Save the Date

September 12th - 6-8pm.

The Emily Davis Gallery will be holding an event including a lecture, silent auction, and reception in honor of the John Puglia Memorial Show.

At 6pm, Folk Hall Auditorium will also host a lecture by Mary Street Alinder,

Former chief assistant of Ansel Adams and author of several books about the photographer, the lecture will compliment the "Fragile Waters" exhibition showcasing Adams' work displayed at the Massilon Museum through Sept. 14th.

Following the lecture, there will be a silent auction of regional artists' work. Bidders can purchase works by well-known, local artists.

Proceeds from the auction go to the Puglia Scholarship, which enables UA students to expand their education by traveling to New York City.

The lecture, refreshments, parking, reception, and music are free. Join us!

School of Art News and Events

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Ansel Adams expert speaking at UA in tandem with Massillon exhibition
UA gallery honoring John Puglia, Akron artist and alumnus
UA Myers School of Art receives gift of large Warhol prints

The Myers Forum – IRWIN

Collaborative Art Practice: Re-Imagining the Past, Challenging the Present.

Fall, 2014 – Emily Davis Gallery

The Fall 2014 semester features the visit of the Slovenian multidisciplinary art collective IRWIN.  Two IRWIN members, Borut Vogelnik and Andrej Savski, will conduct a series of workshops, critiques, and collaborative projects.  Within the Myers Forum course collaborative work and critical engagement with the established art narratives of the past will be the key principles of engangment for the students collaborating with the visiting artists.

About the Myers Forum Artists

Borut Vogelnik and Andrej Savski are co-founders and members of the Slovenian multi-disciplinary collective IRWIN, established in 1983.  IRWIN, along with the music and performance group Laibach (est. 1980), the Theater of the Sisters of Scipion Nasice (est. 1983), and the design faction New Collectivism (est. 1982), comprise a broader art organization Neue Slowenische Kunst (or NSK).  Using a highly developed system of discursive instruments, aesthetic symbols, and performative techniques, NSK has employed visual arts, video, music, theater, writing, and public relations to investigate the relationship between art, social context and ideology.

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For further information, email Gediminas Gasparavicius at