Current Exhibits

Aultman Health Foundation Gallery

[First Floor]

A Thrilling Act: The Art of Anthony Eterovich

June 12—September 26, 2021


Second Floor Galleries


Studio M Gallery

Judi Krew: Hoard Couture, Where Art Meets Fashion

August 21–October 6, 2021

This ongoing wearable art series uses clothing design to creatively display a collection of items, explore contemporary social issues or work with unconventional materials as textiles. Krew uses the mantra of reuse, repurpose, reconsider and reimagine to guide the overall concept of each piece.

Learn more here.


Image: World Adventure Ceremonial Gown, Bedsheet, deconstructed paper petals, glass beads, denim remnant, pillow covers, 2020

The Immel Circus Gallery

The Immel Circus is one of the most interesting “pieces” in the collection of the Massillon Museum. The 100-square foot miniature hand-carved circus contains 2,620 pieces. Surrounding the Immel Circus are rotating displays of a selection of circus-related artifacts from Dr. Robert Immel's collection.

Click here to learn more about Dr. Robert Immel, his collection, and miniature circus.

Click here to view a small online gallery of circus photos from the Immel Circus collection, including P.T. Barnum and Tom Thumb.

Permanent Collection Galleries


Featuring the Massillon Museum's permanent collection, including categories of Massillon history, photography, fine and decorative art, ethnographic and archaeological artifacts, and more.


Paul Brown Museum Gallery

[Second Floor]

Flu and Football

July 31, 2021–January 9, 2022

The effects of the 1918 Spanish influenza and the 2020 COVID-19 pandemics were strikingly similar on the city of Massillon and its football teams. Both times, Massillon shut down with exceptions for essential businesses, and football was impacted as a popular contact sport. Schedules were changed, and games were sometimes postponed or even canceled. On display July 31, 2021–January 9, 2022, the Paul Brown Museum exhibition, "Flu and Football," examines the parallels of two pandemics more than 100 years apart.

Paul Brown and Massillon Tiger Football Timeline

Permanent exhibit on view beginning February 1, 2020

Travel through more than 125 years of Massillon Tiger football, and the story of famed Coach Paul Brown in this 30-foot permanent display, featuring photographs and artifacts 1891 to the present.

To learn more about the Paul Brown Museum, click here.



Fred F. Silk Community Room Gallery

[Lower Level]

Artwork by Members of the Boys and Girls Club of Massillon

September 18-January 9, 2022

The twenty first annual exhibition showcases youth art, grouped by media category, from youth ages   6-18.

Learn more here.


Flex Space Galleries

[Second Floor]


Eterovich Contemporaries 

June 12, 2021–January 2, 2022

This exhibition complements A Thrilling Act: The Art of Anthony Eterovich exhibition in the Aultman Health Foundation Gallery.


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