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New, artistic bike racks installed outside Cherry Street Mission

A set of new bike racks have been installed on the sidewalks outside the Cherry Street Mission building on 17th St. Designed by area artist Eric Thomas, these colorful and beautiful racks merge form and function, providing a safe place for bicyclists to secure their vehicles while contributing to the area aesthetically, as well. The

Made to Love

Handmade Toledo’s annual Holiday Maker’s Mart brings out a huge crowd. While the shop regularly stocks local handmade goods from tees to pottery on their brightly decorated shelves, Maker’s Mart invites fantastic regional and local artisans to set up shop on-site to sell their wares directly to the admiring public. It’s the concept of bringing

Turning the Pages as Exhibit Nears End

Philip Sugden’s evocative and imaginative work Pages from the Manual on Dismantling God will finish its exhibition at the Walter E. Terhune Gallery in Perrysburg on November 22. This unique piece sees 21 individual “pages” hung in a circle from a length of PVC pipe, inviting viewers to literally enter the work and engage with

Lunch and Learn Focuses on Wreaths

The HeART Gallery’s popular Lunch and Learn series continues with a special session on creating the perfect holiday wreath. Jenny Van Houtte, the founder and lead designer of area florist and design studio GardenView Flowers, will lead the event with samples and a demonstration of how attendees can craft their own perfect wreath. If you’re

Remembering the AIDS Memorial Quilt

Friday, 11.15 / TMA, CVA December 1st marks World AIDS Day 2019, and the Ann Wayson Locher Memorial Fund for HIV Care will honor lives lost and raise awareness with a handful of impactful, important events, including the exhibition of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt Exhibit Events at the Center for the Visual Arts

Sylvania Arts Party honors David Wisniewski

This year’s Sylvania Arts Party honors David Wisniewski, whose deft use of his medium to create representations of the Wild West— despite his being visually impaired— are proof that the need to create transcends even the most difficult circumstances. Along with viewing works of art, tasting rich hors d’oeuvres, and taking part in a silent