Thomases Art Gallery
The Thomases Family Endowment of the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation Art Gallery is located in the main hall of Jewish Community Center of Youngstown. The gallery hosts six to seven exhibitions per year, primarily showcasing diverse artistic perspectives from local and regional artists and also showing the work of artists from across the United States. Exhibitions typically run for six weeks with an artist reception held to open the show. At least one exhibition every year focuses on a Jewish cultural connection.
The Thomases Gallery Exhibitions Committee reviews proposals for exhibitions several times per year, and artists are encouraged to apply at any time. Submission of materials does not constitute automatic acceptance into programming. The curator and exhibitions committee reserve the right to selection of artists, and their artwork, based on quality and display requirements.
Eligibility is open to artists 18 years or older. Interested artists should send an artist statement, resume or curriculum vitae, 4 or more images (JPG or PDF), and an image list indicating title, dimensions, medium, and date to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paintings by Bud Gibbons
August 23 - October 23
About the Exhibition:
An exhibition of works by the artist Charles "Bud" Gibbons, ranging from large scale landscapes, figurative works, and still lifes. For more information about the exhibition, please contact the curator at email@example.com.
October 25 – December 13
About the Exhibition:
Accumulate is an exhibition of recent works by Aislinn Janek exploring how memories are created, stored, and altered over time, as well as how these mental happenings manifest themselves in our daily lives. Janek actively engages in methods that represent the ideas of daily habits, repetition, and the accumulation of those habits. For more information about the exhibition , please contact the curator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Artist:
Aislinn Janek is a local artist who has earned a BFA from Youngstown State University. Janek’s work explores human universalities, intercultural relationships, and the ways in which memories are created, stored, and altered over time. She was awarded the John J. McDonough Award for 2018.
Thursday, October 25 | 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Artist Talk: 6:00-6:30 p.m.