What’s new at Mu? Fun ways to learn MassMu

The Massillon Museum − cultural center of downtown Massillon − welcomes everyone to visit and participate in the program. Find the complete program of exhibitions and events on massillonmuseum.org.

Strong points

Have you seen all the current exhibitions at MassMu? “Missing History of Massillon: Unheard African American Stories” continues through Nov. 9; “Artist to Artist” can be viewed until September 7; and “Daric M. Gill: The Absolutes” can be viewed through September 21. “Carry On: A Century of Swing” continues through January 8. The History Timeline, the Immel Circus, the “Innovators of Massillon”, the Massillon History Gallery, and the Albert E. Hise Fine and Decorative Arts Gallery are still on display. A 1916 Russell steam engine made in Massillon stands in the garden on the east side. of the building, a visit is always free.

Educational opportunities abound. Fall ceramics classes include Family Clay, Pots N’ Tots, Open Studio, Sgraffito Ornaments, Pottery Trays, and Clay Earrings. The Ceramic Shapes in Nature workshop complements a Studio M exhibit. Free “Do the Mu” workshops will include Sculpt a Snail, Superhero Puppets, Zentangle Turkeys and Beginning Embroidery. Schedule a visit or speaking engagement for your organization. The Story Panel will return in October to talk about live performances and locations, fraternal and service organizations in November, and Grandma’s Chores in December. The theme for October’s Brown Bag Lunch will be “Pioneer Problems”.

Why attend?

The Massillon Museum receives operational support from the Ohio Arts Council and ArtsinStark, and marketing support from Visit Canton. These programs are funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.


WHAT − Autumn fun at MassMu

WHEN – September to December

WHERE − 121 Lincoln Way East, Massillon

MORE – massillonmuseum.org or 330-833-4061

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