As many art students know, studio classes don’t always have a lot to do with forming your own concepts. While spending time focusing on techniques and interpretation is helpful and important, it is rare not to find frustrated art students, itching to put their own vision into practice. The University of Toledo’s Concepts in Art, Studio and Theory is a course taught by Brian Carpenter for studio art majors that provides students with an opportunity to form their own work independently—concept to object. The class’ work will be exhibited during a special, one-night pop-up gallery show. Concepts in Art, Studio and Theory Exhibition.