Phillip Callahan is a changemaker. Self-taught by long hours with the natural instincts of an artist, his unplanned photography garnered national attention for Toledo’s Black Lives Matter events last summer, as did his first photograph of the cityscape he calls home. Callahan started OwlVision LLC, making a name at music concerts while networking in Detroit,
The building that is home to Adams Street Publishing, publisher of the Toledo City Paper, got a new look in October with artist Gail Christofferson overseeing the placement of her latest mural project— a collection of huge, abstract portraits, largely made of glass pieces. Some of the portraits are of recognizable figures — Abraham
Artist Loraine Lynn has made a name for herself working in a variety of media, from glass and fiber to writing and video production. For her latest solo exhibit, Lynn will show pieces she has created from tufted materials. Scheme presents a collection of complex and arresting works with remarkable patterns and beautiful colors, all
It’s almost time for the fireflies to depart. Yayoi Kusama’s powerful Fireflies on the Water art installation ends its stay at the Toledo Museum of Art on Sunday, January 3. A spellbinding work of light and mirrors that fills an entire gallery, the exhibit has been on loan to TMA from the Whitney Museum of
Get along, little doggies! The Vintage Market is making a stop at the Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds for a holiday-themed Ho-Ho-Hoedown. This indoor event will feature over 100 vendors selling antiques, handmade items and more stocking stuffers than you can count. Remember to wear your Western attire and enter a raffle for a cash prize.
Come and celebrate the holidays with over 100 nativity scenes at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church beginning on Thanksgiving Day. The church’s fourth annual Nativity Festival will be on display each weekend through December 19. Featuring nativity scenes along with decorated trees and other themed tables, attendees will also receive a cookie treat from Pattye Bakes