From Tom Sawyer to Empire Records to Tuesdays with Morrie, the idea of faking a funeral to gain a new perspective— and perhaps a bit of unedited critical feedback— is as tempting as it is old. Yet, the tried and true method is demonstratively effective, so it’s never really the public sphere of fascination. Although local artist Steven
Before Bob Ross and the Joy of Painting ever hit the scene, Paint-By-Number (PBN) was teaching amateur artists the thrill of oil painting. From kittens to Queen Elizabeth, driftwood to Jesus, the subject matter appealed to almost everyone— except the critics. Still, the concept had friends and foes alike asking the question, “What is art?”
For almost three decades, Dr. Hubert Massey has graced the city of Detroit with large-scale works of art that tell the story of that community. On Wednesday, March 14, the accomplished artist will discuss his journey and what it takes to do what he does during the Lourdes University Art Department’s 2018 Sister Jane Mary
Looking to throw down clay for sculpting? Get fired up and learn new skills this fall during the Toledo Potters’ Guild pottery and clay classes for adults and children, beginning the week of Monday, March 26. Both adult and children’s classes will last 10 weeks, with adults meeting on either Tuesday or Thursday evenings and
What helps Toledo’s creative community thrive? Collaboration and plenty of willing, helping hands. Get involved and ensure the community’s continued growth by learning about volunteer opportunities with The Arts Commission during the Good Vibrations Volunteer Mixer.
Artistic changes are underway on Broadway as the Jose Martinez Memorial Galeria and the Sofia Quintero Art & Cultural Center transforms their art event space into a working gallery, with the first exhibition scheduled for April 25.
Join Hudson Gallery in celebrating the wide range of talent, style, vision and voice found in our arts community during their 11th annual Group of Nine exhibit.
Born in the United States, raised in Korea, and now living in Detroit, designer and artist Nina Cho creates functional, minimal and breathtaking work that has earned her huge honors and a busy international exhibition schedule. Get inspired by the artist who made it onto Sight Unseen’s 2015 American Design Hot List during Nina Cho’s
Known for his murals around town— such as the large Queen Nefertiti piece painted at Madison Ave. on the side of Uptown Green, Martin Luther King at the corner of Collingwood and Delaware, and others— Yusuf Lateef is an integral part of Toledo’s arts community. See his newest work, including paintings and wearable art created
What lies in the space between species? Why are humans and animals different? How can we understand animals? Navigate these questions and some answers during Thinking with Animals, a group exhibition featuring Michigan-based artists Morgan Barrie and Jessica Tenbusch, New York-based sculptor Julie Bahn, Oregon-based mixed media artist Breanne Sherwood and Perrysburg-painter Emily White. On