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Spring String Recital on Sunday, May 21

The Arts Center Children’s String Orchestra and the Arts Center Adult String Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Carol Linsenmeier, will have their spring recital this Sunday, May 21, at 3 p.m. at Messiah Lutheran Church, 615 W. Prospect Road in Ashtabula. Appearing as a guest artist is John Hoyle on the bodhrán.  

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Spring Rummage Sale Saturday, May 20

The Ashtabula Arts Center Spring Rummage Sale will be held Saturday, May 20, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in Straw Hat Theatre, rain or shine. Sale items include books, CD’s, home decor, holiday decor, clothing, women’s accessories, vintage art, and more. All proceeds benefit the Arts Center.

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Ashtabula Downtown Development Association announces whirligig competition

The Ashtabula Downtown Development Association (ADDA) is sponsoring a public art competition to add another “whirligig” to the downtown area. This competition is made possible by a grant from the Ashtabula County Civic Development Corporation (CDC). The winning designer will be awarded $5,000 to purchase materials and fabricate the artwork, which will be placed on […]

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Lakeshore Artists 2017 Show

On display in our gallery this month is the annual Lakeshore Artists exhibit. Lakeshore Artists is a local group that welcomes anyone with an interest in creative visual arts; their mission is to encourage participation in the visual arts as a community endeavor via education, exhibits, and participation in civic events in the area. Members […]

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Sign-ups open for 2017 Summer Multi-Arts Camp

Sign-ups are underway for our 2017 Summer Multi-Arts Camp. June 19-July 7, Monday-Friday (no camp on July 4) 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. for grades 1-6 $195 ($175 for members) Students must be registered and camp fees paid by Monday, June 12. Financial aid is available. Kids will learn music, choreography, and acting roles for […]

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Arts Advocacy Writing Night on March 23

We’re calling on all arts lovers to share what the arts mean to them! As you may already be aware, the proposed federal budget for 2018 includes eliminating all funding for the National Endowment for the Arts. We will be holding an Arts Advocacy Writing Night next Thursday, March 23, from 4-8 p.m. in the […]

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Spring class schedule now available

The arts center’s spring schedule of classes is now available — call (440) 964-3396 to enroll, or to get information on financial aid. Ballet Theatre Ashtabula School of Dance  Visual Arts Classes Theatre & Music Classes

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American Red Cross Blood Drive on April 3

There will be a blood drive for the American Red Cross in the arts center gallery on Monday, April 3, from 4-8 p.m. To sign up to donate, call (440) 964-3396, or stop in at the front desk. If you are unsure if you’re eligible to donate, visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-733-2767. Any information you disclose will be […]

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Ashtabula Arts Center seeks Voice Teacher & Music Directors

Voice Teacher – 1 opening The Ashtabula Arts Center seeks a dedicated and enthusiastic voice teacher to work with students of all ages, including our large population of singers just starting out. The ideal applicant should hold at least a bachelor’s in music/voice or a related degree, or be in their final year of study […]

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