Cuyahoga Falls High School student Katy Spinner holds up a poster for the Cuyahoga Falls Postcard Project, for which she organized for her Girl Scout Gold Award.
Provided by Katy Spinner
Memories of Falls Community at Center of Girl Scout Gold Award Project
Bart Sullivan, 02-10-2020
As the Cuyahoga Falls art community continues to grow, artwork, artists, and galleries are garnering more and more attention. For one upcoming display in particular, both the artist and focus of the work are products of Cuyahoga Falls. ... click to full article

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Comic Fans Invade Cuyahoga Falls for Akron Comicon
Since the 1950s, comic conventions have been popping up around the world, bringing millions of fans of the medium to convention centers around the country and worldwide. Over the last few decades, however, these “comic cons” have focused more on the ... click to full article

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Artist Spotlight:
Daena Johnson
By looking at the current blockbuster movies and top children’s’ cartoons, it is not difficult to see what audiences are enjoying in pop culture. Superheroes are beyond popular, especially given the continuing Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fans watch ... click to full article

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Sweet Christmas! Comic Art Up Front at New Gallery
The old adage that a picture is worth a thousand words is especially true when it comes to comic books—some comic illustrations will describe an entire event without even the need for dialogue. For the Cuyahoga Falls gallery's second show since opening ... click to full article

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Local Creativity Refracted Through Collide’s PRISM Project
Over the last year, downtown Cuyahoga Falls has grown as an art district, introducing new festivals, working out ideas for public art, and, most recently, hosting Collide Cuyahoga Falls’ PRISM Project. Providing local art to business on Front Street ... click to full article

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Marvel and Bigfoot and Ponies—Oh My!: Oddmall Celebrates Its Anniversary at Knight Center
Have you ever wondered where to find a Quidditch cat bed? What about humanely acquired taxidermy? Or how about a cartoonish painting of Batman? Oddmall: Emporium of the Weird has these and so much more, and the 10th annual event was held at the John S. ... click to full article

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Student Artwork Right at Home Downtown
The artistic side of Cuyahoga Falls expanded Thursday night, May 2nd, as artwork, music, and theatrical productions were presented by students of the Cuyahoga Falls and Woodridge school districts at the Fifth Annual Cuyahoga Falls All-City Art Walk. Encompassing ... click to full article

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A Collision of Art, Music, and Words
On Thursday, February 28th, The Cashmere Cricket hosted Collide: Cuyahoga Falls’ spoken word, music, and art show. Comprised of 6 speakers, musical entertainment from the Nick Paparone Trio, and live painting by local artist Amy Mothersbaugh—the product ... click to full article

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Friendship Hangs High at City Hall
In a historic speech, Helen Keller once said, “Alone we can do so little, together, we can do so much.” This anecdote best describes the newest artwork hanging at Cuyahoga Falls City Hall, created by Roberts Middle School’s art students. ... click to full article

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Cuyahoga Falls Alumni Bring Art to HiHO
All artists get their start somewhere—often as children in school. The considerable art community in Cuyahoga Falls is no exception, and the Cuyahoga Falls Alumni Art Show at HiHO Brewing Company on December 19th proved it. Alumni and staff of the Cuyahoga ... click to full article

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Artist Spotlight:
Toni Billick
In the art world, it’s not uncommon for an artist to enjoy working in one or two different media, whether costumes, photography, drawing, jewelry, etc. For Cuyahoga Falls artist Toni Billick, however, there is no limit. ... click to full article

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Falls Summer Fun Still Showing Through Autumn
A city is seen differently by everyone who lives in and around it. Some love everything about where they live, while others may want to be anywhere else. For Cuyahoga Falls, there are many reasons why the former is true, as seen through the eyes of local ... click to full article

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A Plein Air View of a City Newly Presented
When people describe Cuyahoga Falls to those outside the city, there are certain attributes that always stand out: the river, the downtown shopping district, the clock tower, and the closeness of the community. All of these are found especially in the ... click to full article

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Cuyahoga Falls Artist Gets “Sketchy”
He may work in I.T., but you can call him “Doctor.” That’s because Cuyahoga Falls artist Andrew Sunderland is part of the trio that runs the Akron life drawing events known as Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School. ... click to full article

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Local Gallery Exhibits Textile Works
Art is subjective. What constitutes art to one person might produce quite a different reaction from someone else, and that's precisely because art is subjective. This is certainly not the only lesson one learns when visiting art galleries, but it bears ... click to full article

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