Museum Exhibit

YSU McDonough Museum of Art: #BlackArtists Matter Virtual Exhibit

The artworks of historical and contemporary black visual artists are highlighted in a new virtual exhibit by YSU's McDonough Museum of Art. Works in the "hash tag Black Lives Matter' exhibition can currently be found on the McDonough Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts, and will be archived on the McDonough Museum website. More information at 330-941-13-71.

YSU Department of History : Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor Now Open

In partnership with Ohio History Connection and Youngstown State University, the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor is welcoming visitors back. The Historical Center exhibit galleries will be open to the general public each Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 10 am - 4 pm, and Saturday from Noon - 4 pm. There are additional hours on Fridays from 9  - 10 am, and Saturdays from 11 am to Noon for high-risk patrons only.  It is recommended that patrons plan to pay admission fees by card or check.   Reservations for group tours can be made at 330-941-1314.

Mill Creek MetroParks: Unity Through Nature

Mill Creek MetroParks presents the exhibit Unity Through Nature, featuring students from the Youngstown City School District Visual and Performing Arts program, the Tri-County School District as well as students from YSU, through Sunday, February 9 in the Weller Gallery of the Davis Center at Fellows Riverside Garden.  The students unite and collaborate to pay tribute to Mill Creek MetroParks through paintings on canvas.  Open Tuesday – Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm.

 

YSU Department of Art: African American History Exhibition

The YSU Department of Art presents an African American History Exhibition, Monday, February 3 – Friday, February 28, in the Judith Rae Solomon Gallery, in Bliss Hall, on the YSU campus.

 

YSU Department of Art: Northeastern Ohio Scholastics Art Exhibition

The YSU Department of Art presents the Northeastern Ohio Scholastics Art Exhibition, Monday, January 6 – Wednesday, January 29, in the Judith Rae Solomon Gallery, in Bliss Hall, on the YSU campus.

The McDonough Museum of Art: Public Reception

The McDonough Museum of Art, in Youngstown, presents a public reception on Friday, January 24th, 5-7 pm. Art works by Ken Rinaldo, Kristina Paabus, (paah-bus), Kimberly Chapman and Red Press Collaborative will be featured. More information is available at YSU dot EDU slash mcdonough dash Museum.

 

Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor: The Way We Worked Exhibit Opening

The Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor, in Youngstown, presents The Way We Worked Exhibit Opening, on Saturday, October 26, noon - 4 pm.  This free exhibition will be on display from Saturday, October 26 through Sunday, January 12. Museum hours are Wednesday through Friday, 10 am to 4 pm, and Saturdays 12 pm to 4 pm. 

Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County: Mark's Ark

The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County presents Mark's Ark, on Monday, July 29, at 11 am, at the Michael Kusalaba Library.  Mark's animal show is hands-on. For children of all ages. 

Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County: Balto: A History of Humans, Huskies, and Health in Alaska

The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County presents Balto: A History of Humans, Huskies, and Health in Alaska, on Wednesday, July 24, at 11 am, at the Newport Library.  The program tells the the story of Balto and the heroic dogs and mushers of the 1925 Alaskan Serum Run, and compare their experience to the Iditarod of today through video conferencing with the museum. Reservations can be made at 330-744-8636.   

 

Winona Area Historical Society: Strawberry Festival/Winona Sesquicentennial Celebration

The Winona Area Historical Society presents its Strawberry Festival andWinona Sesquicentennial Celebration on Sunday, June 23rd, 11:30 am - 3 pm, at the corner of Winona Road and Cameron Street in downtown Winona. Events include flax scutching demonstrations, a display of handmade signature quilts, historical displays by local organizations, dulcimer players and more. 

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