When you open yourself up to the community something unique happens— the community opens itself up to you. See the art of sharing in a space as HEAVY COLOR, presents Interconnected: Rhythm and Reflection. The band will mix improvised electro-acoustic soundscapes as local poets and storytellers take turns sharing their work. The community is invited
Got an eye for vintage? Join Bowling Green’s popular shopping destination, Painted Clovers Vintage Market for a pop up market full of all things vintage, chic and handmade. See what local vendors have been crafting. Spring Fling Vintage Market. 10am-6pm. Sunday April 2. $4, or $3 with a donated nonperishable food item. Wood County Fairground
Celebrate 160 years of art in Northwest Ohio during PRIZM’s 11th annual Art-A-Fair Exhibition, “Breaking Ground: A Retrospective of Progress.” The historic exhibit features over 350 works by 99 artists, including the late Adam Grant (1924-1992), Israel Abramofsky (1888-1975) and contemporary artists David Eichenberg and Judy Paschalis, among others. The Opening Reception will be held
For the past five years, Erin-Garber Pearson has invited awestruck audiences and eager novices to enter her enchanting space, tucked in the Old West End. Locals have learned how to gracefully wind themselves in silks 15 feet in the air, walk on stilts, balance on beams and attempt astonishing aerial acrobatic acts.
For Toledoan Tim Story, presenting his music is a little more complicated than having a listener press ‘play’. The electronic musician has a lengthy catalogue of album releases and his sonic ambitions are, at times, bigger than what can be contained on a CD. March 16 through 24 Story will give his sound the space
If a picture is worth a thousand words, just what would those words be? Find the right phrases to describe your favorite piece of art at the Toledo Museum of Art for the TMA’s 2017 Ekphrastic Writing Poetry Contest. The annual contest of ekphrastic writing (writing about art) asks viewers to describe a TMA collection piece solely
Lourdes University celebrates 10 years of honoring women artists, visionaries and entrepreneurs during the W.A.V.E. Festival, in honor of National Women’s History Month. Proceeds will benefit the local area women’s charity Beach House Inc., whose mission is to help households transition from homelessness to permanent housing. 10am-4pm Saturday, March 18. Lourdes University Franciscan Center 6832 Convent
Need to find a way to organize that paper collection of art or writings? Or are you simply interested in the architecture of books? Craft savvy or not, learn how to sew pages of paper together and attach them to a hard cover at Handmade Toledo’s bookbinding workshop. Bring decorative paper and/or book cloth, all
Calling all aspiring artists— time to show Toledo what you’re made of. Buckeye Broadband has partnered with the Toledo Zoo to give local and regional artists an opportunity to sell their work during Wild About Art. The two-day exhibit gives artists a chance to be inspired by the Zoo’s animals. All mediums are welcome. Deadline to
A new art exhibition is bringing a glimpse of Mexico to Toledo. Through March 17, the Sofia Quintero Art and Cultural Center’s Jose Martinez Memorial Galeria (1224 Broadway St.) will feature works from the Rasquache Artist Residency, the center’s first international program. The exhibition displays work by eleven artists, including SQACC art coordinator David Cuatlacuatl
Debate the nature of “celebrity” at the Toledo Museum of Art’s new exhibit Framing Fame: 19th and 20th Century Celebrity Photography.