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May & June 2015 Events @ MassMu

May at the Massillon Museum

...main gallery exhibition continues through May 24, 2015

Ludlow Prep, 1929: A Schoolhouse Installation by Craig Joseph and Clare Murray Adams

 

...main gallery exhibition continues through May 24, 2015

Old School Days in Western Stark County

 

...second-floor exhibition continues

Paul Brown:  The Professional Years

 

...second-floor exhibition continues

The Immel Circus

 

...second-floor exhibition continues through May 24, 2015

Sean Qualls: Published and Unpublished Illustrations

 

...second-floor exhibition continues through May 24, 2015

Politics, Pantaloons, and Protest Marches

 

...second-floor exhibition continues through May 24, 2015

Massillon and the War of the Rebellion:  Women and the War

 

...second-floor exhibition continues

It’s Been Awhile:  Artifacts from the Permanent Collection

 

 

 

Saturday, May 2

Do the Mu—Typewriter Art

12:00–2:00 pm  -  Free / Public / No reservations  -  Intergenerational drop-in workshop  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, and KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2929 and Massillon Rotary Club 

 

Sunday, May 3

Self-Publishing Workshop with JoAnn Shade

2:30–4:30 pm  -  18 & older  -  $18 ($15 MassMu members)  -  Register by 4/28  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club 

 

Monday, May 4

Old School Book Discussion with Sherie Brown

12:00–1:00 pm  -  @Anderson’s in the City  -  Free / Public / No reservations  -  Accents The Big Read 

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club 

 

Tuesday, May 5

History Discussion Group—“Massillon Stone Quarries, Buildings, and Bridges”

10:00 am to Noon  -  Free / Public / No reservations  -  Coffee and sweets available for a donation

Some people attend every month, others attend when the topic interests them

 

Tuesday, May 5

Bookbinding with Gary Spangler

5:30–7:00 pm   -  All ages  -  $30 ($25 MassMu members)  -  Part of the Handmade Books series  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club 

 

Wednesday, May 6

Old School Book Discussion with David Harding

6:00 pm  -  Free / Public / No reservations  -  @Kozmo's Grille (37 First Street, S.E., Massillon)  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club 

 

Thursday, May 7

Old School Book Discussion with Gwendolyn Kiste

6:00 pm  -  Free / Public / No reservations  -  @Gallery 121 (121 Lincoln Way West, Massillon)  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club 

 

Thursday, May 7

ReelMassillon:  The Killers

7:00 pm  -  @Lincoln Theatre  -  Suggested donation $7  -  Accents The Big Read 

Presented by MassMu, Lincoln Theatre, ArtsinStark, Historic Massillon Main Street, KinoArts  

Museum galleries open until 6:30 pm  -  See Black and Orange: Film Noir and Massillon, Ohio exhibit (MassMu lower level)

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club 

   

Saturday, May 9

Old School Drawing Workshop with Diane Gibson

11:00 am–1:00 pm  -  @Whittier Elementary  -  All ages  -  $25 ($20 MassMu members)  -  Register by 5/3  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club 

 

Saturday, May 9

Massillon's Second Saturday

Massillon Museum galleries remain open until 7:00 pm

Free art activity 5:00 to 7:00 pm

 

Saturday, May 9

Film Screening: Dead Poets Society 

2:00 pm  -  @Massillon Public Library  -  Free / Public / No reservations  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club 

 

Tuesday, May 12

Calligraphy with Gary Spangler 

5:30–7:00 pm  -  All ages  -  $30 ($25 MassMu members)  -  Part of the Handmade Books series  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club

 

Wednesday, May 13

Old School Book Discussion with Massillon Public Library Staff

2:00–3:30 pm  -  @Massillon Public Library  -  Free / Public/ No reservations  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club

 

Thursday, May 14

Rhythms Concert:  Roger Hoover

7:30 Doors/8:00 Concert  -  @MassMu  -  Singer-songwriter in the tradition of folk, Americana & blues

Public / Tickets in advance or at the door -  $10 / $8 MassMu members / $5 students   -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club

 

Saturday, May 16

School-to-School Bike Ride at Stark Parks

1:00–4:00 pm  -  BYOBike (and helmet!)  -   Branch Trail, Schneider Park Trailhead  -  starkparks.com  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club 

 

Sunday, May 17

One- and Two-Room Schoolhouses: Self-guided Driving Tour

2:00–6:00 pm  -  Pick up “report card” (instructions) at MassMu by 4:00  p-  Free / Public  /  Reservations appreciated  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club 

 

Tuesday, May 19

Story Writing with Gary Spangler

5:30–7:00 pm  -  All ages  -  $30 ($25 MassMu members)  -  Part of the Handmade Books series  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club

 

Thursday, May 21

Old School Author Tobias Wolff Keynote Address with Q&A

Doors 6:30/Program 7:00 pm  -  @Lincoln Theatre (156 Lincoln Way East, Massillon)  -  Free / Public / No Reservations  -  Accents The Big Read  

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club

 

