Arts Change Lives
  • 180 North Park Ave. / P.O. Box 48 /Warren, Ohio 44482 / 330-392-9306  
  • email: facttrumbull@gmail.com

Saturday, October 26th, in historic Warren, Ohio.

The Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County’s annual

“DARK on PARK” art show

“One Chance Out Between Two Worlds”  Twin Peaks inspired art show.

Snacks and light refreshments provided.

* 7 to 9:30 p.m. 

 James Holko,

“Dark Art at Beautiful Whirl’d”

Opening and Artist Reception. Cafe will be open for dining.

* 7 to 9:30 p.m. 

Curated Vintage Goods

“Halloween Party & Art Show”,

featuring a night of Alfred Hitchcock and the

opening reception of

Josh Kronauer’s horror art show. 

Food and refreshments will be provided!

* 8 to 10:30 p.m.

Events are FREE to attend. 

– Beautiful Whirl’d, located at 141 W Market St., Warren, OH 44481

– Curated Vintage Goods, located at 310 Elm Rd. NE., Warren, OH 44483

– Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County, located at 180 N Park Ave., Warren, OH 44481


Ghost Walk is a one-mile historic walking tour which begins each night at 6:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 256 Mahoning Ave., N.W. Warren, OH.
Thank you to the 1389 people who took the this year.
Also, thank you to the City of Warren, The Warren History Center, Warren Public Library and Presbyterian Church for their assistance.


This exhibition explores how neighborhoods and communities can become disconnected because of forgotten, neglected, or ignored investments in people-centered infrastructure. When sidewalks are overgrown, not maintained, or simply do not exist in communities, residents can become isolated in their homes or risk their own safety by being forced to walk in dangerous situations like broken or obstructed sidewalks or even worse, in the shoulder of a busy roadway.

In this exhibition a group of six photographers, two each from Mahoning, Mercer and Trumbull Counties, will help illustrate the challenges that exist as a result of aging or non-existent infrastructure.


Soap / Mahoning County Photographers
Michael McAllister 
Joseph Napier

RAA / Mercer County Photographers:
Tim Cimperman 
Gil Thurman

TAG / FACT / Trumbull County Photographers
Rachel E. Hathhorn 
Mikenna McClurg 

Public submissions of photographs and stories will be displayed with attributions in each of the Where Sidewalks End exhibitions throughout the region and in educational materials.

CLICK HERE to join us by sharing your sidewalk photos & stories!

Submissions are being accepted throughout 2019.
Snapshots and stories can also be shared on Instagram or Facebook by tagging #sidewalksolutions #hcpmvsidewalks.

More Information-click here


Trumbull County Land Bank (TCLB), and made possible in part by a grant from the Ohio Arts Council and the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau.


Occupied 2.0 was a temporary exhibition
in a vacant, blighted house, located in one of Warren’s neighborhoods, which will include works of art created, installed, developed, revealed,
or performed by local artists exploring this year’s
theme of Fairytale & Fantasy.
Artists were encouraged to use salvaged or found materials, as well as the abandoned home itself, as part of their submissions.
This project showcased the work of local artists while providing a unique experience for residents in the neighborhood
and surrounding community.
Sydney Tenney, Summer Zickefoose , Jessica Oswald,
Rindi Hanna, Francis Themute, Bill Barron, Trisha Mullen, 
Julia Shuttic, Alex Bodie, Salsi Salama, Jean Sebben,
Gianna Jones, Lydia Flowers, Dave Karr, David Wheeler,
Joshua Kronauer,  Mikenna Mcclurg, Josh Ford
Curator: James Shuttic
 Occupied Warren is documented at
Owned by The D5 Group, LLC, the Art of Warren highlights, through visual communication, diverse and inclusive events in the
city of Warren, Ohio.
Please send all inquiries to 

Homecoming 2019 – September 20-22, 2019

Thank You for a Great Year / Watch for Homecoming 2020 Information


warren wire logo

The Trumbull County Fine Arts Council (FACT) today announced the launch of its new, online Arts and Entertainment calendar, Warren Wire. (www.warrenwire.com)

“Our goal is to give consumers a comprehensive listing of the rich arts and entertainment offerings that are presented weekly in Warren and the surrounding area,” says James Shuttic, FACT President.  ————–see post under news to the right of this page


The Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County is made possible in part by state tax dollars allocated by the Ohio Legislature to the Ohio Arts Council (OAC). The OAC is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally, and economically. 

Art on Park, 180 North Park Ave. P.O. Box 48 Warren, OH 44482 Phone: (330) 392-9306 

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