On display April 26-July 24, 2022
ABANDONED AMERICA: EVERYTHING MUST PASS
Abandoned America was started to capture the mesmerizing beauty and lost history of the various derelict buildings dotting our country's landscape. First and foremost, his work an attempt to retain the history and essence of neglected sites before (and after) they are gone forever. As our industrial sector sags and many of the social institutions that once were the pride of our country now lie in ruins, it is vital that we remember our heritage and our achievements.
WITNESS TO WARTIME: THE PAINTED DIARY OF TAKUICHI FUJII
This exhibit introduces an artist whose work opens a window to historical events, issues, and ideas far greater than the individual. Takuichi Fujii (1891 - 1964) bore witness to his life in America and, most especially, to his experience during World War II. Fujii left a remarkably comprehensive visual record of this important time in American history and offers a unique perspective on his generation.
ASIAN VOICES FROM THE CMA COLLECTION
Asian artists have long sought fresh new opportunities in the United States, arriving as refugees, economic migrants, students, or professionals. In celebration of these artists, CMA presents “Asian Voices,” an exhibit of work by Asian artists from our collection whose voices speak to the fluidity of an individual’s sense of place and self.
VISIONS 2022: CANTON ARTISTS LEAGUE SHOW
The Canton Artists League consists of members from all over Stark County who are artists, photographers, and craftsmen who meet to help further their creativity through a shared bond of talent and imagination. Its mission is to provide enrichment opportunities and encouragement for professional, semi-professional, and amateur visual artists and individuals who have a sincere interest in supporting art.
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