Rhythm Need a little inspiration? Sometimes all it takes is a prompt, suggestion, or idea. Tune in to get a creative spark inspired by the museum’s collection and exhibitions.
Why Tell Stories about Art? How can talking about art transform what you think about what you see? Consider how talking is a great way to improve your understanding of collections.
Why Talk About Art How can talking about art transform what you think about what you see? Consider how talking is a great way to improve your understanding of collections.
Making Your Mark These works are even better up close. Join Seema Rao, Deputy Director and Chief Experience Officer, to learn more about Making Your Mark (open until March 14), featuring nine artists from Northeast Ohio.
Found Objects Have a few minutes to flex your brain? Take a deeper dive into big ideas with staff. Each month a staff member will focus on a broad art topic and connect it to everyday instances and our collection. Today, Katelyn chats about artists using found objects.
Inspiration Need a little inspiration? Sometimes all it takes is a prompt, suggestion, or idea. Tune in to get a creative spark inspired by the museum’s collection and exhibitions.
We’ve been so busy making content this year, and we’ve shared so much. So we’re finishing this series strong by sharing our most popular resources.
Music is a regular part of the Akron Art Museum’s program calendar, with Downtown at Dusk and the Family Concert in the summer and Midwinter Blues and Other Tunes in February. This year, we’ve had to enjoy music in new digital ways. Explore some of the ways we’re enjoying music now. Many of our artworks connect to music: This year has meant the performances had to go digital. While we missed the chance to be together, it does mean you can enjoy these tunes whenever
This fall, the Museum commissioned ten writers to be inspired by the Museum’s collection for a piece of microfiction. These writings were then used as the source for a series of postcards used in the Akron Art Mail installation. Some of these writers were also featured in On Process, the Museum’s speaker series which highlights artists and writers and their interviews are available to watch on our YouTube channel. Explore these ten writers along with their written works and Akron Art Mail postcards featured on
Making art is a chance to express yourself, relax, and expand your horizons. We have many resources to help you explore a new medium, hone your skills, or learn from a master. Studio Hours are made possible with support from PNC, the Mary S. and David C. Corbin Foundation, the Alan and Janice Woll Family Fund, OMNOVA Solutions Foundation, Peg’s Foundation, Robert O. and Annamae Orr Family Foundation, Kathy Moses Salem Philanthropic Fund of the Akron Community Foundation, Charles E. and Mabel M. Richie Foundation