What’s new at Mu? Judi Krew: Hoard Couture


“Judi Krew: Hoard Couture, Where Art Meets Fashion” will be the next exhibition at Studio M at the Musée Massillon. , and work with unconventional materials. Krew’s mantra is ‘reuse, reuse, reconsider and reinvent’.

World Adventure ceremonial dress, paper, leftover denim, bed sheet, pillowcases, glass, 2020


An artist reception will be held at Studio M from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on August 28. The extended hours coordinate with Massillon’s last Saturday event. MassMu will be releasing a podcast interview with Judi Krew on September 21 at noon.

Krew graduated with Honors in Art from Akron University and received a Masters in Arts Education in a dual program from Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Institute of Art. She has worked in visual merchandising, museum education and high school arts education.

Krew maintains a successful exhibition career and studio in Canton, producing The Woman Series, acrylics, 1999-2014; Fascinating Faces from Interesting Places, pastels, 2010-2014; and continuing the Botanicals series, acrylics, since 2014. She has designed award-winning floats for the Professional Football Hall of Fame Grand Parade, Boy Scout badges and elaborate backdrops for major fundraising galas.


Visitors to the Krew exhibit can also see “A Thrilling Act: The Art of Anthony Eterovich” in the Aultman Health Foundation gallery (until September 26), “Photography by Relay For Life Supporters” (until September 8) in the Fred F. Silk Community Room Gallery, “Flu and Football” and “The Paul Brown / Massillon Tiger Timeline” at the Paul Brown Museum, and “Eterovich’s Contemporaries” at the Flex Gallery. Exhibits at the Local History Gallery, Albert E. Hise Gallery of Fine and Decorative Arts, Photography Gallery, and Cirque Immel are still on display.


WHAT – Studio M exhibition, “Judi Krew: Hoard Couture, Where Art Meets Fashion”

When – August 21 to October 26. 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday; 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

Or – Massillon Museum, 121 Lincoln Way East, Massillon.

FOLLOWING – massillonmuseum.org or 330-833-4061


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