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Exhibitions


Exhibitions - Youngstown

Beecher Center - Youngstown | Salem Branch | Trumbull Branch

Apr 20, 2014
Easter Sunday: Museums Closed-Youngstown & Howland

Closed Easter Sunday.


Feb 13, 2013 Through Dec 31, 2014
Americana & Folk Art: Butler North Galleries

The new skywalk and Americana/Folk Art Galleries are now open to the public during regular museum hours. Admission to these newly renovated spaces is free, as is access to all Butler venues.


Jul 27, 2014 Through Sep 07, 2014
Annual National Juried Show: 78th National Midyear Exhibition (Youngstown)

This annual juried exhibition is open to artists over 18 years of age who reside within the United States and/or its territories. This year the show will be judged by nationally known painter Ben Schonzeit. Entry forms may be obtained by emailing biaalib2@yahoo.com or phone 330.743.1107, ext. 210. You may also download the form by accessing it in the downloads folder on the homepage of this website.


Jan 01, 2013 Through Dec 31, 2014
Fred Staloff: Selections from the Butler Collection

Always on view in Youngstown are works from the Butler collection by Fred Staloff. Visit the Staloff website to view this collection online.Fred Staloff


Apr 06, 2014 Through May 11, 2014
Seth Chwast: Autistic Artistic Mind

To highlight national Autism Awareness Month, and In cooperation with the Mahoning County schools, this exhibition of works by a young Cleveland autistic artist is both educational and inspiring. Special programs accompany this exhibition. Call 330.743.9184 for information.


May 18, 2014 Through Jul 06, 2014
Maurice Sendak: 50 Year Tribute

Fifty years ago, artist and illustrator Maurice Sendak (1928-2012) created his classic book, Where the Wild Things Are. This exhibition includes some of the original drawings for the book, studies and other materials relating to his extensive career. Special programs and tours accompany this exhibition. Call 330.743.1107, ext. 114 for information.



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