The New Looking at Appalachia Exhibit Premieres at the Massillon Museum

On Saturday, March 23, 2019, the new Looking at Appalachia exhibit premiered at the Massillon Museum in conjunction with their NEA Big Read Program kickoff. The exhibit will be open until June 2, 2019 in the Aultman Health Foundation Gallery.

The exhibit consists of 64 photographs made by 45 photographers between 2015 - 2017. The first Looking at Appalachia exhibit was mounted in 2015 and traveled to 13 locations until 2018. For a complete list of past exhibits, click here.

The current exhibit includes work by Nathan Armes, Sandy Berry, Josh Birnbaum, Sarah Boal, Rachel Boillot, Matthew Brown, Paul Chambers, Ashleigh Coleman, Rob Culpepper, Cameron Davidson, Ed DeWitt, Tiffany Dodd, George Etheredge, Annelise Ferry, Michelle Frankfurter, Wes Frazer, Amanda Greene, Celia Hamby, Justin Hamel, Joy Hart, Pat Jarrett, Mark Johnson, John Kelso, Nate Larson, Zane Logan, William Major, Pete Marovich, Roger May, Michaela Miller, Lou Murrey, Celina Odeh, Pat Owens, Lauren Pond, Jared Ragland, Cris Ritchie, Laura Saunders, Dennis Savage, Martin Seelig, Stephanie Strasburg, Kristian Thacker, David Torke, Pang Tubhirun, Forest Walingford, Andrew Wertz, and Meg Wilson.

If your gallery, museum, library, or cultural institution would like to host an exhibit, artist talk, or panel discussion, please contact Roger May.

Stay tuned for more exhibit dates.