Street artist and muralist Ken Dushane III, AKA Phybr, moved from the Detroit art scene to Toledo a few years ago and brought his passion for design, color theory, and bold illustrations with him. Known for bold murals and cosmic imagery, made possible through exceptional airbrush and spray paint techniques, Phybr has become a local
Gain a new perspective on the Toledo Museum of Art’s Georgia and David K. Welles Sculpture Garden during Twilight Tours: Garden Party. The nighttime tour offers visitors flashlights, to highlight famous works—like Barry Flanagan’s Large Leaping Hare (1982) and Jaume Plensa’s Spiegel—in a new light. Before the tour begins, enjoy a drink in the café.
See works from over 130 jury-selected artists during the 14th annual Levis Commons Fine Art Fair. Presented by The Guild of Artists & Artisans, this fair promises the same excellence and variety as the Guild’s other popular, open-air street fair, the Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair. 10am-7pm | Saturday, August 18 11am-5pm | Sunday, August
Who makes up your support network? Who are the people who have made you the person you are today? Life isn’t a solo venture, and the people we know and spend time with influence us the most. See how young artist Amada Gargarc (2017 Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School graduate) meditates on this theme in
Several years ago ACGT analyzed the distribution of public art by city council districts, and District 5 did not have any public works, according to Art in Public Spaces Coordinator Nathan Mattimoe. “On a basic level, public art is for everyone in the city,” he said. “We’re interested in expanding not only into neighborhoods surrounding downtown that have problems economically, but also into other neighborhoods in the city that don’t have a lot of public space available.”
How is an artist represented by their work? Meditate on the meaning of collaboration and individual force with the River House Arts group exhibit, Agency. Bringing together the work of artists, performers, activists and educators, Agency features work by local artists Lindsay Akens, Jordan Buschur, Erin Garber-Pearson, Natalie Lanese, Mad Mohre, and Crystal Gale Phelps.