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One man’s junk is another man’s art Rich Muller Herald Staff Writer
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Artist Terry Klausman turns barbed wire into art.
What some may think of as old and worn, Terry Klausman thinks of as works of art. Klausman, of Barberton, is a metal fabricator in his day job, but when not at Neidert Fabricating, he is working on projects, many in which he calls “found object assembly.” As the name implies, works of art are assembled from objects never intended to go together, such as a table leg, a piston from an engine, a baseball bat, parts of a sewing machine, an animal skull, to list just a few. “My process in doing sculpture is I go to my stash and I grab pieces and I lay it on the floor until I feel it’s starting to work together and starting to come together, working as a design, because my art is design-based, or formal,” Klausman said. He doesn’t like to paint the objects, preferring they be seen for what they are. “I want all that history and
Our school is cool
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School spirit runs wild as Barberton High School is proclaimed a “cool school” by Fox 8 television. Barberton beat out Nordonia and Springfield in online voting. Fox 8 aired a segment on the school, highlighting classrooms and other venues.
the life, the story, to speak from the objects,” he said. Klausman’s art also includes welded steel sculpting and colored pencil drawings. One theme he has been exploring in his drawings appears simple in concept, barbed wire, but in execution is more than drawing a straight line. Klausman draws strands of barbed wire across a page of black paper, creating a complicated design. His barbed wire art was noticed by Mitchell Kahan, recently retired director of the Akron Art Museum. Klausman said Kahan told him he had never seen anything like it and wondered when Klausman
was going to have a show at the Harris Stanton Gallery in Akron. That led to a call from Meg Harris of the gallery and Klausman’s barbed wire drawings will be showcased in an exhibit at the gallery, June 14 to July 13. Klausman creates his art at Summit Artspace on E. Market Street in downtown Akron. A gallery show titled “ Time Capsule” and curated by Klausman at Artspace is to open January of 2015. It will feature Klausman’s art as well as that of Gwen Waight and Bret Hines, who he said were the inspiration to move into sculpting.
Overture, curtains, lights Lake 8 Movies opens
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Mayor’s Court moves to Mondays
Effective Monday, May 6, Norton Mayor’s Court will change its court day to Mondays. Court will begin at 4 p.m. in the Administration BuildingCouncil/Courtroom, 4060ColumbiaWoodsDrive. There will be no Mayor’s Court, Thursday, May 2.
Poda campaign event set
Jon Poda, Democratic candidate for Barberton Clerk of Courts, will have a campaign fundraiser Thursday, April 25, from 4:30–7 p.m., at Legends Sports Pub & Grille, 1840 Town Park Blvd., Green. Food and beverages will be provided. The suggested donation is $35 per person, or $20 for seniors, young Democrats, or veterans.
Norton Kiwanis host prayer day
three of the eight theaters will offer movies in 3-D. In addition to new projection equipment, the theater has a new sound system and has been cleaned from top to bottom. The box office has been moved inside and the concession area has been remodeled. Mayor Bill Judge said he is excited to see the theater opening. “We worked very hard at putting this deal together and with the partnership among the city, NDS and Great Oaks (the theater operator), Barberton will once again have a theater in its downtown area,” he said.
The Norton Kiwanis is sponsoring the Community Prayer Breakfast. The featured speaker is Pastor Ken Price and his topic is “What if...?” The breakfast is designed to celebrate the National Day of Prayer, which is the first Thursday of May each year. This year we will be having the breakfast at Grace Church in Norton, 7 a.m. and will conclude promptly by 8:30 a.m. Cost of tickets is $10. The proceeds will go to the Barberton Area Community Ministries. We make an effort to have a pastor or prayer partner at every table. We also make a strong effort to have our elected officials, school officials, police and fire officers, from Norton, Barberton, and New Franklin. Tickets are available at the Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy, a member of the Norton Kiwanisor call 330-825-7676.
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Movie-goers get a sneak peek into the new shows.
Carl Boon Herald Staff Writer Movie-goers will once again be able to enjoy movies downtown with the Friday, April 26 opening of the newly-revamped Lake 8 Movies. Owned by Neighborhood Development Ser vices (NDS), Lake 8 features Sony 4K digital cinema equipment, offering picture resolution five times greater than high definition television. Manager Jeff Davis said the new equipment will “certainly assist with competing with other theaters that already have this technology.” He said
21st Street temporarily closing The city of Barberton will close 21st Street NW for one week beginning Monday, April 29, at 9 a.m., for emergency repairs to a sanitary sewer at the old West Theater. 21st Street NW will be barricaded at Wooster Road W. Temporary two-way local traffic will be posted on 21st Street from the work zone north to Liberty Street. One-way traffic will be maintained on 21st Street from Liberty north to W. Tuscarawas Avenue. There will be no parking on 21st Street in the two-way zone and on Liberty from 21st to 22nd streets NW. Kenmore Construction Company will be making the repairs.
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