Mayor Walters is proud to announce a community art installation at City Hall in partnership with Western Reserve Hospital and Cuyahoga Falls Schools. Through the generosity of Western Reserve Hospital, works that were created by students in the Cuyahoga Falls City Schools are now on display for community viewing. The artwork is on loan to the city from the Cuyahoga Falls City Schools and is currently hung in City Hall along the south hallway near the Tax and Utility Billing Departments. Additional works are on display in a frequently utilized conference room. The community is invited to view the art show during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The work will also be featured at City Hall during the All City Art Walk to be held on April 19, 2018, from 5:00-8:00 p.m.
“It is an honor to be able to partner with Western Reserve Hospital, the Cuyahoga Falls City Schools and our local artists, to bring these phenomenal pieces of art to City Hall that were made by our creative students,” stated Mayor Walters. “We are proud to showcase our local talent while highlighting our commitment to supporting the arts in our city and I am grateful that the works are on loan to City Hall for display.”
“Supporting the City’s arts programs is just one of the many ways in which we are able to exhibit our commitment to Cuyahoga Falls and Mayor Don Walters,” said Dr. Robert Kent, President and CEO, Western Reserve Hospital. “We are proud to be a part of this growing cultural movement in Cuyahoga Falls and look forward to more opportunities our close relationship with the City will bring.”
Western Reserve Hospital is providing services by art curator Jessica Lofthus to select and hang the art pieces to create cohesive collections. Art work continues to periodically be rotated out of City Hall and replaced with new works so that the community may continue to enjoy art, free of charge.