Category Archives: CDPUG Blog

Upcoming Workshops Help Freelancers Make Contacts and Generate Leads

Check out these two workshops being offered by Sue Nelson from Successful Job Seekers.  LinkedIn for Contractors and Freelancers – Coming Up Next Week!Tuesday May 21 – Noon to 2:00 PMThe Midtown Tech Hive6815 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland OH 44103 Learn strategies for researching the best contacts for client development and discuss strategies for getting your name out there on LinkedIn…. Read more »

At Last! Cleveland Artist Jeff Poplar’s Online Store is Live!

Longtime Cleveland resident and CDPUG member Jeff Poplar has been creating commercial art for almost 45 years. His main passion is illustrating (both traditional and digital) but he also excels at fine art drawing and painting. In addition to his extensive career as a designer and art director for ad agencies and in-house corporate marketing departments, he is also a… Read more »

Cleveland Institute of Art 2019 Spring Show Reception

Come celebrate as CIA unveils some of the best work created by students of all levels working across fifteen majors. An opening reception will take place on Tuesday, April 23 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.; a student runway show begins at 7:00 p.m. in the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Atrium. The 2019 Spring Design Show runs through Thursday,… Read more »

“Designing Victory” Book Launch

Register now to attend a free book launch of the new memoir about this determined and successful Cleveland architect. Meet authors Bob Madison and Carlo Wolff, and get a signed first edition at a special event price. You must RSVP before April 11. Hors d’ oeuvres are included. Additional food and beverages are available for purchase. For more information about… Read more »

Jinni Fontana   March 20, 2019   No Comments on

If you are in the mood for a dark supernatural novel, then listen to CDPUG member William Cohen-Kiraly’s, “Something That Will Not Let Go,” a story about evil, avenging angels, and demons. The book is read by the author and is partly inspired by the song, “Bury My Lovely,” by American pop rock band, October Project. The story contains graphic… Read more »

Talking Tech with GRAMMY® Award Winner Erica Brenner

by Jinni Fontana, with Erica Brenner When I listen to classical music, I initially feel it in my brain; but the GRAMMY® award-winning, Apollo’s Fire “Songs of Orpheus”, immediately fired up my heart. It is visceral, stirring, and passionate, and the way producer Erica Brenner has captured all of these ethereal qualities is beyond exceptional. The album was the well-deserved… Read more »

Phix Cafe Needs Ready-to-Hang Artwork

The new Phix Cafe is located in the MidTown Tech Hive at 6815 Euclid Ave. There is has an immediate need for artwork to hang on the walls around the cafe for the month of March. You must have enough installation-ready works to fill the space. There are already silver rails, hooks, and wires in place; you are responsible for… Read more »