Saturday, May 23

Poetry-themed Book Discussion with David Harding

12:00–1:00 pm  -  Massillon Museum  -  Free / Public / No Reservations  -  Accents The Big Read

The Big Read is funded by The National Endowment for the Arts, KSU Stark, Massillon/North Canton Elks #2029, and Massillon Rotary Club 

 

Tuesday, May 26

Brown Bag Lunch:  Chris Craft, "The Enduring Impact of the Civil War"

12:10 to 12:50 pm  -  Free / Public / No reservations  -  In commemoration of the Civil War sesquicentennial  

Bring a brown bag or carry-out or buy lunch at Anderson’s in the City in the Museum lobby

Free coffee and cookie compliments of the Massillon Museum  -  Sponsored by Bates Printing

 

Tuesday, May 26

Stark County Artists Exhibition FAQ Session for Artists

6:00 to 7:00 pm  -  How to prepare work and submit entries for the exhibition  -  Free / No reservations

 

Saturday, May 30

Stark County Artists Exhibition Public FAQ Session

3:00 to 4:00 pm  -  Learn about how artwork is selected for the show and for awards  -  Free / No reservations

 

 

June at the Massillon Museum

 

 

...second-floor exhibition continues

Paul Brown:  The Professional Years

 

...second-floor exhibition continues

The Immel Circus

 

 

Tuesday, June 2

History Discussion Group—“Local Musicians and Music Stores”

10:00 am to Noon  -  Free / Public / No reservations  -  Coffee and sweets available for a donation

Some people attend every month, others attend when the topic interests them

 

Saturday, June 6

Do the Mu—Steampunk'd

12:00–2:00 pm  -  Free / Public / No reservations  -  Intergenerational drop-in workshop 

"Gear" up for the Massillon Museum's Steampunk Civil War Soirée—create make-and-take steampunk jewelry

 

Saturday, June 13

Massillon's Second Saturday

Museum Galleries open until 9:00 p.m. 

 

Saturday, June 13

Exhibition Opening:  Civil-War Era Drawings from the Becker Collection

7:00 to 9:00 pm  -   Free / Public / No reservations  -  Exhibition continues through 8/16

 

Saturday, June 13

Studio M Exhibition Opening:  Mogollon and the Old West by Cheri Mohn

7:00 to 9:00 pm  -   Free / Public / No reservations  -  Exhibition continues through 7/26  

 

Saturday, June 13

Exhibition Opening:  Massillon and the War of the Rebellion:  Grand Army of the Republic

7:00 to 9:00 pm  -   Free / Public / No reservations  -  Second-floor exhibition

 

Saturday, June 13

Exhibition Opening:  Civil War-era objects from the permanent collection (working title)

7:00 to 9:00 pm  -   Free / Public / No reservations  -  Second-floor exhibition

 

Saturday, June 13

Exhibition Opening:  I Heard it through the Grapevine: The Telegraph in the Civil War

7:00 to 9:00 pm  -   Free / Public / No reservations  -  Lower level lobby exhibition

 

Sunday, June 14

Mini-Monster Workshop with Bili Kribbs

2:30 to 4:30 pm  -  Ages 10 and older  -  $25 ($20 MassMu members)  -  Register by 6/7  -  Learn sculpting techniques

 

Thursday, June 18

ReelMassillon:  Odds Against Tomorrow

7:00 pm  -  @Lincoln Theatre  -  Suggested donation $7 

Presented by MassMu, Lincoln Theatre, ArtsinStark, Historic Massillon Main Street, KinoArts

Museum galleries open until 6:30 pm

 

Saturday, June 20

Landscape Drawing (2-week workshop with Diane Gibson)

11:00 am to 1:00 pm  -  Beginners of all ages  -  $30 ($25 MassMu members)  -  Register by 6/14

Workshop meets at Oak Knoll Park (618 Sixth Street S.W., Massillon)  -  Bring a chair  -  Bring a lunch if you wish

 

Tuesday, June 23

Brown Bag Lunch:  Trisha Merchant, "The Massillon Connection: A Pioneer Woman, A French Priest, and a Village on a River"

12:10 to 12:50 pm  -  Free / Public / No reservations  -  Books will be available in the Museum shop

Bring a brown bag or carry-out or buy lunch at Anderson’s in the City in the Museum lobby

Free coffee and cookie compliments of the Massillon Museum  -  Sponsored by Bates Printing

 

Sunday, June 28

Cartoon Character Creation with Bili Kribbs

2:30 to 4:30 pm  -  Ages 10 and older  -  $25 ($20 MassMu members)

Register by 6/23  -  Develop your own two-dimensional character

 

 

 

Massillon Museum 

121 Lincoln Way East - Massillon, Ohio  44646

info@massillonmuseum.org - www.massillonmuseum.org

330.833.4061

Tuesday through Saturday, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm - Sunday, 2:00 to 5:00 pm

A visit to the Massillon Museum is always free

 

Anderson’s in the City 

(Café in the Museum lobby!)

121 Lincoln Way East - Massillon, Ohio 44646

330.833.7255

Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 4:00 pm - Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

 

 
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