Free admission to the Zanesville Museum of Art

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ZANESVILLE, Ohio – With school wrapping and family arriving for the holidays, you might be looking for things to keep everyone busy.

The Zanesville Museum of Art wants to extend a special invitation for the public to come to view their newest exhibition, free of charge. Executive Director Laine Snyder said they are offering free admission from now through the beginning of the year.

“We’re thrilled to announce that Gottlieb, Johnston, Beam & Dal Ponte PLL are offering free admission for all museum goers now through January 5th,” said Snyder.

As for the special exhibition, Snyder said they are fortunate enough to have prints from famous Dutch artist Rembrandt on display. Snyder said while Rembrandt is often known as one of the most important painters of the 17th century, during that time, he was better known for his prints.

“For these prints to be in Zanesville for the community to see, and now that we’re able to offer free admission to people, I just hope everyone comes out and has the opportunity to see how extraordinary the work really is,” said Snyder.

Snyder said the prints will only be on display through January 5th and that she wants to encourage people to take advantage of the free admission and visit the museum. Snyder said more information along with museum hours can be found on their website.