University of Toledo art alumni and artist Leslie Adams is known for her incredible, technical and breathtaking drawings and portraits—but it’s less likely you know of her love for cursive handwriting and dreams. Learn about the ArtPrize contestant’s other interests during The Handwritten Dreams Project, an interactive installation currently on view at the University of Toledo Center for Visual Arts. Adams says that this travelling exhibition “is a drawing, installation, and interactive work that provides the space and time where viewers can pause, reflect, and write their own dreams on paper.”
Also on view: artist Ella Musher-Eizenman’s Dear, :Love, a look at the relationship between introspection and handwritten letters; and work by artist educator Amy Pollman and her students.
Through July 28.
Center for Visual Arts Gallery | 620 Art Museum Dr
419-430-7454 | utoledo.edu/comm-arts | Free