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Students in Bowling Green State University’s School of Art are turning to crayons for a colorful way to display their most recent work in a virtual exhibition. The online art show titled “Crayons: A Return to Carefree Creativity” is available for viewing now and runs through summer.

Featuring a sound inspired by a lavender farm in Virginia, Bowling Green-based band Tree No Leaves has pushed through the coronavirus pandemic restrictions to expand their art.

TOLEDO – On March 4, the board of directors of the Toledo Museum of Art formally approved the museum’s next institutional strategic plan, which will guide TMA over the next five years in its aim to set the standard among art museums in the country for its commitment to quality and its cultur…

TOLEDO – The supernatural has long held both a popular and scientific fascination in American culture. America’s artists have also grappled with the existence of beings, places and ideas that push the boundaries of science and psychology. Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art,…

Bowling Green State University’s Department of Theatre and Film presents “Tragedy: a tragedy,” by Will Eno. The play, directed by Dr. Lesa Lockford, professor of theater and film, streams live at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday on ShowTix4U.

TOLEDO – The Toledo Museum of Art and the Ability Center of Greater Toledo have signed a memorandum of understanding establishing a new, multi-year strategic partnership with co-investment by both organizations.

More than 850 business signs were photographed for a commercial archaeology photo art exhibit called “The Amsterdam Sign Project,” which is showing simultaneously in downtown Bowling Green and on campus at Bowling Green State University.

FINDLAY — Fiber and textile artists are invited to share your original art during April at the Findlay Art League Textile Show.

TOLEDO – The Toledo Museum of Art will present Rare and Wondrous: Birds in Art and Culture 1620-1820 from April 24-July 25. The exhibition, curated by TMA’s Head of Interpretive Projects and Managing Editor Paula Reich, will showcase the Museum’s recent acquisition of the important six-volum…

PERRYSBURG — From Mamie Smith’s “Crazy Blues” to David Bowie, Kimberly Mack, Ph.D. spoke at the Way Public Library about the tall tales and conscious self-reinvention that are as much of the blues as the distinctive chords that make the music.

TOLEDO – Three major works of art have been added to the Toledo Museum of Art’s permanent collection: a fiber artwork titled “Riscos y oro, 2” by Colombian artist Olga de Amaral; “Saint Francis Adoring the Cross,” an oil painting by Jacopo Ligozzi; and a five-color lithograph, “Interior with…

Tyler Savino has a freshly minted film school degree from Bowling Green State University and his first feature film is on the cusp of the festival circuit.

FINDLAY — The works of Hardie Gramatky, an early author and illustrator for Walt Disney who later created the Little Toot tugboat series, has come to life through an extensive exhibit at the Mazza Museum.

ArtsX has moved online for 2020, continuing to bring out the annual Bowling Green State University winter showcase of the arts.

TOLEDO — Mike Merritt will lead a group of local musicians and all-star guests for the Second Annual Tribute to the Last Waltz, the final 1976 concert by the Band, famously captured on film by Martin Scorcese.

Researching, interviewing and reading poetry to an audience are all part of the process for poet Ruth Awad, who was a visiting writer for the Virtual Arts Series 2020 Corona Edition at Bowling Green State University.

TOLEDO – To mark the acquisition of Flat Torus 4 by California-based artist Phillip K. Smith III, a new exhibition at the Toledo Museum of Art explores the theme of light from a wide range of perspectives.

TOLEDO – Three internationally renowned artists, who represent the extraordinary vitality of contemporary drawing, will be featured in a special exhibition beginning in November at the Toledo Museum of Art.

Locally produced documentary film, The Amsterdam T-Shirt Project, is to be featured on Ukrainian streaming film and television after showing in the Ukrainian based International Ethnographic Film Festival.

Arlyn's Good Beer will host the Black Swamp Players as they perform the classic Abbot and Costello routine "Who's on First."

FINDLAY — The historic Jones Mansion’s Haunted History Tour will take visitors through the mansions first, second, and third floors, where they will be introduced to several “ghosts” who all have a story to tell.

TOLEDO – American quilts have long been connected with notions of tradition, with patterns and techniques passed down for generations in communities throughout the country. As nostalgic symbols of the American past, quilts have been viewed as antidotes to upheaval during times of change.

Terri Bagley and her daughter, Hannah, both from Columbus, look over art work by artist Amy Shaw during Art Loop Saturday afternoon in Bowling Green. The Bowling Green art fair was held the same Saturday that was originally slated for the canceled Black Swamp Arts Festival. Most artists have…

PERRYSBURG – When the Town Center at Levis Commons launched a new micro concert series for the lunch crowd back in June, hopes were high that the community would come to the open-air center and support the local musicians.

Bowling Green State University Fine Arts Center is hosting the 13th annual Northwest Ohio Community Art Show, available for online viewing from July 15-Aug. 15, 2020.