Art

Newport Branch Library; Maurice Sendak Celebration

In advance of the Maurice Sendak Memorial Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art, the Newport Branch  of the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County (3730 Market Street) in Youngstown presents a celebration of Maurice Sendak and his works on Monday, May 12th at 5:30 P.M. [This event will feature a reading of Sendak's book Where The Wild Things Are, and activities that deal with the story, the author, or his other works.] More information about this event is available at (330) 744-8636.  

Butler Institute Of American Art; Tour Of Reflections Of African-American Life From The Myrna Colley-Lee Collection

The Butler Institute of American Art (524 Wick Avenue) in Youngstown presents retired Youngstown State University professor of art Al Bright, as he leads a tour of the exhibition Reflections of African-American Life from the Myrna Colley-Lee Collection on Saturday, May 10th at 1 P.M.

McDonough Museum Of Art; Spring Graduating BFA Show

The John J. McDonough Museum of Art (525 Wick Avenue) in Youngstown presents the Spring Graduating BFA Show running through Friday, May 9th. [This show will exhibit works in various media created by students graduating this semester from the Department of Art at Youngstown State University.] Museum hours and more information about this exhibit are available at (330) 941-1400.

Butler Institute Of American Art; Meet The Artist Reception (Kim NovaK)

The Butler Institute of American Art (524 Wick Avenue) in Youngstown presents a Meet The Artist Reception, introducing Kim Novak, on Sunday, May 4th from 1 until 3 P.M. [Ms. Novak is an actor and artist from Oregon whose works are inspired by spirituality and nature. Her exhibition Pastel Paintings, will be on display through Sunday, June 29th zt the Butler.] More information about this event or the exhibition is available at (330) 743-1107.

Butler Institute Of American Art; Maurice Sendak - Memorial Exhibition

The Butler Institute of American Art (524 Wick Avenue) in Youngstown presents the Maurice Sendak Memorial Exhibition running from Sunday, May 18th through Sunday, July 6th. [Fifty years ago, artist and illustrator Maurice Sendak created his classic children's book Where The Wild Things Are, and this exhibition includes some of his original drawings for the book, studies, and other materials related to his career.] Museum hours and more information about this exhibition are available at (330) 743-1107. 

Ward Bakery Building Open House

The Artists of the Mahoning Commons Spring Open Studio is on Saturday, May 3rd and Sunday, May 4th from noon to 5PM both days at the Ward Bakery Building, located at 1024 Mahoning Ave in Youngstown.  Artist's studios will be open featuring silks, photos, paintings, jewelry, ceramics,music, and many many other fun things to see and do. This event is open to the public.  

Calvin Center For The Arts; Youngstown SOUP

The Calvin Center For The Arts (1755 Mahoning Avenue) in Youngstown presents the inaugural Youngstown SOUP on Sunday, April 27th at 7 P.M. [SOUP celebrates creative projects by featuring speakers representing four community projects ranging from art, urban agriculture, social justice, social entrepreneurs, education, technology, and more.] More information about this event is available at (330) 519-8712.   

Rust Belt Theater Company; REpurposed Art Show

The Rust Belt Theater Company presents its annual REpurposed Art Show on Sunday, April 27th at 2 P.M. at the Calvin Center for the Arts (1755 Mahoning Avenue) in Youngstown. [This event will feature art in various media, live musical entertainment, performances by Rust Belt Theater Company cast members, food, and more.] More information about this event is available at (330) 507-2358.  

Butler Institute Of American Art; Reflections Exhibition

The Butler Institute of American Art (524 Wick Avenue) in Youngstown presents Reflections, an exhibition from the  Myrna Colley-Lee Collection running through Sunday, June 8th. [This exhibition features 50 works presenting the lives, traditions, and environments of African Americans from the 20th century to the present on various media, including paintings, works on paper, photographs, and fabric works.] More information about this exhibition is available at (330) 743-1107.

YSU College of Fine and Performing Arts; The Arts Mean Business Lecture Series - The Changing Art Market in the Digital Age Lecture

The Youngstown State University College of Fine and Performing Arts and Power of the Arts, in The Arts Mean Business Lecture Series, present the lectureThe Changing Art Market in the Digital Age on Wednesday, May 14th at 5:30 P.M. at The Raymond John Wean Foundation (147 West Market Street) in Warren.

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