Programs & Events


A new mural inspired by the natural and waterfront location at Riverside Park, designed and painted by Chicago native and newly re-located to Lorain artist, Carida Cira Diaz. Located at the LoCo Yaks new site at 138 Alabama Avenue, the mural is being painted there during the summer and will remain up for viewing through September. Diaz currently serves on the FireFish Community Artist Board.

See pictures of the mural in our GALLERY!


Large-scale laser-cut and painted floral art installations “planted” along Broadway Avenue to complement Main Street Lorain’s “Lorain Blooms” plantings created by FireFish Community Arts Manager Ryan Craycraft and fabricated at the LCCC Fab Lab.

See pictures of the art installation in our GALLERY!


A fashion show experience created by Lorain’s International Fashion Designer Jevon Terance, also a member of the FireFish Artist Board.  Showcasing his new Raceway Collection with a fiery twist!


 

Fire, audio, and video performances presented by FireFish Arts Community Artist Board members. Stop by from 4 – 10 pm and enjoy our cash bar and tour our gallery.  Fire performers from the Ohio Burn Unit will be there twirling fire beginning at dust.  Come see us at the “The Bank,” located at 383 Broadway Ave in downtown Lorain.


The Fire Song – A Documentary Film by John Baumgartner

When an arsonist destroys First Lutheran Church — a vital lifeblood to the decaying, rust belt town of Lorain, Ohio — the members must find direction and stop their in-fighting or risk withering away like many of the surrounding downtown churches. Six years in the making and filled with colorful characters and honesty, THE FIRE SONG shares a feel-good slice of life in one midwestern congregation’s struggle to turn tragedy into triumph.

The film debuted at The Lorain Palace Theater on August 21st at 7 pm.


A special live cabaret performance by Lorain natives Jaclyn Bradley and Melissa Driscol kicked off the 2021 FireFish Festival, leading the audience through a musical celebration of show tunes and Lorain culture.  The performance was at 383 Broadway Ave, The Bank.

See pictures from the performance in our GALLERY!


Fire It Up! Broadway Block Party 

FireFish Arts and FireFish 2021 – A Festival Re-Imagined is hosting art activities for families at their booth located at 383 Broadway Ave.  Stop by to see and create sidewalk chalk illustrations created by Carida Cira Diaz, hear music curated by Josh Biber, and enjoy their cash bar.

North Pointe Ballet will perform at 383 Broadway Ave, outside on the sidewalk, at 4, 5, and 6 pm.  Fire performers from Ohio Burn Unit will also perform at the same location at 8:30 pm.

FireFish Festival presents Anthony Scrofano LIVE from 4 – 7 pm at the Broadway Block Party!

See pictures from the performance in our GALLERY!