ATNSC: Center for Healing & Creative Leadership  11808 Cromwell Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio

ATNSC: Center for Healing & Creative Leadership is an urban retreat center, resource library, gallery, salon space in the historic Buckeye-Shaker neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio.  Built in 1915 and currently under renovation, the space serves as an experiment in social practice, intergenerational dialogue, placemaking and residency space rooted in Indigenous arts & culture for writers, artists, thought leaders and traditional healers.


Akhso Gallery

Artist-run space centering Black & Indigenous contemporary art.

The John D. Carter Resource Library for Consciousness & Change

Books and organizational change materials donated by John Carter, founder of the Gestalt OSD Center.

Project STAR

Black consciousness and historical texts from a defunct Cleveland Public School District/NAACP collaboration from the mid 1960's.

Paul O'Neill Murphy (9 Crates)

Glenville resident and industrial design artist's vinyl collection of jazz.