designed a sculpture for the Waterloo Tower in response to his experience here. The sculpture references the cycles of decay and growth - whether in a forest or urban neighborhood - and the hope that is emerging in Cleveland today. Tsai is building the sculpture in his studio at Waterloo Arts and install it during the next few weeks. 

On Wednesday, October 28, Tsai had a workshop with students from OH Perry to build their own individual sculptures, some of which will be incorporated into the Treesure House tower installation. He is also hosting screenings of quintessential Taiwanese films, on Wednesday evenings, in order to introduce the city of Cleveland to the culture and history of Taiwan.

Join us for these free movies and the opening of Treesure House and find more information by visiting the Waterloo Arts website at waterlooarts.org as well as our Facebook and twitter page!

Movie Screenings

Formosa Betrayed

Wed. 11/08 at 7:00 pm

Paradise in Service

Wed. 11/11 at 7:00 pm


Wed. 11/18 at 7:00 pm

“Treesure House” Installation Opening

Fri. 11/06 6pm-9pm

Artist talk at 7:00 pm

John Copic

Resident of neighborhood since 1956. Worked on East 185th street since 1970.

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Volume 7, Issue 11, Posted 11:41 AM, 11.25.2015