Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Dee Perry gets the scoop on the Andy Warhol Foundation's donation to Akron's art school. Plus, we get a sneak peek at the Theater Ninjas and Mamaí Theatre Company's partnership for the show "Stranded on Earth" and take a look at Heights Arts' newly-launched "Make your Mark for the Arts" initiative.
Heights Arts launched a new initiative and artist commission project, ‘Make your Mark for the Arts,’ which is designed to creatively inspire local businesses. The program kicked off May 29 and will continue for the next several months.
Arts and Culture, Theatre
Gedas Gasparivicius, contemporary art historian, University of Akron
Charles Beneke, printmaker, University of Akron
Jeremy Paul, Theater Ninjas’ artistic director
Derdriu Ring, Mamaí artistic associate, ‘Stranded on Earth’ actress
Steve Presser, Heights Arts board member, business owner
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