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JHM offering free take-home craft

JHM offering free take-home craft

| March 25, 2021

The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is excited to spring into April by bringing the fun into your home. They will be offering an interactive gardening craft for both preschool and school-age kids. They will be making gardens with paper plates, paint, and yarn. Children will make veggies to “plant” into the garden they made. Cost for this […]

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Virtual opening scheduled for museum exhibit

| March 24, 2021

Join the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum now through Sunday, May 9 to fight those dreary winter doldrums with an explosion of color. Two of the community favorites – A Playground of Color and Teen-Age Talent – are being combined into one super fun, eye-catching show called A Playground of Talent! There will be a virtual opening on Sunday, April […]

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A Playground of Talent to feature elementary and high school art

A Playground of Talent to feature elementary and high school art

| March 17, 2021

Come to the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum March 20 through May 9 to fight those dreary winter doldrums with an explosion of color. The museum is combining two of the community favorites – A Playground of Color and Teen-Age Talent – into one super fun, eye-catching show called A Playground of Talent. Please note that there is not a […]

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Clary Gardens starting virtual garden chats

Clary Gardens starting virtual garden chats

| March 3, 2021

Clary Gardens is starting online virtual meet-ups called garden chats. There is no requirement to join or support anything – you do not have to be involved with Clary Gardens at all to join. The goals and main purposes of the chats are: Obviously, social! We are feeling a little cooped up and want to […]

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Pomerene Center to continue its mission without home on Mulberry Street

Pomerene Center to continue its mission without home on Mulberry Street

| February 20, 2021

Since 1984 The Pomerene Center for the Arts has been using the Greek Revival Mansion on Mulberry Street to help spread its mission of promoting community involvement in the arts. However, the COVID-19 pandemic helped the organization see a building was not necessary to accomplish its goals. For the past 37 years, the Pomerene Center […]

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Museum to host family paint night

Museum to host family paint night

| February 17, 2021

The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is happy to announce Family Paint Night is back at 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 7 on Zoom. Participants will be creating their own spring inspired masterpieces. This art class is geared toward children ages 6 and older, and their guardians (moms, dads, grandparents, aunts, etc.). Each person will paint their own […]

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Pomerene center presenting class, competition and exhibition

Pomerene center presenting class, competition and exhibition

| February 11, 2021

Responding to COVID fatigue the Pomerene Center for the Arts is working with Lauren K. Davis (Coshocton Alum and Associate Photographer at Feinknopf) to present an online environmental portrait class, competition and exhibition inspired by the work of Arnold Newman (1918–2006) Newman is considered the pioneer of environmental portraiture. In her article “Examining Arnold Newman’s […]

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Join the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum for a basket weaving workshop

Join the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum for a basket weaving workshop

| February 5, 2021

Director Jennifer Bush is hosting a virtual basket weaving workshop for children 8-12-years-old on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 11 a.m. to noon on Zoom. Login and hear a short history on basket weaving and learn the techniques used by many Native American Tribes then try your hand at making your very own basket. We’ll begin […]

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