Museum Exhibit

Butler Institute Of American Art; Jason Van Hoose - Photographs Exhibit

The Butler Institute of American Art (524 Wick Avenue) in Youngstown presents the Exhibit, Jason Van Hoose - Photographs, running through Sunday, December 29th in the Novak Gallery. [Jason Van Hoose is a local artist well-known for his paintings and drawings, and this exhibit will feature some of his digital photographs.] Museum hours and more information about this exhibit is available at (330) 743-1107.

YSU Art Department; Current Clay Exhibit

The Youngstown State University Art Department presents an Exhibit entitled, Current Clay, running from Monday, October 28th through Friday, November 8th in the Bliss Gallery, (Room 2300) on the second floor of Bliss Hall, on the campus of YSU. [Current Clay is a collection of ceramic art work created by YSU students taking Ceramic Art courses.] More information about this exhibit is available at (330) 941-3701.

Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor; Journey Stories Exhibit

The Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor (151 West Wood Street) in Youngstown presents the Exhibit entitled, Journey Stories, running from Wednesday, November 6th through Tuesday, December 31st. [Journey Stories shares the tales on how American citizens, from the Native Americans, to our ancestors, to new American citizens, came to live where they live, and their reasons for moving.] More information about this exhibit is available at (800) 262-6137.

YSU Art Department; Tiny Cameras, Tiny Pictures Exhibit

The Youngstown State University Art Department presents an Exhibit entitled, Tiny Cameras, Tiny Pictures, running from Saturday, October 12th through Friday, October 25th in the Bliss Gallery (Room 2300) on the second floor of Bliss Hall, on the campus of YSU. [Tiny Cameras, Tiny Pictures is a nationally juried photo competition featuring photographs by fourteen artists whose source for taking photographs was a cell phone camera.

Butler Institute Of American Art; William Partridge Burpee Pastels Exhibit

The Butler Institute Of American Art (524 Wick Avenue) in Youngstown presents the open Exhibit, William Partridge Burpee Pastels, running through Saturday, November 23rd in the Giffuni Gallery. [American master, William Partridge Burpee (1846-1940) was from Rockland, Maine, and is known for his seascapes and winter landscapes. He was influenced by Impressionism, Luminism, and Tonalism.] Museum hours and more information about thsi exhibit are available at (330) 743-1107.

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