Bluff Blue Door Gallery
BBDG Is an art gallery specializing in art by personal friends. We open to the public the 3rd Thursday of the Month. On-street parking only when it's not snowing or raining. Otherwise park at your own risk.
BBDG Is an alternative art gallery. We open to the public the 3rd Thursday of the Month as part of the AkronArtwalk. On-street parking available.
Bluff Blue Door Gallery
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Winter show is up now.
Gather your friends and contact Sam Bittaker on FB or at 3309267002.
Artists include Nathan Prebonick, Sam Bittaker, Ryan Sandy, and more
Public hours posted soon
This Saturday11/18 from 5pm to 10pm.
While artist Ed Green has an aversion to cities, they've also helped shape his style of oil-painting that's vivid and unique. You can see his exhibit "Impressions of the City," this Saturday, Nov. 18 at the Bluff Blue Door Gallery. http://akronist.com/award-winning-oil-painter-brings-unique-cityscapes-bluff-gallery-nov-18/
A "Trailer" for the Mobile Incubator
The Mobile Incubator travels across the US, meeting with artists and entrepreneurs. Here, Lucas Spivey installs the Mobile Incubator at the Boston Center for the…
Congratulations to Lizzy Aronhalt for showing in the Northside District Outdoor Gallery! The unveiling is scheduled for the 16th of October, at 6:30 pm. You can see her winning entry on the corner of Furnace and North Main Street.
Aronhalt is the current curator for BBDG's En Plein Air event September 20th, and Gallery showing on Oct. 21st.
It's all fun for a goof cause!
Lizzi Aronhalt Art
This morning's palette and work in progress from the inagural Blue Door Plein Air Akron painting event! There are about 8 more artists around town today capturing scenes from the city. Stay tuned for info about the night of our art show where the work will be revealed!
Art imitating art imitating life. Had a wonderful turnout for our featured artist, Heather Protz, and rock stacking guru Ed Cote Thank you for your patience with the street. Don't forget to purchase your prints from the artist.
I am so excited to be hanging another show with Michael Owen! See everyone Saturday night!
Long ago a brilliant woman snapped/professored/ curated / exhibited /developed/ fused / printed photography in The 330. WELCOME Heather Protz home & feel the smile we all miss. COME PAINT THE NITE W/FIRE / SATURDAY/ TELL A FRIEND / BRING THEM
Akron Soul Train recently added three more artists to its roster of fellowships for 2017-2018. The project will give artists a place to stay, a space to create and money to do so. Thanks to Amy M Mothersbaugh and Natalie Grieshammer for recently sharing some of the team's unique vision and look out for these artist fellows: Michelle Miller Droll, Stephen Tomasko, Jenniffer Omaitz, Danny Volk, Gabriel Gott and Eva Kwong. http://akronist.com/akron-soul-train-adds-artists-2017-2018-fellowship-lineup/
Do you have an interesting story to tell? You can share this message and inspire 200 of your closest friends at the Aug. 4 installment of PechaKucha Akron, one of the area's premier events that uses an engaging and fast-paced speaker format. Applications are due June 23. http://akronist.com/pechakucha-akron-accepts-submissions-aug-4-speaker-series/
Bluff Street loves #PoetryinAkron
Have a listen to the Spoils of evocative literature.
Like a stream-of-consciousness verse, Akron’s poetry scene is steadily growing and taking shape, and Shane and Chris speak with three of the scene’s promising poets: Noor Hindi, Yoly and Mike Krutel. Yoly and Noor talk about the Poetry in Akron series, whi...
This weekend's Rubber City Pop Culture Fest is the result of two decades of hard work by two savvy pop culture enthusiasts: Dan Gorman and Jason Miller. The event features a charity zombie walk, pop culture auction, wrestling, local and national personalities and artists and a whole lot of vendors. Daniel P. Gorman Studios http://akronist.com/pop-culture-fest-comes-east-end-goodyear-hall-may-26-28/
It will be done. It will be done. It will be done...
Bluff Blue Door is getting ready to open it's doors for the 2017 season. We will be open during the Artwalk starting in May. Please be mindful of the current traffic patterns by following traffic updates through the driveakron.com website. Hope to see you soon!
