The Southside Fine Arts Academy will offer summer programming in collaboration with Neighborhood Ministries Center at Rockford Village, 1402B Dogwood Lane, in Youngstown, on Wednesdays through August 17th from 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Classes in creative writing/poetry, choir, visual arts, dance and drum circle will be offered. Summer programming will resume at the Fairview Arts and Outreach Center, 1420 Youngstown-Poland Road through August 23rd from 4:00 - 7:00 pm.
The Fashion Merchandising students at Youngstown State University are presenting the 2016 EveryBODY Fashion Show in the Chestnut Room in Kilcawley Center at YSU on Tuesday, March 29th, at 6:00 pm. The event aims to increase awareness about the perils of eating disorders, sponsored by The Danielle Peters Eating Disorders Endowment Fund. The event is free and open to the public. More information is available at 330-941-1822.
The Soap Gallery presents the exhivit 'Liminal', featuring the prints and painting od Eric Leroy Alleman. The show opens Friday, April 1 and runs through Sunday, April 24. The opening reception is Friday, April 1, 6:00 - 9:00 pm. The Soap Gallery is located at 117 S. Champion Street in Youngstown. It's open Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm.
The Youngstown Flea hosts a “Market For Makers” once per month right in the heart of the Downtown Youngstown area. This market is dedicated to local/regional vendors of hand-made, antique and repurposed wood/metal/furniture, vintage clothing, and collectibles. It is located in the heart of the city next to the Covelli Convention center. The next market date is Saturday April 23, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm. [Also May 21, June 25, July 23, Aug 30, Sept 24, Oct 22] More information at youngstownflea.com.
The Butler Institute of American Art, in Youngstown presents the exhibition," Autumn de Forest:The Tradition Continues," through Sunday June 26. Now based in Las Vegas, Autumn de Forest is an artist who happens to be 14 years old. More information at Butlerart.com.
M Gallery at Erie Terminal presents the art exhibit, "Tacit Aligning: Paintings by Dragana (drah-GAHN-uh) Crnjak (CHURN-yak)," on view through Friday, July 22. Hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00-5:00, Thursdays 1:00-7:00, or by appointment. "Tacit Alligning" highlights Crnjak's research during visits to Iceland in 2012 and to medieval monasteries in Serbia, Bosnia, Kosovo and Montenegro. M Gallery at Erie Terminal Place is located at 112 W. Commerce Street, in Youngstown.
M Gallery at Erie Terminal Place presnts Open M: "Open Mind - Open Mouth," a evening of artistic expression at M Gallery on Tuesday, March 22, at 8:00 pm. All musicians, poets, writers, and actors are invited.
M Gallery is at 112 W Commerce Street, in Youngstown. More information available from Johanna@nyopg.com.
The YSU Dana School of Music presents Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's opera "Così fan tutte," on Friday, April 22 & Saturday, April 23 at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, April 24 at 2:00 pm, in the Ford Theater in Bliss Hall, on the YSU campus. The opera will be sung
in Italian with supertitles in English. Tickets are available at the University Theater Box Office in Bliss Hall, at 330-941-3105; and online at ysu.tix.com.
WYSU and St. John's Episcopal Church are sponsoring a concert by Arsenal Duo, at the church, 323 Wick Avenue, in Youngstown, on Friday, March 18 at 7:30. Pittsburgh pianist Nathan Carterette and organist Edward Alan Moore of Girard make up Arsenal Duo. They present concerts that unite their respective instruments in a unique and spectacular fashion. Tickets and more information available online at stjohnohio.org or by phone at 330-743-3175.
The Soap Gallery, at 117 South Champion Street in Youngstown, presents the exhibit "For Your Home," through Sunday, March 27. Gallery Hours are Tuesday-Saturday 11:00 am - 6:00 pm. This show features practical sized pieces of work, hand crafted furniture, and one of a kind objects. The show features furniture by Mark Nelson and Eric Rauschenbach, wall pieces handcrafted by Bill Griffin, ceramics by Maryssa Moczan, sculptures and birdbaths by Tony Armeni.