Tag: Cultural Plan

This story series highlights the incredible talent of tattoo artists in Summit County. Bethany Hendrix can be found at Black Moon Ink in Cuyahoga Falls. When did you discover your artistic talent? I’ve always loved art. I didn’t realize I could pur[...]
This story series highlights the incredible talent of tattoo artists in Summit County. Scotty Oswald can be found at Golden Heart Tattoo in Norton. When did you discover your artistic talent?I had always been interested in making art, but I didn’t start to think a[...]
Guest Blogger: Alicia M. Hopkins Art has the power to tell stories, change perspectives, and help unite communities on various causes and issues. We can use art to engage people in dialogue about a particular cause or idea that is important to us or others in our commun[...]
This story series showcases Summit County artists who create beautiful and functional items for the home. Meet Brian Bakos who works with a number of mediums, including wood and glass.  How did you discover glass?I started working with glass in the early 2000[...]
This story series highlights the incredible talent of tattoo artists in Summit County. Niki Jackson can be found at Kustom Culture in Tallmadge. What attracted you to the world of tattooing?My older brother Jimi, is also a tattoo artist. Some of my favorite memories are[...]
This story series showcases Summit County artists who create beautiful and functional items for the home. Meet Carrie Ballard of Base Camp Ceramics located in Stow. How did you discover ceramics?I have always been connecting with Art in some way. I have an Art History d[...]
Guest Blogger: Amber Cullen This blog series has examined the many roles the arts have in healing. Today we hear from Amber Cullen, local changemaker who is looking forward to pursuing her graduate degree in Art Therapy. Confessions of an Aspiring Art Therapist I’ve s[...]
Guest Blogger: Christy Bolingbroke, Executive & Artistic Director of NCCAkron As the second choreographic center of its kind in the country, NCCAkron often asks what does it mean to be a ‘national’ center that is neither in the physical center of the country nor[...]