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
Kick off Black History Month with Inclusive Inc: Women of Toledo during the 419 Beautifully Wrapped Exhibition, a showcase and celebration of the fashion, tradition, spirituality, and art of head wraps and turbans, a style seen and celebrated around the globe.
Before the Toledo Museum of Art’s current exhibit, Glorious Splendor: Treasures of Early Christian Art, ends on Thursday, February 18, see the Late Roman art in a whole new light during Flashlight Tours: The Glorious Look of Love.
Last seen by the public in 2010, the mummies will return to view during The Mummies: From Egypt to Toledo, debuting Saturday, February 3 through May 6, 2018.