Festival

Lakeside Society for the Performing Arts: Pipe Organ Festival and Josh Stafford Organ Recital

The Lakeside Society for the Performing Arts is presenting Chautauqua Institute organist Joshua Stafford as guest artist and clinician for the First Annual Bud Hill Memorial Pipe Organ Festival, which started yesterday and runs through Friday, at Lakeside High School, in Ashtabula. Stafford, a nationally acclaimed and award winning organist, will conclude the Festival with a recital on Friday, January 28 at 7:00 pm.  Admission is free for the Festival and the Recital, with donations accepted. 

 

 

Butler Institute of American Art: 50th-Annual Holiday Fine Arts and Crafts Show

The Butler Institute of American Art hosts its 50th-Annual Holiday Fine Arts and Crafts Show on Saturday, December 4th & Sunday, December 5th. Show opens at 10 am both days and runs through 5 pm Saturday, and 4 pm Sunday.  This show features visual artists and craftspeople showcasing their work. Admission is $5.  More Information at butlerart.com.

 

YSU Hispanic Heritage Celebration

The YSU LatinX & Hispanic Student Organization and the YSU Hispanic Heritage Planning Committee present a Hispanic Heritage Celebration, on Saturday, October 16th, at noon, in the Chestnut Room of YSU Kilcawley Center.  The celebration will feature music entertainment, dance performances, cultural displays, vendors, resource tables, children’s activities, dancing, and light refreshments. It is free and open to the public. More information at 330-941-1717 or amtorres02@ysu.edu.

LitYoungstown: Poet Teri Ellen Cross Davis and Novelist Bonnie Proudfoot

WYSU is co-sponsor a reading by poet Teri Ellen Cross Davis and novelist Bonnie Proudfoot, Friday, October 8 at 7:00 at St. John’s Episcopal Church, on Wick Avenue in Youngstown. The reading, free and open to the public, is part of Lit Youngstown’s Fall Literary Festival. More information at LitYoungstown.org.

YSU Cliffe College of Creative Arts: The 24th Annual Summer Festival of the Arts (Extended)

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YSU's Cliffe College of Creative Arts presents the 24th Annual Summer Festival of the Arts, at the Wean Foundation Park in downtown Youngstown on Saturday, July 9th, 10 am - 6 pm, and Sunday, July 10th, 11 am - 5 pm. The heart of the festival is the artists’ marketplace that showcases the work of over 70 local, regional and national artists.  Music, theater and dance performances are also scheduled, as well as the popular hands on art tent for children. More information is available at YSU dot edu slash SFA, and on Facebook.

 

YSU Summer Festival of the Arts: Volunteers

The 24th annual YSU Summer Festival of the Arts, scheduled for July 9 and 10 at Wean Park in downtown Youngstown, is seeking volunteers for the event.  Volunteers are needed for artist registration; information booths; in the children's hands-on art tent; and for technical assistance at performance sites, among other areas. Various shifts are available for the two-day event. More information is available from the YSU Office of Community Engagement and Events at 330-727-7514.

 

 

Festival of New Work

Festival of New Work

University Theatre

Saturday, April 24 · 7:30 PM

A celebration of original student work in film, playwriting, choreography, puppetry and devised performance.

This production is free of charge.

Available on the Cliffe College YouTube channel

David Giffels Reads From Barnstorming Ohio

 

David Giffels will read from his book Barnstorming Ohio: To Understand America at Lit Youngstown’s Fall Literary Festival on Saturday, September 26 at 7:00. The reading, hosted by Tim Francisco, is co-sponsored by WYSU and will be livestreamed on Lit Youngstown’s YouTube Channel. More information at LitYoungstown.org.

 

 

Lit Youngstown's Virtual Fall Literary Festival

The Lit Youngstown's Virtual Fall Literary Festival takes place from Thursday, September 24th through Saturday, September 26. This year’s theme is In Many Tongues: Constituents of the Barbaric Yawp.  Lit Youngstown's full fall festival schedule, and event registration, is available at "Lit Youngstown dot org.

Lit Youngstown's Virtual Fall Literary Festival: Keynote Address

The keynote at Lit Youngstown's Virtual Fall Literary Festival – "Thank You Cleveland Good Night: How the Reluctant Writer Becomes a Performer" – will be delivered by David Giffels, via YouTube Live, on Friday, September 25th at 1 pm. 88.5 WYSU-FM is pleased to be a co-sponsor of the keynote. Lit Youngstown's full fall festival schedule, and event registration, is available at "Lit Youngstown dot org."

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