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Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday from 11am - 4 pm. 191 King James Way Akron, OH 44308 Mailing Address: 121 South Main Street Suite 500 Akron, OH 44308
Gallery is open Wed-Sat 11AM - 4PM at 191 King James Way Akron, OH 44308
Akron Soul Train is an artist residency program connecting and empowering the community and artists by granting residencies that provide resources for all creative disciplines to foster a more vibrant downtown Akron.
On View May 3 - June 10
Opening reception Friday, May 5 / 5:00 - 7:30 pm
Katherine G. Moore: the space between landing and falling
Burton D. Morgan Gallery
Katherine G. Moore presents a personal and physical transformation through chemotherapy. Moore, a dancer and choreographer, recently survived Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Shortly after finishing chemotherapy, she did an Instagram experiment: 100 days of expressive movement and writing. the space between landing and falling extends this work, exposing a period of immense transition, disorientation, and isolation as Moore reckoned with her new post-cancer body and life.
Eva Polzer: ✨just girlie things✨
In ✨just girlie things✨, Eva Polzer explores the complicated patriarchal “nurturing” of femininity and how it encourages girls and women to simultaneously hate and sexualize their bodies. Polzer creates sculptures inspired by the Borzoi dog and the Sphynx cat to discuss the normalization of blind devotion, unwanted attention, and the desire to retain some kind of power through avoidance.
Annual Members' Show
Featuring AST member, Nick Lee: Ripples in my Reflection, in our CapSOUL gallery.
The Akron Soul Train (AST) Members' Show celebrates the creativity, cultural voice, and experiences of the AST community. Showcasing a cross-section of talent from around the region, the exhibit will highlight individuals who care and appreciate Akron Soul Train’s ultimate mission to support creators and make art accessible to all.
We will accept all artistic mediums including visual, audio, video, performance, and written work. Please note that visual artwork should be no larger than 30" x 30”. On-site performances (e.g. dance, poetry readings, music, theater) are welcomed and encouraged. Potential live performances will be coordinated with our staff. Video and pre-recorded time-based media needs to be submitted on a USB drive or alternately supply your own monitor for viewing.
Submissions are limited to one per artist.
In order to be included in this exhibition, become a member today!
AST offers artist memberships at $25 per year - join online. If you become a member this year we will waive the $25 Residency Application fee in August for those artists' wishing to apply.
For more information click here.
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