Building the Mahoning Valley: Architectural Art and Artifacts
The built environment is a reflection of the people who created it. Buildings contain the stories not only of those who built them, but of the people who lived, worked, worshiped and spent their leisure time there. This new exhibit at the Arms Family Museum shows images of some of the buildings that have come and gone, and fragments from structures that have given way to the progress of time. The exhibit also includes architectural renderings, photographs and paintings that demonstrate the beauty of the built environment.
Building the Mahoning Valley is now open at the Arms Family Museum and will run through December.