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Celebrate Steubenville Today

Original works of art by over 20 artists from the tri-state area depicting landscapes, architecture, and familiar sights in Steubenville will be on display at the Historic Fort Steuben Visitor Center from March 4 through March 25.

Developed by the Steubenville Art Association, “Celebrate Steubenville Today” will present unique perspectives in various media of places throughout the city. The pieces will be judged and awarded prizes, and many will be available to purchase.

Entrants include established artists, newcomers, and high schoolers who will be eligible to win prizes in a high school division.

The exhibit is free and open from Monday through Saturday from 10 to 4, Sunday from 11 to 4.

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