COMMUNITY CULTURE NIGHT
Community Culture Night
January 24th 2020; Free, 7:00-8:30pm
Meet Donna Webb, an artist who once thought she would be a social worker or a biologist and who has discovered that being an artist is a great umbrella title that can allow exploration of both those early interests.
Donna Webb has been engaged as an artist in Akron, OH in a number of ways: creating Cascade Village Public Art, making public and private tile installations and collecting stories from the community with The Akron Story Circle Project. She shares a studio converted from a neighborhood grocery store built in 1923, with her husband, Joe Blue Sky. In the studio, called Blue Sky, she makes sculpture and tiles. In September her exhibition at ArtSeen Gallery closed. In the spring she has an exhibition with Beth Lindenberger in Richmond, Virginia, as part of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. For four years the studio also has hosted Rubicon, a local film group. Once a month they show the films of an artist or group of artists with conversation with the artists and about the films.
Also, Retired Professor University of Akron Myers School of Art