The Akron Gallery will pay tribute to the late local artist, Miller Horns, in a special exhibition. Part of the gallery’s proceeds will be donated to The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve to help Miller become an archived artist and secure his legacy in Northeast Ohio.
Saturday, September 20 at 6:00pm – 11:00pm Jesse Strother, contemporary artist behind the Make Your Mark mural project and former owner of Good Life, is opening his new studio and […]
Article by The Akronist, Chris Miller Do you have something you’re dying to say, that you’d like an artist to bring to life through animation? If so, Akron-born artist Dustin […]
Review by Mike Krutel If every art lecture and opening reception at the Akron Art Museum can be as good as Trenton Doyle Hancock’s then more of them with an […]
Can contemporary art mimic the rituals and ideology of a state? What does it mean to belong to the “state” that has no territory and exists only in the actions, […]
27th Annual International Exhibition September 12 – October 11, 2014 Opening reception Friday, September 12th 5:30-8:00pm at the Akron, OH location This exciting show will feature new artists,Tino Rusconi and […]
Article by Mary Beth Breckenridge I don’t always get art. Sometimes I feel like I’ve been left out of the intellectual inner circle, like I lack the discernment required to […]