North Hill, Elmer Novotny

Elmer Novotny, The Artist and His Wife, 1938. Reproduction installed at Giovanni's Barber Shop, 343 E Cuyahoga Falls Ave, Akron, OH 44310.

North Hill, Elmer Novotny 2

Reproduction installation view, Elmer Novotny, The Artist and His Wife, 1938. At Giovanni's Barber shop, (Giovanni pictured)  343 E Cuyahoga Falls Ave, Akron, OH 44310.

North Hill, Warshawsky 1

Abel G. Warshawsky, The Seine at Andelys, 1923. Reproduction installed at the International Institute of Akron, 207 E. Tallmadge Ave, Akron, Ohio 44310.

North Hill, Warshawsky 2

Clients of the International Institute of Akron participate in an English lesson, taking the opportunity to describe Abel G. Warshawsky's painting, The Seine at Andelys.

North Hill, Sokol 1

John Sokol, Man Eating Trees, 1989. Reproduction installed on the former Lentine's Music Building, 844 N. Main St., Akron, Ohio 44310.

North Hill

March 11, 2015 - July 10, 2015

Inside|Out is a community activated art project that brings art reproductions from the Akron Art Museum's collection into your neighborhood.

Inside|Out Akron installed ten artworks in North Hill during spring 2015. The art was on view in the community through mid-July, 2015. Check out the slideshow above for images and captions describing the artwork and events in North Hill during the installation period. From early August through October 2015, the Inside|Out artworks will be re-installed in 3 new communities: The University of Akron & University Park, Cuyahoga Falls, and West Hill & Highland Square. Be sure to visit the art in the new surroundings!

Download the Inside|Out North Hill Brochure.

Download the Inside|Out Travel Poster and Installation Map.

Use the Inside|Out TourSphere App to find all of the Inside|Out installations, get more information about the art and access special content on your mobile device.

Our community partners in North Hill are:

International Institute of Akron

Akron Better Block

Do you want to bring Inside|Out to your neighborhood? Click here and tell us how Inside|Out can enhance your community.

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Inside|Out is funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Related Links:

[ View the Checklist of 2015 Inside|Out Artworks ]