#OpenOnPenn heads to Wheeling WV

OpenOnPenn_Exhbit_Card_17 copy#OpenOnPenn: An exhibition of artworks and historic items representing Penn Ave Arts.

Opening Reception Sept 7, 2017

Hart Galleries, Stifel Fine Arts Center
1330 National Road, Wheeling, WV 26003

Show hangs til end of October. If you can’t make the opening reception make sure to stop by during regular business hours!

The Penn Avenue Arts District sprung from the Penn Avenue Arts Initiative, a collaboration created in 1998. (4800-5500 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15224). This exhibit presents not only artworks that represent the vibrant cultural exchange of the Main Street but also a glimpse at history and the changes with in a community through newspapers, photographs, and other items. Curated jointly by The Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation and Most Wanted Fine Art; featured artists include Jason Sauer, Danielle Robinson, D.S Kinsel, J.R Holtz, and Sam Thorp. Plus many more artists representing the vibrant arts scene of Penn Ave. 

READ ALL ABOUT IT IN THE NEWSPAPER!


FULL ARTIST LIST!
Alisha Wormsley
Alison Zapata
Bekezela Mguni
Beth Ann McClone
Bob Ziller
Brian Cottington
Carolyn Pierotti
Carolyn Wenning
CAT Conley
Chris Ivey
Cristina Morrow
Danielle Robinson
David “C-Doc” Snyder
D.S Kinsel
Elizabeth Barreto Ortiz
GEMS & CHU
Jason Woolslare
Jason Angst
Jason Sauer
Jill Charlton
Joshua Hogan
JR Holtz
Julie L. Mallis
Kai Devenitch
Kati Zmenkowski
Kenneth Neely
Kyle Ethan Fischer
Laura Jean McLaughlin
Macabre Noir
Maggie Negrete
Marcel Lamont (M.L.) Walker
Mario Josie Ashkar
Matt Spahr
MFONE (Rest in Peace)
Michael Galone
Michael Moessner
Nick Henderson
Nina Bell Gibbs Sauer
Nina Marie Baubuto
Njaimeh Njie
Oreen Cohen
Rashad Jamal
Ryan Dunmeyer
Ryder Henry
Rob Warren
Sam Thorp
Scott Charlton
Shawn Farester
Steph Sciullo
Susan Wagner

Stifel Center Hours http://oionline.com/stifel/
• 9am-5pm Monday through Friday
• 10am-4pm Saturday

ABOUT THE SPACE:
Oglebay Institute fosters appreciation, expression and discovery by engaging people of all ages and abilities through exceptional programming in performing and visual arts, dance, history, and nature.

Oglebay Institute advocates the essential value of arts and nature in our personal lives and its public worth to our community. Whether as creators, participants or observers, people are motivated by the inspiration they find in art and nature. These experiences break cultural, generational and social barriers, teach commonalities among us, connect people more deeply to the world and open up new ways of seeing. Oglebay Institute provides a wide variety of services such as quality instruction and supportive learning environments, venues to exhibit and sell artwork, stages on which to perform, trails to hike, habitats to study, archives and collections to explore and countless opportunities for collaboration, camaraderie and creative expression. Whether the goal is to transition from novice to pro, try a new hobby, engage in a passion or to simply be a part of a creative community – history buffs, nature lovers, audience members, artists, craftsmen, dancers, musicians and thespians, of all ages and abilities, have a place – and a purpose – at Oglebay Institute.

Stifel Center Hours http://oionline.com/stifel/
• 9am-5pm Monday through Friday
• 10am-4pm Saturday
Open during scheduled classes.
Housed in the historic Edemar Mansion, the Stifel Fine Arts Center is a treasure trove for artistic expression and personal fulfillment. A public arts center with galleries, classrooms and performance space, the Stifel Center serves as a gathering place for artists, emerging artists, art lovers, students, educators and families – connecting and engaging the community in creative pursuits.

#Open On Penn Art show Flyer 2017-Print copy

 

 

 

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