The Massillon Museum is an accredited art and history museum dedicated to preserving and reflecting the legacy of Massillon and the region. The Museum also commemorates Massillon's place in football history and the legacy of football's legendary Paul Brown, one of Massillon's most famous and influential sons.
"Do the Mu" is a FREE family-friendly workshop that takes place at the museum the first Saturday of every month between 12:00-2:00 p.m. Local artists and/or museum staff lead a different art + history activity for families to create together.
A visit to the Massillon Museum is FREE!
Special Exhibits on Display
On display June 12-September 26, 2021
A THRILLING ACT: THE ART OF ANTHONY ETEROVICH
Karen Eterovich-Maguire describes her father’s abstract portraiture and photo-realistic cityscapes as colorful and imaginative with “almost whimsical choices of subject matter.” Bill Tregoning, who curated the initial retrospective exhibition of Eterovich’s work in 2016 at Tregoning and Company, writes of the artist’s “brilliantly colorful, ebullient paintings and works on paper.” (Image featured above)
On display August 21-October 6
JUDI KREW: HOARD COUTURE, WHERE ART MEETS FASHION
This ongoing wearable art series uses clothing design to creatively display a collection of items, explore contemporary social issues or work with unconventional materials as textiles. Krew uses the mantra of reuse, repurpose, reconsider and reimagine to guide the overall concept of each piece.