Beecher Center - Youngstown | Salem Branch | Trumbull Branch
|Sep 13, 2013 Through Dec 31, 2013|
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.
|Sep 08, 2013 Through Jan 26, 2014|
Born in Oceanside New York in 1982, Mangiardi attended the Skowhegan School of painting and sculpture in 2007, and received an MFA in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2008. Oscillating between realism and abstraction, she constructs, reconfigures and paints historical textiles that seem to be in a state of decay. Drawing upon an array of sources, both researched and imagined, her work explores the materials historic, aesthetic and social complexities through a process of revealing and veiling complexity and restraint.
|Oct 20, 2013 Through Apr 20, 2014|
Free art programs are offered at the Butler in Youngstown with emphasis on the museum collection and temporary exhibits. Youngstown family days are held on Sundays at 1:30 pm and occur October 20, November 16 (2013) and January 19, February 16, March 16 and April 27 (2014).
Free art program at the Butler in Howland are presented in conjunction with the Howland branch of the Warren-Trumbull County Library. Howland programs occur Saturdays at 2 pm, are set for October 19, November 17 (2013), January 18, February 15, March 15 and April 19(2014).
Call 330.743.1107, et. 114 for more information.
|Nov 10, 2013 Through Jan 26, 2014|
This exhibition displays digital works by a Tampa, Florida, artist who is known for his innovation and creative use of photo-imaging and high-definition printing.
|Jan 01, 2013 Through Dec 31, 2013|
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
|Jan 26, 2014 Through Feb 23, 2014|
This annual juried exhibition features works in all media by artists who reside in Mahoning, Trumbull, and Columbiana counties in Ohio, and Lawrence and Mercer counties in Pennsylvania. This year the show will be judged by Professor Al Bright, well known regional painter and retired Youngstown State University professor of art.