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Discover What's New at the Artisan Boutique The Artisan Boutique is truly one of Canton’s hidden gems. In our unique shop, we offer new items made right here in Ohio by exceptionally talented artisans and makers.  Aside from our seasonal fare, we are happy to bring you items related to exhibitions currently on display at the Museum. New exhibitions mean new things to shop for… and with 3 currently showing, there is plenty to check out!  One of our newest contributors to the Artisan Boutique...
The Canton Museum of Art and the Canton HeART Guild seek an iconic work of art from the Stark county region which will serve as a symbol for the creativity and vibrancy of the arts community in Canton. One winner will be selected to have their art professionally enlarged, reproduced, and installed outside of the Cultural Center for the Arts. All 2D mediums and artistic styles are accepted. Submissions will be judged based on the digital representation of the artwork provided via the online...
Our popular Art Camp is back with new classes to explore your creative side. Campers will have the opportunity to participate in a wide array of educational and fun hands-on art activities in the museum's classrooms and galleries.  Sessions include materials needed to explore drawing, painting, sculpture and more while creating their own masterpieces in each themed session.  No family should be discouraged from applying to the Canton Museum of Art Summer Art Camp because of lack of funds. A...
Winners Announced for the 2018 Stark County High School Art Awards  The Canton Museum of Art, supported by Cleveland State University, University of Mount Union, Malone University, Kent State University Stark, The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, and Myers School of Art at The University of Akron presented the 27th annual Stark County High School Art Exhibit which closed on April 8. Works were judged on both originality and technical ability. At an awards ceremony on April  6, First, Second and...
   Canton Museum of Art did not know exactly what it would get when it put out a call for artists to mail in small pieces of artwork. The museum ended up with far more than it expected: over 250 submissions.  CMA received paintings, prints, collages and even rubber stamps in its art call. All the work answered the question "What do you love about where you live?" "Things from Africa or Australia, China, Japan, Finland, Germany Greece, India. It's really been amazing," Director of Marketing Rob...
  Sheri swung her legs over the side of her bed, feet landing softly on the carpet. The sun blinked through dusty blinds. She grabbed her phone off of the night stand and opened the calendar app. A reminder popped up – Group Therapy at Veterans Assistance. She groaned with apprehension.    Ever since returning from her tour in Afghanistan, Sheri struggled with nightmares and depression. Most days were hard. And even though group therapy helped, it was a struggle each week to get there....
New Impressionist Work Featured In American Watercolor Masters Exhibition   The Canton Museum of Art (CMA) presents a special exhibition, American Masters: Watercolors from the CMA Permanent Collection, which features the Museum's most recent acquisition: an 1890 Impressionist masterpiece, "Bleak House, Broadstairs," by acclaimed pioneer of American Impressionism, Childe Hassam. Major watercolors by Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, George Luks, John Marin, Maurice Prendergast, and John Singer...
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Call for Artists:  Mail Art   Theme:  What do you love about where you live? In celebration of the many different cultures and traditions around the world, we want to know what you love about the town in which you live.   Deadline: February 2, 2018   No fees.  No Jury.  No return.   Size: Postcard size (4” x 6” or 5” x 7”)   Mail submissions to: Canton Museum of Art Attn: Mail Art 1001 Market Avenue North, Canton OH 44702 Include in your submission: Name, Title of Artwork, Email   Participants...
Lisa Teeple Voted the 2017 Canton Arts District All-Star For three years the Canton Arts District All-Stars exhibition has celebrated artists who love the arts community in downtown Canton. The All-Stars exhibition is unique because the winner is determined by popular vote rather than a jury.  This year’s winner is Lisa Teeple. Her acrylic painting “Sublimation of Neptune” received the most votes during the Canton First Friday exhibition at the Canton Museum of Art. As winner, Lisa will...

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