On Friday, February 17th, the art students of Kenston visited the Akron Art Museum followed by a walk through downtown Akron to take reference photos for future projects. The museum had a wide variety of different types of art on display. The exhibit on grotesque anatomies contained pieces related to warping the human body in gross and disturbing ways. Another contained works related to minimalism, a type of art that focuses on conveying messages with as little detail as possible. The main exhibit was celebrating the alternative art magazine Hi-Fructose, which has readers from all over the globe. Artists featured at the museum included Tomiyuka Sakuta of Japan, Los Angeles based illustrator Todd Schorr, and the legendary pop artist Andy Warhol. “It was fun. I liked the red room with all the lights,” said senior Liz Burr. Later, the students perused the streets looking for great architecture, beautiful landscapes, or anything else they could snap a photo of with the cameras. The trip was inspirational and beneficial to those taking art classes.