The Erie Art Museum is celebrating Giving Tuesday on November 28th. Giving Tuesday is a global holiday that celebrates generosity and kindness by giving to nonprofit organizations all around the world. #Giving Tuesday always falls on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Be sure you do not miss out on the millions of donors participating in Giving Tuesday. A gift to the Erie Art Museum is one that impacts are community and leaves a lasting impression for future generations.

To make a gift to the Erie Art Museum click here.  Afterward, show your support of #GivingTuesday by taking a picture, tagging it #unselfie and #GivingTuesday #ErieArtMuseum, and sharing on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.You can also stop into Talbots at 3330 W 26th Street on November 28th and 10% of your purchase will go to the Erie Art Museum.

We hope that you will join in on the movement and help fuel on mission on November 28th. Thank you!

What’s New?

Bobby Selvaggio and Red Rhinoceros in Concert
Friday, Nov. 17, 8 p.m.
Suggested donation $20/person (JazzErie members $15)

JazzErie presents Bobby Selvaggio, one of the leading alto saxophone voices on today’s jazz scene. After living in New York City and gigging at places like the Vanguard, Smalls, and Birdland for years, Bobby moved back home to Cleveland where he is the Director of Jazz Studies at Kent State University. His octet, Red Rhinoceros, features Northeast Ohio’s best jazz musicians.
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Tattoosdays at the Erie Art Museum 
Free admission to all visitors sporting tattoos.
Join us at the Erie Art Museum for Tattoosday! In conjunction with its current exhibition Ancient Ink: Photographs by Mark Perrott, which is on display in the Museum’s Nancy & Warner Bacon Gallery through January 28, the Erie Art Museum is offering free Tuesday admission to all visitors sporting visible tattoos.


Congratulations to John Vanco who received a Lifetime Achievement award at the Fall for Arts and Culture ceremony for his 50 years of service at the Erie Art Museum. Thanks John for all your years of service to the Museum! Pictured with Jim Dible, Board Chair and Amanda Brown Sissem, Executive Director of Erie Arts & Culture.


Education Director Wins Statewide Honor

Kelly Armor recently won the 2017 Outstanding Art Museum Educator of the year award from the Pennsylvania Art Education Association. The PAEA states, “She is making a radical and profound difference in the community, state, and nation. Her personal–professional persona transcends her job title because of the way she inspires those around her to work for equality, value diversity, and engage art for life.” Former museum intern, Griffin Currie, won the 2017 Outstanding New Professional Art Educator.


NARM logo (Final)

NARM institution can receive reciprocal benefits such as free admission and shop discounts at over 800 institutions across North America! Click here for more information and links to participating Museums.