Tag Archives: Art

Yusuf Lateef and James Dickerson share space

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

2020 Toledo ADDY Awards

The largest awards competition in all of advertising, the American Advertising Awards, or ADDYs, are a coveted prize for anyone working in the industry. The competition is broken up into three tiers, with local winners advancing to a district competition before the national finals. The 2020 Toledo ADDYs will be presented on February 20 at

Branching Out Studio Hosts monthly Yarn Circles

Calling all knitting/crocheting/yarn enthusiasts! Meet up with fellow fanatics at Branching Out Studio’s monthly Yarn Circle at the Toledo Botanical Garden. Share ideas with other creators, get help with your work or just take some time to relax and make. You can even drop off 8” squares for love-squared.org, a group working to create afghans

Art Crush Project at Toledo Museum of Art

Is there a piece in the Toledo Museum of Art that you love more than any other? Would you like to show the world your fondness for it— and maybe win some amazing prizes in the process? Visit the Museum between February 13 and 16 for their Art Crush event. Just pick up a valentine

“Intense Adornment” Showcases metalsmithing work at 20 North Gallery

L. Sue Szabo has spent 30 years making a living— and art— with her hands. A practicing physician since 1988, Szabo has also studied art and learned the delicate techniques of metalsmithing. Her work has appeared in several prominent exhibits and numerous books over the years. The public can sample her remarkable creations, both metal

Anthony Wayne Area Arts Commission “Trashes” the Runway

The Anthony Wayne Area Arts Commission aims to change the way you think about garbage and clothes— by making one out of the other. Trash the Runway, on March 7, will allow area designers to present fashionable outfits made out of trash and recyclables. A $200 prize will be given to the winning designer. The