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Established by Claudia Zeber-Martell and Michael Martell, Zeber-Martell Gallery & Clay Studio is a Contemporary-style art gallery on Furnace Street. Opened in the year 1985, this gallery showcases various artworks like sculptures, jewelry, pottery, handblown glass and a lot more. They even host pottery classes for art lovers. This gallery also sells a variety of handcrafted objects like lamps, showpieces and cups.
Located in University of Akron’s large campus, Emily Davis Gallery is part of the prestigious Mary Schiller Myers School of Art. This spacious gallery is set in Folk Hall. This art gallery showcases a number of art exhibitions that are put together by students, faculty and other talented artists. The exhibitions held here showcases several artworks which features ceramics, paintings, metals, photographs, digital media and a lot more. These interesting exhibitions can be visited by art connoisseurs from across the country.
The Paul A. Daum Theatre is tucked inside the Kolbe Hall located at the University of Akron. All shows are directed and produced by the performance arts students, and they are known to put on quite a show. The theater can seat around 250 people and has become very popular. Do contact for more details.
A prominent soccer field at the University of Akron Campus, the FirstEnergy Stadium-Cub Cadet Field is home-ground to the Akron Zip's men and women college soccer teams. The Field is also known to host several inter-college events and programs. For more details on current events, do visit the website or call ahead.
James Rhodes Arena situated on the campus of The University of Akron is a state-of-the-art basketball arena that plays host to the home matches of university's basketball team, Akron Zips. Both men's and women's basketball team of the university practices and plays competitive matches at this very arena. Opened in 1983, this arena is named after the former governor of Ohio for two separate terms. Apart from the world-class playing surface and comfortable seating area, James Rhodes Arena features team locker rooms, team lounges and a state-of-the-art gymnasium for the conditioning of athletes.
Established in 1839, the Glendale Cemetery is worth a visit for its splendid architecture and garden. This peaceful and serene space has exquisite mausoleums, a Gothic Chapel and a beautifully maintained garden. It also has special memorial for the Civil War and monument dedicated to John R. Buchtel. For more details, check website.