Tag: Brooklyn Museum of Art

2012 in Review

By: Bridgette Beard Klein, Communications Assistant 2012 has been an exhilarating year for the Akron Art Museum. We continued to launch our new visual look, celebrated 90 years in the community, exhibited monumental art and made major leadership changes. We really kicked off the year with our 90th anniversary celebration in February. The performance included abstract painter Al Bright in concert with the Jesse Dandy Band. In March, Ray Turner: Population opened featuring an ever-expanding series of portraits, including key Akronites from the University Park

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Share Your Landscape

THE DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED! ALL ENTRIES MUST BE SUBMITTED BY MIDNIGHT ON DECEMBER 4, 2011! The impressionists took to the outdoors to show their favorite landscapes with the world. We would like to see your favorite landscapes in our contest open November 7 – 30, 2011. Just follow the guidelines below: Share with us your favorite landscape. The medium is up to you, but it must be your original work. Limit to two entries per person. Send your landscape, your name, artwork’s title, best

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Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present

Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present October 23, 2010 – January 23, 2011 Karl and Bertl Arnstein Galleries For the first time as a major museum exhibition, the story of rock and roll is being told from the perspective of the men and women who not only chronicled the genre, but defined it comprehensively – the photographers. Acknowledging both their creative and collaborative role in the history of rock music, the exhibition features 163 works of photography and eight

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