History

A Look Back Into the Archives: View

By: Kent State University Library Science Practicum Student, Alexandra Lynch

 

The Akron Art Institute Bulletin started off as a monthly, publishing information related to current exhibitions and art happenings in the city of Akron. Volume 1 Number 1of the bulletin was made available October 1929 and included the articles, Art for Children, Great Art for Little Purses, Hand Wrought Silverware and Thirty Paintings by Cleveland Artists. The Akron Art Institute Bulletin has taken many names throughout the years. It took its current name the View, in July of 2007 in conjunction with the opening of the new building.

The summer 2014 edition of the View is now available in the Akron Art Museum Library, at the information desk and online: http://issuu.com/akronartmuseum/docs/magazine_2014_summer_final. You can read articles on exhibitions such as, Tony Feher Akron Installations, Along the Tracks: O. Winston Link, and Butch Anthony: Vita Post Mortum. You can also find out about the fun and exciting programs and collaborations going on at the museum this summer.

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