Exhibit is ‘FRESH’ at Summit Artspace

Yoshiko Yap

One way to get by the severe fact of winter in Northeast Ohio is by trying one thing new, or for those of us who love visual artwork, by heading to see a thing new.

“FRESH,” the 18th yearly juried exhibit at Summit Artspace, is structured to “push the boundaries of what art can be — stylistically, conceptually, and technically — and troubles the viewer to see the earth by a new lens.”

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Frankly, it’s been a number of a long time due to the fact this show felt at all “fresh.” However, this yr is vastly enhanced in excess of many years earlier, and the show not only demonstrates some thrilling new get the job done but helps revive a sense of hope for the visual arts in Greater Akron, which wants venues like Summit Artspace to be vibrant and robust.

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