Horizon Youth Theatre will present its second streaming production, Rudyard Kipling’s “Just So Stories,” adapted and directed by Keith Guion, this weekend.
TOLEDO – The Toledo Museum of Art will implement new hours of operation beginning Nov. 20, including extended evening hours on Fridays and Saturdays.
The Black Swamp Players will hold two events, including a holiday show.
Utopia: A Visual Storytelling of Our Home at the Wood County Museum has been nominated for Best Art Exhibit.
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.
TOLEDO – The year 2020 marks the 100th birthday of legendary American artist Wayne Thiebaud. The breadth of Thiebaud’s captivating imagery in a variety of media and genres will be celebrated in a major exhibition at the Toledo Museum of Art in 2021.
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.
PERRYSBURG — The Perrysburg High School theater department will present “Lend Me A Tenor” on stage Nov. 5-8.
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 – A new celebration of the beauty of glass art will take place this fall at the Toledo Museum of Art Rita B. Kern Sensory Garden.
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…
The Black Swamp Players will present two performances of the one-act play “Nothing Good Happens After Midnight” on Wednesday and Sept. 23 as part of the Hump Day Revue.
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.
FREMONT – To celebrate First Lady Lucy Hayes’ birthday, the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums is putting some of her gowns on special exhibit in August and having a day-long birthday party on Aug. 29.
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.
TOLEDO – Stained glass is a centuries-old tradition, most often associated with medieval architecture and stories of Christianity, illuminating its subjects through dynamic color and light. Artist Judith Schaechter (b.1961) has turned the medium on its head, developing new techniques and cho…
TOLEDO – The Toledo Museum of Art plans to reopen a popular art installation to the public later this month. Yayoi Kusama: Fireflies on the Water will be on view again beginning July 21.
PERRYSBURG — While theater productions in Northwest Ohio have come to a halt and Broadway has closed their doors until at least January, Perrysburg Musical Theatre is bringing two artists from “Hamilton” into local living rooms.
TOLEDO – The Toledo Museum of Art has broadened access to galleries and buildings on its campus and expand some services.
FREMONT – The Hayes Presidential Library & Museums will have its first Verandah Concert of the season on Wednesday with increased safety protocols.
TOLEDO — Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Music under the Stars at the Toledo Zoo, has been moved from summer nights to fall evenings.
FREMONT – Due to the coronavirus pandemic and on-going crowd restrictions, the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums’ annual Independence Day Concert featuring the Toledo Symphony Concert Band will not have a public, in-person audience this year.
TOLEDO – The Toledo Museum of Art will begin reopening this month, with significant changes to visitor and staff experiences designed to create a safe and enjoyable museum visit during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
GRAND RAPIDS — The Grand Rapids Arts Council is formally announcing the cancellation of the 16thAnnual Sunset Jazz and Art Fest scheduled for Aug. 16.
TOLEDO – The Ohio Museum Association Awards program is an annual celebration of the outstanding achievement of Ohio museums in visual communications, individual and institutional achievement, and the work museum professionals undertake to help advance Ohio’s museum community both locally and…
TOLEDO – The deadline for the Toledo Museum of Art’s COVID-19 Virtual Quilting Bee has been extended.
PEMBERVILLE — Normally the Pemberville Children’s Theatre Workshop would have auditions in May for their summer play — a longstanding tradition for the past 13 years — and several hundred kids have taken the stage in the opera house.
Although schools were working remotely, Bowling Green High School’s annual Senior Studio Art Show is still on.
The 2020 Black Swamp Arts Festival Festival, set for Sept. 11-13, has been canceled, the planning committee announced on Friday.
Coronavirus can’t keep theater down.
Whether you love “the classics” or had an unfortunate experience with them for a school assignment, the Wood County District Public Library is extending an invitation to invite you to join a new book discussion group, Classics in the Morning.
The Wood County Committee on Aging has announced the winner for the 14th Annual Poetry Contest along with the Honorable Mention and People’s Choice Awards.
TOLEDO – Toledo Museum of Art’s Teen Leaders program is organizing a Virtual Talent Show for Toledo’s teen artists and creators. The talent show will take place on the Museum’s Instagram account, @toledomuseum, on June 6, 2020.
WBGU has been nominated for two Emmy Awards, according to a Facebook post by the Bowling Green State University public television station.
TOLEDO — ProMedica has canceled the 2020 ProMedica Summer Concert Series in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Isaac Smith and “Phoenix” won first place in the Bowling Green Virtual Art Walk.
TOLEDO – Adam M. Levine begins his tenure today as the Edward Drummond and Florence Scott Libbey director, president and chief executive officer of the Toledo Museum of Art.
PERRYSBURG — The Music at the Market summer concert series has been cancelled as a result of public health concerns and performance limitations due to the necessity of social distancing.
Want to learn more about playing the ukulele, but were afraid to ask?
The 28th Annual Art Walk is back.
If social distancing is starting to wear thin and you miss attending concerts and interacting with others, the Bowling Green State University College of Musical Arts is offering a musical experience to ease that void a bit.
A 1983 murder of a young nurse in Whitehouse is the topic of “The Lake Erie Murders,” which will be televised Sunday at 8 p.m. on Investigation Discovery.
Museum welcomes Mirror, Mirror: The Prints of Alison Saar
Otsego foundation hosts dueling pianos
Museum extends run for Fireflies
TOLEDO – WUPW-TV is moving frequencies on Tuesday at 11 p.m. and viewers who watch TV for free with an over the air antenna must rescan their TVs to continue watching the station. Rescanning is when a TV finds all of the available channels in an area.