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McDonough displays YSU artists

Shout Out Immersed in the quest for These students seek sup- opportunities to encourag
knowledge and creative port in the development of 
students across discipline
Three exhibitions open self-realization, students their work for graduate to engage in innovativ
Friday at the McDonough embrace the advantages of study, residencies or to research and creative proj

Museum of Art. professional studio and refine their skills and qual- ects. Grant awardees John
The Fall Graduating design programs. The exhi- ifications for other profes- Elias and Megan Gunthe

BFA Exhibition, featuring bition is an opportunity for sional positions or oppor- have partnered to craft a
the work of Youngstown students to share the origi- tunities. work entitled “kAlackra

State University students nal and innovative discov- Two projects will be pre- (Sanskrit for cycle). 
graduating with a Bachelor eries they have made in sented in the MFA Collabo- According to Elias, “Sci

of Fine Arts degree, will be their artistic journeys com- rative + NEXUS Grant ence, art, philosophy an
joined by two exhibitions municating to the public Recipient Exhibition. The spirituality are all part o
featuring the work of grad- their creative expressions new master’s degree in the piecing together of 

uates and graduate stu- of human experience. interdisciplinary visual logical assumption of ou
dents. The Post Baccalaureate arts is unique in that it ‘reality.’ The projec

The BFA exhibition fea- + Extended Studio Practice requires students to exam- explores the infinite bound
tures the work of  six stu- Exhibition includes a ine and integrate the meth- lessness of our cosmic exis

Special dents in the areas of group of like-minded indi- ods, theory, skills and tence utilizing the idea o
GGee of ff  Wiil l ia a ms s , a thhr re ee e- -tim me e M ag g ic ia an n of f t hee Ye eaa r ho on no or re ee e  graphic + interactive viduals whose focus is on insights from two or more repetition.” 
rr m th he e I n teer rn na at tioon naa l B ro ot th he er r ho oo od d of f Ma ag giic c ia an ns s , w ill pee r-  design, painting, photogra- 
continued experimentation traditional or nontradi- All three exhibits will b
ffffoo rmm S at t u rd d ay y fo o r th he e  Yoou un ng gsst toow w n M ag giic c CC lu ub b’ ’s s “A A N N ig g ht t of f phy, and printmaking: and investigation of their tional visual arts with non- on display through Dec. 
Tammy Bigley, Delicia artistic practice. art coursework. at the McDonough, 52
CC me edd y an nd d Ma ag g ic ” at t t he e La aB Br ra ae e Hi i g h Scc ho oo ol l  au ud di it or riu um m. .
Bowman, Thomas Lepo, It is designed for highly MFA students David Wick Ave. Youngstown. A
Arielle Pilolli, Ivory motivated emerging artists Belgrad and Kathleen Gal- opening reception is sched
Club prsents ‘Night 
Schneider and Juan Velez. with a BFA or equivalent lagher created a collabora- uled from 5 to 7 p.m. Fri
Students in the depart- experience, and individu- tive installation based day, and admission is free.

eof Comedy and Magic’ ment of art work closely als can continue to pursue loosely on the Beethoven Gallery hours are 1
with nationally and inter- their creative education in Piano Concerto No. 3. a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesda
nationally known faculty the department of art’s The College of Creative 
through Saturday. Fo
engaged in a broad range of unofficial post-baccalaure- Arts and Communication more information, call 330
art and design practices. ate program. sponsors NEXUS Grant 941-1400. 

ShoutOut somDixon, 

morethan40filmandtele- Broadcaster booked for lecture 
Don’tbealonefor Twonationallytouring vision 

agicianswillheadlinethe episodes Tricia Perry will speak at 10 a.m. Saturday at the 
Thanksgiving. YoungstownMagicClub’s Minds,”“CSI: 
ANight and Kravitz’s Deli Meeting Room, 3135 Belmont Ave., Lib- 
erty, for the William Holmes McGuffey Historical Soci- 
Joiagic.” “GLOW”and“LadyDyna- 
GeoffWilliamsisathree- mite.” His ety’s “Memories of a Lifetime” series. 
Perry worked as a reporter for WHOT-FM and 
nonostrings attached, open to imeMagicianof deadpan 
onoreefromtheInterna- delighted audienWKBN-TV. She is a fundraiser for Youngstown State 
singles,families, friends University and works for WYSU-FM. Perry will talk 
ThursdayNov. 23, 2017 oians Theshowisdesignedfor about her own career as well as the role of the 
Williamson family in pioneering radio and television 
hantwodozenawardsin adultaudiences. 
atBethelFriendsChurch isnearly30-yearcareer.A materialisfamilyfriendly networks locally.  
2771SpitlerRd. performingmemberofthe and Admission is $5, and refreshments will be served. 
Reservations are recommended by calling 330-726-8277. 
Poland, OH i Williams forthoseages13andolder. 
Honor bands play Stambaugh 
Caand leThe 
tries. startsat7:30p.m.Saturday 
l3305orcall330-542-2344 between 9 and noon, Mon-Fri The District 5 Middle School and High School Honor 
before Nov 18 to reserve a place at our table. ting-edge satLaBraeHighSchoolaudi- Bands will perform Saturday at Stambaugh Auditorium, 
DinnerServed12:30-2:30PM illusionsmixedwittorium, 
beat,zanysenseofhumor. 1000 Fifth Ave., Youngstown. 
Ifatthelastminuteyoufindyouare hRoadNW, The bands feature some of the finest young musicians 
Rob ship. 
goingtobealonepleasefeelfreenamed in grades 7 to2
 uswithoutareservation. Youngstown  ula counties. 
YearattheMagicCastlein willperformclose-upmagic 
2011and2012astartingat6:30p.m. Tickets for the 1:30 p.m. concert are $3 for adults and 
Visit us on the web at $2 for students and senior citizens and are available at 
ndent mTickets 
career reservationsormoreinfor- the Stambaugh box office, online at and by calling 330-259- 
cian, mation, 0555.
alternativepopbandPos- 330-307-4928. 

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