The tagline of Jurassic Park: The Lost World reads “Something has Survived”, and this is undeniably true for Brett Kern. What survived? Brett’s infatuation with the pop culture of the 80s and 90s. A master of clay, Brett’s sculptures are fun, smart and nothing short of exceptional.READ MORE
Presented in partnership with Edinboro University, the Spring Show is an annual juried exhibition of the best local and regional art. This year’s Spring Show was juried by famed kinetic sculptor Arthur Ganson, who picked 125 pieces out of over 600 submissions to be included in the exhibition.READ MORE
Jan. 25 – March 3, 2019
Exhibitions are for those with something to say. This year the Museum partnered with three local schools to ask Erie’s youth to collect, research, categorize and present objects in a way that says something about them as individuals and a generation.
October 5, 2018 – April 1, 2019
Having grown up in foster care, Tyanna Buie doesn’t have a lot of family photos or mementos so she makes art to make up for the lack of physical evidence from her past. She’s literally re-creating her personal history through largescale, mixed media works.
June 22 – Sept. 2, 2018
Hagen Family Gallery
The waterfront has always been central to Erie’s identity: from industrial docks to pleasure boats and beaches. This exhibition explores Erie's long relationship with the lakefront through photographs, prints, paintings, and sculpture.