As part of the Oak Park Renewal (SR-59) project and the Old Main Sewer Separation project, Kenmore Construction, G. Stephens, H.R. Gray and the City of Akron have closed the intersection of MLK Jr. Blvd. / N. Howard St. / N. Main St. for the relocation of existing utilities and the lowering of the e...
Want help filling out your artist application for a 2017 Artist Fellowship with Akron Soul Train? Join AST, March 23rd at Mustard Seed (Highland Square)- They will talk you through it. There are three ways to apply.
Please refer to website application prior to attending event.
TOMORROW is National Arts Advocacy Day 2017!
“Arts Advocacy Day is an opportunity to join forces with organizations nationwide and show our support for arts and culture in Summit County, Ohio,” said Nicole Mullet, Executive Director of ArtsNow. “A vibrant creative scene gives community life. It inspires us, enables innovation and fosters understanding and civic growth.”
Click the link to learn simple ways to advocate for and support YOUR #CreativeSummit community...
This Saturday, March 18, Body & Soul: Black Radical Cinema
Attendees may bring their own beer, wine or snack. Admission is free, but donations between $5 and $10 are recommended.
Tomorrow, Rubicon Cinema will host a curated lineup of portrayals of the black experience, from the Civil Rights era to today, with Body & Soul: Black Radical Cinema, featuring five short films. Curator Chris Stults, from Columbus' Wexner Center for the Arts, will be on hand for a Q&A. http://akronist.com/rubicon-hosts-black-radical-cinema-lineup-march-18/
It's the hottest show in Akron and we have you dialed in. You have something to say, come say it. Self-submit deadline is this Monday! Follow the link to fulfill your need to be heard!
PechaKucha: 20 Slides x 20 Seconds/Slide = A fantastic and informative evening in Akron. We appreciate your interest in serving as a possible presenter at PechaKucha Akron! PechaKucha Akron's team of organizers are dedicated to ensuring that each event represents a diverse group of speakers and topi...
#lovemyakron #iHeartAkron on Twitter to active the lights from anywhere.
Share the fun news with your family and friends who keep our pride alive! #CuratedStorefront #AkronLibrary #iHeartAkron #KnightArts
#iHeartAkron on Twitter to activate the lights from anywhere.
The five Zelda-inspired LED heart sculptures by Markus and Margarita Benitez-Vogl are up and live at the Akron-Summit County Public Library.
They will be up for six months and controlled by the public in their response with #iHeartAkron.
Share the fun news with your family and friends who keep their pride alive! #CuratedStorefront #AkronLibrary #iHeartAkron #KnightArts
Congratulations Jennifer! You are an inspiration to us all!
Whether it's molding young artistic minds, hosting painting parties and socially conscious crafting events for adults, or dressing in a full-body yarn suit for a recent Akron Art Museum installation, Jennifer Davis of smART Studio embodies a builder of creative community and is so deserving of this award given last night at Crafty Mart's Beach Bash fundraiser. Congrats Jen! http://akronist.com/jennifer-davis-smartstudio-honored-creative-community-builder-annual-award-name/
Local filmmaker McDaniel Elder Clyde McDaniel wanted to honor the Akron businesses he visited as a child that are still going strong, those local “mom and pop” establishments that are integral to the fabric of the city’s history.
His film, “Akron Unique,” is the second part in his Ye Olde Neighborhood series (the first installment profiled some of Akron’s locally owned hardware stores). Businesses featured in this installment include Stagecoach Antiques, The Book Seller, Highland Shoe Repair, January Paint & Wallpaper and the Peanut Shoppe of Akron.
“This episode highlights places I use to visit as a kid in the late ’50s and ’60s and they're still around," says McDaniel.
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Welcome to Main Street!
Bringing life to downtown Akron with a series of ongoing exhibitions that will activate unused storefronts with multimedia art installations.
Pechakucha starts ay 7 pm but come early to see John Sokol's work! 526 S. Main Street, Akron, 5th floor. Look for me, I will make sure you get there! https://www.facebook.com/events/155943518198220/
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