Akron Art Library Opening
***This Event Takes Place at the Akron-Summit County Library / Main Library, 60 S High St, Akron, OH 44326—directly across the street from the Akron Art Museum***
Free and Open to All
Celebrate the opening of the Akron Art Library, get the first look at the Art Library collection, and be among the first to reserve artwork for checkout!
Meet artists whose work is included in the Art Library collection, check out a demo by Micah Kraus in the library's TechZone. Kraus used the TechZone's laser engraver to create his artwork. Plus, a restoration specialist from Art Recovery Technologies will talk about the proper care and handling of art. The museum will provide art activities for all ages and light refeshments will be served.
The Akron Art Museum’s Art Library is a collection of original artworks ranging from paintings, prints, photographs and mixed-media works created by local, regional and international artists. Any Summit County resident with a library card is eligible to check-out artworks for up to four weeks at a time from the Akron-Summit County Public Library Main Library. Find out more about the Akron Art Library.
The Akron Art Library is organized by the Akron Art Museum and presented in partnership with the Akron-Summit County Public Library. It is made possible with the generous support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, GAR Foundation, Ohio Arts Council, Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation, and the Lehner Family Foundation. Additional support was provided by members of the philanthropic community.
Image: Angelo Merendino, American, born 1973, Akron, Ohio; lives Cleveland, Ohio, Parents Waving Goodbye at Door, 2013, Inkjet print, Collection of the Akron Art Museum Art Library at the Akron Summit County Public Library