A Bird’s Eye View

Toledo Aerial Media (TAM) has created a second exhibit of drone photography at Secor Metropark’s National Center for Nature Photography. A follow up to last year’s Art at Altitude, the most attended exhibit in the Center’s history, this year’s exhibit is titled Art at Alti2ude.

Shop Local at Art on the Mall

One of Toledo’s oldest and most renowned art festivals, Art on the Mall, promoting local artists in the heart of the University of Toledo’s campus annually for the last twenty-three years, continues on Centennial Mall, July 29. Vendors, from jewelers to basket weavers, will display their work along with live music, artist demonstrations, and various

Toledo Museum of Art Opens Multi-sensory Exhibit

As our connection to technology strengthens, our connection to nature seems to weaken. As we move further into the future, how can we prevent ourselves from moving farther from the natural world? Meditate on the question during the Toledo Museum of Art’s next exhibit, Sights & Sounds: Art, Nature, and the Senses, opening July 21.

Toledo Aerial Media Presents Photography Showcase

TAM (Toledo Aerial Media) specializes in aerial photography from around the globe. For the second year in a row, The National Center for Photography will feature new works by TAM in the gallery with the exhibit Art at Alti2ude. The 40 images offer striking views of canyons, tropical oceans, along with views of downtown Toledo,

2018 ARToledo: Chrysalis

Toledo is a great town for developing artists, with boundless opportunities for growth and to exhibit work. Not unlike other mid sized cities, there are also few chances for local artists to enter the larger commercial art market.

Hudson Gallery Hosts New Water Themed Exhibition

Feeling deprived? Hydrate your love for art during Hudson Gallery’s next group exhibition, Water: rivers, lakes and streams. Works by Jan Dyer, Tamara Monk, Thomas Hilty, Susan Morosky, Jean Gumpper, Mary Brodbeck, David Herzig, Travis Taylor and Jan Thomas will serve as an ode to the transformative, restorative and essential element’s power to create and

Party on the Block at Toledo Museum of Art

The Toledo Museum of Art’s annual Block Party, now in its fifth year, has quickly become one of the area’s largest gatherings. Thousands of party-goers will flock to TMA’s 40-acre campus, inside and out to enjoy fare from local food trucks, live performances by Birds Eye View Circus and Dancers of Aha, outdoor flameworking glass

Hope Olson Exhibit Featured at Fuller Art House

Using rich colors, patterns, and unique perspectives, West Michigan-based artist Hope Olson creates Fauvist-inspired paintings of house and home. See her warm, nostalgic works, informed by Impressionist sensibilities and Manet’s distinct compositional style, during her exhibition at Fuller Art House. Before the July 6th opening reception during the Red Bird Arts District First Friday Art

PRIZM Creative Community: A Legacy of Inclusivity

After 11 years of serving visual and literary artists through workshops, exhibits, and material resources, PRIZM Creative Community will soon conclude operations. Founder Annette Jensen, pushing back against exclusivity in the art scene, provided an outlet for everyone wanting to create.

53rd Annual Crosby Festival of the Arts

For many, summer officially begins when the Toledo Botanical Gardens opens up their lush grounds to more than 200 artists from across the country during the 53rd annual Crosby Festival of the Arts. This fine arts festival is a regional tradition as the juried fair includes diverse works from national and local talent. Kick off

Sofia Quintero Art Center Opens New Studio

Spin your wheels at the Sofia Quintero Art and Cultural Center’s new Ceramics and Screen Print Studio, located in the Jose Martinez Memorial Galeria. The new studio features two kilns, five pottery wheels, plus hand tools and supplies, and a handmade four-color screen printing machine. For upcoming classes and opportunities to use the studio, go

‘The Handwritten Dreams Project’ at UTCVA

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