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1112, 2016

Kids As Curators 2017

January 27 – March 19, 2017
Hagen Family Gallery

Preteens love objects and intuitively understand how they reveal history and say something about the owner’s taste and personality. Each year the Museum challenges local students to unleash their creativity by curating exhibits using their collections. This year features diverse and delighting exhibits from three schools, each with an artist-in-residence who, along with teachers, help students conceive, and construct their creations.

2511, 2016

Sergei Isupov: Hidden Messages

December 2, 2016 – April 2, 2017
Main Gallery

Sergei Isupov’s glazed porcelain sculptures impress the viewer with their oversized scale, remarkable craftsmanship, and original sense of form, before one even begins to absorb the work’s content.

2511, 2016

NPAA Holiday Show

December 1 – 18, 2016
Hagen Family Gallery

Find one-of-a kind gifts of artwork for friends and family at the Northwest Pennsylvania Art Association’s annual Holiday Show, featuring works for sale from its members.

1511, 2016

Blacksmith Workshop

1511, 2016

Young at Art: Intro to Paint

2809, 2016

Erie Decoys: Folk Art Sculpture

Opening October 29, 2016
Little Things Gallery

Antique duck decoys, rescued from the waterways, where bird hunters placed them as lures, are now widely recognized as folk art sculptures.

2607, 2016

The Big Picture

The Big Picture is a consortium of organizations (Erie Art Museum, Erie Arts & Culture, the YMCA and Tungsten Creative) motivated by the potential for public art to transform people and spaces in Erie County and enhance the quality of everyday life. The Big Picture aims to provide artists and community organizations with the resources and inspiration to create, support and sustain large-scale murals throughout the community.

1507, 2016

Mood Swing Review: A solo exhibition by Ron Bayuzick

September 23, 2016 – February 11, 2017
Ronald E. Holstein Gallery

Ron Bayuzick expresses his love for the accidental, dramatic and the abstract through colorful paintings and assemblages of wood and metal.

1307, 2016

Ian Brill: Storm

January 30 through January 10, 2016

Pittsburgh-based multi-media artist Ian Brill’s work combines light, sound, and technology into an interactive experience for the viewer. Brill creates his installations out of polystyrene (corrugated plastic sheeting) and uses light and sound to amplify the experience. Brill’s installations are part of a series called Transmission. Begun in 2010, it explores architectural, interactive, and programmatic technology. His research has led to constructions for gallery exhibitions, festivals and staging contexts.

1207, 2016

Mark Weber, In Residence

January 28 - 30, 2015

Artists painting with speed and abandon are a common trope in film and television—but in real life, where thought and control are essential to good work, the process of painting is generally at a much slower speed. In January, Museum visitors have an opportunity to watch a live artist who works at a pretty quick pace.