All posts by Sarah Emily

Breathe Owl Breathe at TMA GlasSalon

The Antivillains welcome Northern Michigan’s beloved Breathe Owl Breathe for a New Year’s concert graciously hosted by the Toledo Museum of Art. Songwriter Micah Middaugh’s (Breathe Owl Breathe) whimsical storytelling transports the audience to a gentle world filled with mystical visions and light. The concert takes place in the gorgeous TMA GlasSalon. Friday, January 4

Labor of Love Exhibition at Detroit Institute of Art

Coming to the Detroit Institute of Art, the Labor of Love exhibition showcases new work by visual artists Ruben and Isabel Toledo. The exhibition will include fantastic sculptures, paintings, drawings and interactive installations, all inspired by individual works of art from DIA’s collection. The Toledo pieces will be displayed throughout the Museum next to the

Hudson Gallery Showcases Cool Yule

Shopping for gifts can be a challenge, but anyone on your list will appreciate an original work of art. The Hudson Gallery’s Cool Yule exhibition features original artwork from over 24 local artists. The exhibit includes high-end work from glass artists, painters, jewelry makers, sculptors and affordable prints, and all of the artwork is available

Toledo Museum of Art Lecture Links Historical and Modern Art

The Archaeological Institute of America has partnered with the Toledo Museum of Art for a monthly lecture series linking historical art with the modern day. Dr. Alysia Fischer will provide a visual presentation and discussion about her most recent work “Hot Pursuit: Integrating Anthropology in Search of Ancient Glass-blowers”, an insightful look at early art

Handmade Toledo Hosts Terrarium Planting Workshop

Handmade Toledo has been rocking out with DIY workshops, connecting locals with artists. At the Terrarium Planting Workshop, curious visitors will get a one-on-one demonstration from LeadHead artists from Detroit, using reclaimed glass from abandoned homes to create a mini-ecosystem under glass. Using the historic Wardian Case terrarium model from the 19th Century, this class

Toledo SOUP Returns for Crowd-Funded Projects

Toledo SOUP brings crowdsourcing to a local level with soup and snacks from area chefs. Four local entrepreneurs make a brief presentations outlining their proposed community projects. Attendees vote for their favorite project and the winner takes home funding of up to $1,500 to develop the winning idea. $5 | 4-6pm | Sunday, November 11