Local artists Yusuf Lateef and James Dickerson, aka dirtykics, have collaborated on a one-of-a-kind exhibition now at Maumee Valley Country Day School. Lateef, cofounder of Radiant City Arts, a for-profit collective that emphasizes arts education, is a visual arts instructor at the Toledo School for the Arts. Dickerson is a street photographer whose recent themes
Since 1993, the world’s largest collection of lithophanes (19th-century translucent porcelain plaques) has been housed in Toledo at The Blair Museum of Lithophanes. One of the city’s unique attractions, the Museum moved to the campus of the Toledo Botanical Gardens in 2002, where it has attracted locals and international visitors for the last 18 years.
A tiny Bowling Green camera store invigorates local photographers with hand-rolled film Driving west on Wooster Street in Bowling Green, just past the Wood County Hospital, Main Street Photo & Portrait Studio (1204 W Wooster) lives in an anodyne plaza with plenty of parking. Inside the store, anachronistic cameras sit atop and within the glass