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Danny Lyon, “John Lewis in Cairo, Illinois,” 1963, Gelatin silver print, printed later, 11 x 14 inches.

Newest Exhibit in Emily Davis Gallery Explores Current Social Climate

By LeKesha Parkman, Special Editions Editor September 21, 2020

The newest exhibit in the Emily Davis Gallery, “Bearing Witness: A Response to Current Events by Regional Photographers” opened on Aug. 24 and is available to the public until Oct. 9. Photographers...

“Stranger Beings” will run through Nov. 22. In the Emily Davis Gallery, located in Folk Hall.

Emily Davis Gallery Debuts Latest Exhibit ‘Stranger Beings: Hieronymus Objects & Other Curiosities’

By LeKesha Parkman, Special Editions Editor September 26, 2019

In the making for over a year, the newest exhibit in the Emily Davis Gallery, “Stranger Beings: Hieronymus Objects & Other Curiosities,” opened on Sept. 23 and is now available to the public until...

Faculty and staff members began submitting their creations as early as one year ago to be featured in the exhibition.

Emily Davis Gallery Now Featuring Works from UA Faculty, Staff

By Megan Parker, Editor-in-Chief August 27, 2019

On Aug. 29 from 5 to 8 p.m., the Mary Schiller Myers School of Art and the Emily Davis Gallery at The University of Akron will be hosting a reception for this years Faculty Exhibition. Located in UA’s...

The artists work features full-room installation pieces created from recycled and reclaimed materials.

Turning trash into recycled beauty

By Eric Trimble, Writer February 3, 2016

“My pieces are completely organized chaos,” said sculptor Julie Schenkelberg while referring to her artwork. Schenkelberg visited the Akron Art Museum on Jan. 31 to showcase her art and to talk...

Collider 4: Spectacle captivates students

March 22, 2012
A barrage of exciting visuals, sound and interactivity are sparking the interest of students across campus as the Collider 4: Spectacle show opens this week. Previously contained solely at Folk Hall’s Emily Davis Gallery, this year’s Collider show is branching out across campus. The hub of excitement remains at the gallery, but works can now also be seen at Beirce Library’s Emerging Technologies lab and at the Honors Complex.

Landscapes "Within" the Gallery

November 17, 2011
The Myer’s School of Art has recently installed a new show in the Emily Davis Gallery, called “Within the Landscape, the Landscape Within.” Charles Beneke, exhibition curator and associate professor at the Myer’s School of Art, organized this show. As the title suggests, this show is comprised of 20 contemporary artists whose work is centered on the landscape and how the human culture interacts with it.
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