Once upon a midnight dreary, Whilst I hungered, weak and weary, O’er a menu full of delectable treats never dreamt before, While I nodded, full of hunger, Suddenly, there came a thunder, Of an actor reading Poe’s works with an impassioned roar. Twas Jeffrey Albright reading Poe’s pieces to us before A meal forgotten…nevermore!
Beautiful and powerful works in an unusual medium are the subject of a new retrospective exhibit at the Toledo Museum of Art. The Path to Paradise: Judith Schaechter’s Stained-Glass Art opened at TMA on October 3, beginning a three-month stay. The exhibit features over 40 works from the Philadelphia artist’s career, focusing on her work
A new show at 20 North Gallery honors area artists and over a century of existence for The Toledo Federation of Art Societies, one of the area’s premiere art organizations. The TFAS 100+3 Juried Member Exhibit opens on Friday, October 9 with pieces by members of the Society, a group that has been around since
What does solidarity mean? Artist and curator Yusuf Lateef, with the support of The Black Artist Coalition, explores that question with the new exhibition Launch! Art in the Age of Solidarity. This is the first venture of the Coalition, which works to bring together artists of diverse backgrounds. The exhibition, which runs through October 30
Oliver Hazard band members (l-r) Mike Belazis, Griffin McCulloch and Devin East in the stands at Fifth Third Field, where they will play a concert on Thursday, September 24. Photo credit: Nick Corbin. The easygoing melodies of Waterville band Oliver Hazard will make history on Thursday, September 24 as the first band to perform
Moose, photograph by Jen Mahn. Photographer Jen Mahn loves meeting new people— and their pets. “I love building new relationships. I make friends out of the clients that I work with. And working with the pet photos is great because I meet these people, I learn their stories, I learn how they came about having