Ideas for an Akron Winter Date Night

Where should you go for a little winter time fun with your sweetie? Mark and Sandy Auburn have the answer! Photo credit: Michael Chirtton A guest blog post written by art patrons, Drs. Mark and Sandy Auburn. Live performances still gets us out at night. Having met as actors in “The Wonderful Tang” at The […]

10 Totally-Akron Holiday Gift Ideas

Guest blog by Heather Roszczyk, Akron Entrepreneurship Fellow at Fund for Our Economic Future As always, holiday shopping has snuck up on me this year. It’s like my own little tradition: at the end of every December I vow to pick up little gifts throughout themonths—thoughtfully!—whenever I see something that reminds me of someone I love. […]

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Nicole’s Nook: #GivingBackTuesday – It’s Not Just a #Hashtag

Join me for lunch at Our Akron Art Museum, #GivingBackTuesday   This week, the Akron Art Museum announced that it will reopen its doors to the public on Tuesdays from 11am to 5pm for the first time since 2009.   This is wonderful news for our community because expanded hours means expanded access. It showcases the kind of commitment to […]

Featured artist: Ted Boyer

As the son of a professional studio photographer, Ted Boyer has early memories of art, cameras, and Mac computers–memories which grew into a passion for visual art. Today, Ted is a University of Akron student working on the last year of his graphic design major. He’s also an intern at Koroseal Interior Products, where he […]

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Guest Blog, Brian Schultz – Foundation Center Is Doing Good Better

FOUNDATION CENTER: Doing Good Better We always like to offer perspectives from our sister non-profits from across Summit County, Northeast Ohio, and beyond. So, we’d like to introduce you to Brian Schultz, who will be our guest blogger for this post. Take it away, Brian Schultz! – ArtsNow Serving as a bridge between the nonprofit […]

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Light and Oneness: Finding an Awakening in Art with Leah Wake Rzepka

photo courtesy of wakeleahlady.com Have you ever wondered what it would be like to hug a painting? So did Summit County painter Leah Wake Rzepka, who created a line of “huggable paintings:” handmade pillows featuring her own artwork. Leah works with a huge range of media, but in everything she does, she tries to channel a […]