Now through May 26 at Graffiti Gallery, 206 Seneca Street. A Solo Exhibit of Paintings and Drawings by Roycroft Renaissance Master Painter, CJ Hurley. This exhibition, created as an expression of the artist’s love of nature, has been made possible by a grant from the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts and will also feature a lecture on May 5 and documentary screening on May 15 at Rhodes Auditorium, Clarion University-Venango. Exhibit hours are: Thursdays 4-6:30 pm, Fridays 3-6 pm and Saturdays 11 am – 4 pm through May 26. For more information, click here.
Thursdays, 7-9 pm at Karma Coffee, 237 Seneca Street. May 3: The Intent; May 10: Jeffrey Glover; May 17: 2B40; May 24: GHS Acoustic; May 31: Pipe Dreams. $5 cover, proceeds benefit the Lyric Theater restoration project. BYOB, limited menu available. Kick off your weekend a little early & come enjoy live music in good company!
Tuesday, May 29, 6 pm – 7 pm at the Oil City Library, 2 Central Avenue. For ages 13-19: come further yourself as a writer, share your creative gifts, and listen to others. We will explore the true ART of language, have discussions about various poems/poets, and even create some of our own poetry to display in the library! During this 4 month session (last Tuesday of the month), perfect attendance is NOT required. Feel free to drop in and leave as you please. Learn more here or call 678-3072 for more info.
Tuesday, May 29, 7:30 pm at Oil City High School Auditorium, 7 Lynch Boulevard. Guy Davis has spent his musical life carrying his message of the blues around the world, from the Equator to the Arctic Circle, earning him the title “An Ambassador of the Blues”. His parallel careers– as a musician, an author, a music teacher and a film, television and Broadway actor—mark Davis as a Renaissance man, yet the blues remain his first and greatest love. This special performance is free and open to the public, presented by the Oil City Arts Council in memory of Bob and Marilyn Flath. For more information call (814) 678-3017.