• Crow Project

    3rd Annual Crow Homecoming

    The Pomerene Center for the Arts is proud to present DANCING IN THE CROWS–the 3rd Annual Crow Homecoming, Saturday November 8, 11-3pm, in the 300 Block of Main Street, Coshocton, OH. Lots of free fun. Why a Crow Homecoming? Fiercely territorial and loyal to their family groups during the summer nesting season, crows undergo a fall/winter transformation and become “communal” by the thousands to roost, i.e. sleep together. These roosts are one of the great animal phenomena of the world. Notoriously intelligent, crows have moved their once rural roosts into towns where they find light, warmth and safety. Coshocton is one of those towns. Annually, upwards to 10,000 crows gather nightly…

  • Local Artists

    Joan Staufer

    Joan Staufer. Painting.  Joan lives and works in northern Coshocton County.  Her work can be viewed at the Ohio Online Visual Artist Registry and has been exhibited most recently at the Pomerene Center for the Arts as part of the exhibit  OUR HILLS ARE ALIVE, May/June 2014. On a cold and blustery February morning, I received an invitation to participate in the “bug” exhibit at the Pomerene Center for the Arts in conjunction with the annual Dogwood Festival.  I declined, explaining that since my right arm was broken, the studio was closed until spring. Besides, I thought, I’m a symbolist whose work reflects my spirituality and reverence for the earth, not…

  • Local Artists

    Erik Neff

    Erik Neff. Painter/and for Our Hills are alive, a Printmaker Erik has exhibited in galleries and museums in Cleveland, Youngstown, New York and Chicago, including MOCA Cleveland, SPACES gallery, McDunnough Museum, Devening Projects + Editions, Bonfoey Gallery, Raw & Co gallery and Elizabeth Harris Gallery.  Erik lives and works in Newbury, Ohio. He grew up in Coshocton Ohio. His work has been shown at the Pomerene Center of the Arts most recently as part of OUR HILLS ARE ALIVE, May/June 2014 As long as I can remember, I have had dual interests in art and nature.  I pursued a career in entomology before deciding art was more suited to my temperament.   And…