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605, 2019

Ashley Pastore: Everyday Monumental

Ashley Pastore transforms lottery tickets, old newspapers and even the dust she collects while cleaning houses into monuments of nostalgia. The artist’s goal? To get us to think about time, specifically the ordinary moments and rituals that fill our daily lives.

305, 2019

96th Annual Spring Show

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.

102, 2019

Kids as Curators 2019

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.

1712, 2018

Everything but the Shelves

With all the work to be done cataloging and evaluating our collection we’ve decided to put it all on view. That’s right. All of it. The good, the bad and the ugly. Over a thousand pictures hung salon style.

211, 2018

Healing HeARTS

Nov. 8, 2018 – Feb. 17, 2019
An Art Exhibit on grief, loss and HOPE featuring artwork by children, families and volunteers of the Highmark Caring Place.

3007, 2018

Donna Nicholas: The Space Between

August 31, 2018 – March 10, 2019
Donna Nicholas Gallery

Inspired by her time in Japan, tornados, and the sheer love of creating, we are honored to celebrate the life’s work of local clay sculptor and Edinboro professor Donna Nicholas.

2907, 2018

Artist Takeover: Roman Glass

Local printmaker Roman Glass transforms one of our largest galleries into an immersive street environment that challenges the status quo.

2807, 2018

Tyanna Buie: Recollections

October 5, 2018 – April 1, 2019
Founders Gallery

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.

2807, 2018

Bill Brady

It doesn’t take much to enjoy the work of local artist Bill Brady. Playful, beautiful and touchable. Bill’s sculptures are easily some of the most beloved things at the Museum.

2707, 2018

Brian Pardini

Pardini finds art in nature by walking, looking, collecting , and creating fantastic beings from driftwood.