Current Exhibitions


Betty and Howard Taylor Main Gallery

Cycling | Micah Kraus

We Are. Are We? I Am. Am I? It is. Is it? Ok. Ok? Ok! Ok. Said aloud, these mirrored words reorient the speaker from foundational assurance to existential uncertainty. In this exhibition, Micah Kraus grapples with information overload and is learning how little he knows and can be certain about.

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Welcome Gallery & hallways

StarBurst Juried Regional High School Exhibition

Closes early on May 21
StarBurst, Summit Artspace’s inaugural exhibition for Summit County High Schools, features artistic achievement from graduating seniors. A jury composed of visual arts educators will designate awards for outstanding work.

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Transition Gallery

National Collage Society 25th Annual Small-Format Exhibition

The National Collage Society hosts a small-format exhibition each year featuring postcard-sized collages created by its members. This is the 25th anniversary of the exhibition, which was originally called the Postcard Show.

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2nd Floor Gallery

Unnatural Fibers | Group Exhibition

This group of local artists—Trey Gehring, Erin Miller, Priscilla Roggenkamp, Allison Smith, and Stephen Tornero—are rooted in the traditions of fiber arts while pushing the boundaries of these practiced techniques by utilizing technology and nontraditional materials.

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3G Gallery

When We Share Our Wounds | Nick Lee

In Summit Artspace’s inaugural exhibition for BIPOC artists, Nick Lee explores the presentation of traditionally unrepresented people throughout the history of Western art. This body of work seeks to better represent Japanese Americans through portraiture.

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Virtual Only

Krakow Train Station | Blue & Yellow | Jacob Mollohan

Two Photography Series Documenting the Ukrainian Refugee Crisis By Jacob Mollohan

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