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Summa Gallery history

The Summa Gallery opened in March 2020. Here's a look back at past exhibitions in the gallery:

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage with Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center

The Summa Health Gallery presents works by visual artists of the Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center. 

We are delighted to collaborate with this cultural institution during Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15). The artists range from being completely self-taught to having multiple art degrees and everything in between!

The exhibition features vibrant and expressive artworks in a variety of mediums including paint, photography, digital and mixed media.

Featured Artists: Dariana Bazan, Bruno Casiano, Hector Castellanos, Higo Gabarron, Juliann Ofray aka Jewls, Kenron Morgan, Georgio Sabino.


Spring 2022 Employee Exhibition

The Summa Health Healing Arts Program is excited to present an exhibition of artwork created by Summa Health employees!  This exhibition is designed to give employees a unique opportunity to exhibit their creative works and display the talent within our healthcare community! The exhibition features works by employees from across the hospital system working in a variety of mediums, including painting, drawing, textiles, collage, photography and assemblage. 

The 2022 Employee Exhibition runs May 12th through August 9th at both Akron and Barberton campuses. 

Artwork in the 2022 Employee Exhibition is NFS-Not For Sale.

Questions, email or call 330.375.4004.


Winter 2022 Exhibition
Elevating Our Mood: Visual Artists of Akron Black Artist Guild

The Summa Gallery presents the bright, bold and beautiful artworks in fiber, photography and paint by visual artists of the Akron Black Artist Guild.

Summa Health is delighted to collaborate with this new cultural Akron institution, whose artists have brought us a palette sure to enhance our mood during the long, grey Northeast Ohio winter months. What a perfect way to also celebrate Black History month, with an exhibition featuring not only Black artists but also reflecting the African diaspora in the colors, textiles and subjects of many of the pieces in the exhibition. As this show features all women artists, it also honors Women’s History month in March.


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