Trumbull Art Gallery

The Trumbull Art Gallery  is a non-profit corporation created in 1957 by a group of dedicated art patrons and practitioners interested in the promotion of the visual arts and artists in our community.

In June 2014 we relocated once again to a new and larger space perfectly situated for us on Historic Courthouse Square in downtown Warren, Ohio. With continued help from our friends, we are constantly updating and working on future renovations for your enjoyment. Please stop by and see our Gallery, Gift Shop or sign up for one of our up-coming classes. 

How You Can Help

Community members can make a contribution to the Trumbull Art Gallery by volunteering their time, making a donation or becoming a member and attending classes.

“We always need volunteers here,” says TAG Executive Director Patricia Galgozy. Volunteer opportunities include working in the gift shop or assisting during art openings and special events, such as Summerfest or the current photojournalism exhibit, “First Three Songs, No Flash: From Hometown Heroes to Hall of Famers,” which opened July 13 and runs until Aug. 24.

TAG has as many as 100 volunteers at any given time, Galgozy says. She recommends the News and Events page at TrumbullArtGallery.com to keep an eye on volunteer opportunities.

To make a donation or purchase a membership, residents can contact TAG at 330 395 4876 or visit its website. Donations can be put toward the upkeep of the building, funding educational programs for children or scholarships.

TAG Displays the Art of Partnerships

By Jeremy Lydic WARREN, Ohio -- On the last day of Summerfest 2019, five students sit at a table in the lobby of the Trumbull Art Gallery in downtown Warren, putting the finishing touches on their projects – knightly shields made by using paper, crayons and markers. For 14 years,...

In Retirement, Art Feeds Sferra’s Creative Soul

By Jeremy Lydic WARREN, Ohio -- In the basement of the Trumbull Art Gallery downtown, six artists sit at long tables working on pottery and ceramics projects. Mugs, small bowls and windchimes are painted as the artists chat among themselves, surrounded by shelves full of finished projects, pottery supplies and...