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Local Artist Matt Miller Creates Painting for CBA

Multidisciplinary artist and Myers Alumni Matt Miller's completed painting located in The College of Business Administration building.
The multidisciplinary artist and Myers Alumni began development in June of this year.
December 11, 2020

Matt Miller credits his artistic inspiration to his fascination of the archetypal characters and symbolism that can be found in the mythologies and folklore of different historical cultures.  “Most...

Myers School of Art Alumna Amber Anderson on ‘Suffrage: Inequality. Persistence. Justice.’

“Suffrage: Inequality. Persistence. Justice.” seeks to honor women who have fought and those who continue to fight to protect and defend women’s right to vote.
The artist details how the suffragette movement in Ohio inspired her pieces in the Emily Davis Gallery’s exhibit
December 10, 2020

Myers School of Art alumna, Amber Anderson is featured in ‘Suffrage: Inequality. Persistence. Justice.’ the Emily Davis Gallery’s Exhibition that seeks to honor women involved in the suffragette...

Winter is Coming: Fun COVID-Safe Activities to Do This Winter

With the winter season bringing loved ones together, everyone is figuring out how to safely enjoy their normal activities.
December 10, 2020

Editor's Note: This article is the five in a mini-series on interactive and safe activities people can participate in during the COVID-19 Pandemic. With the winter season now in full swing, families...

Photography Provides A Creative Outlet During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Hobbies during the COVID-19 pandemic have become more important than ever.
December 10, 2020

Editor's Note: This article is the fourth in a mini-series on interactive and safe activities people can participate in during the COVID-19 Pandemic. COVID-19 has significantly impacted billions...

Dr. Triece Discusses The 19th Amendment, ‘Suffrage: Inequality. Persistence. Justice.’

“Suffrage: Inequality. Persistence. Justice.” seeks to honor women who have fought and those who continue to fight to protect and defend women’s right to vote.
During an interview she discussed the importance of ‘Suffrage: Inequality. Persistence. Justice.’ and the fight for woman’s rights.
December 10, 2020

Dr. Mary E. Triece, Ph.D., a professor in The University of Akron School of Communication and Director of The Women’s Studies Program, assisted in creating the text accompanying each piece in the Emily...

PRSSA Virtual Event Focuses on Human-Centric Media Design

Jan Almasy from Apex Communication Network ready for virtual PRSSA meeting with camera.
December 10, 2020

The University of Akron PRSSA chapter hosted the first event of the year virtually on Sep. 28. where guest speaker, Jan Almasy, a local entrepreneur and co-founder of Apex Communications Network, spoke...

Holiday Fun During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Holidays are spent surrounded by those we love, but this year may look different due to the pandemic, with new ways to still connect and be safe.
December 10, 2020

With the holiday season in full swing, people are travelling and visiting loved ones more often. While in years past this was done without a second thought, this year we need to be more considerate due...

Myers School of Art Alumna Shani Richards Discusses Inspiration, ‘Suffrage: Inequality. Persistence. Justice.’

“The power of [Ginsburg’s] words are how they resonated through time to inspire and drive women to keep fighting for their rights.” - Shani Richards
‘100th Collar’.
“As a black female artist I feel like an investigator. I’m trying to make sense of the world in my work.” - Shani Richards
December 10, 2020

Myers School of Art alumna Shani Richards is featured in ‘Suffrage: Inequality. Persistence. Justice.’, the Emily Davis Gallery’s Latest Exhibition that seeks to honor women involved in the suffragette...

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