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Nature is the primary inspiration behind Ohio native Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen’s glass artistry. Her most recent work, in collaboration with her husband Jasen Johnsen, is a line of intricate owls and trees. The Johnsens, who are avid bird and nature watchers, reside in Washington State and teach sculpting classes throughout the world. Join them this Friday, […]
In All Things Asian in the Community Galleries, Asian artists from the University of Michigan, the University of Toledo, and Bowling Green State University have come together for an exhibition of diverse artwork in a variety of media and styles. A number of Asian nations are represented. Closes July 3.
Join us this Friday at 7:30 p.m. for a FREE film that’s a fascinating look at the birth of modern American art. In this romp through the New York City art scene of the ’60s, acclaimed artists like Frank Stella and James Rosenquist putter around downtown Manhattan, scraping together loose change for paint, canvas and […]
Our Wine by the Glass Pavilion tastings have resumed! Held most Fridays this summer, they include four wines, light snacks and a view of the Hot Shop. Drop in this Friday to sample Wines for the Barby. South American vinhos are featured the following week. Check our calendar for weekly themes. $15 members, $20 nonmembers.
The Baroque World of Fernando Botero will close this Sunday, June 12, after a nearly three-month run. The show features approximately 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings from the well-known Colombian artist. Tickets are free for Museum members, $15 for adults, $12 for senior and $5 for students. Discounted tickets are available by checking in on […]
Join us on Friday, June 3 in the Little Theater for a presentation by leading Spanish and Latin American art historian and New York University Professor Edward J. Sullivan. Sullivan has authored more than 25 books and exhibition catalogues about Spanish and Latin American Art from the 17th to 20th centuries, including three books on […]
The video from the International Museum Day discussion between Brian Kennedy, director, Toledo Museum of Art, Graham Beal, director, Detroit Institute of Arts, David Franklin, director Cleveland Art Museum and Judith Dobrzynski, moderator and NY-based journalist has been posted to our You Tube channel. The main topic of discussion is the concept of Museums and […]
If you love all things Egypt, join us this Friday, May 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Little Theater for another FREE presentation, “Daily Life in Ancient Egypt: A Fresh Look” by William H. Peck. A retired curator at the DIA, an active archaeologist, and author of the new TMA publication Egypt in Toledo ($24.95), […]
Join us Friday, May 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the Peristyle for a free presentation by Toledo favorite Dr. Bob Brier and his wife, Pat Remler. In “Myths and Mummies,” the two faculty from Long Island University will discuss his research in the ancient Egyptian methods of mummification and why the Egyptians’ mythology and religion […]
This year’s 137th Kentucky Derby will be projected live onto a screen that fills the Peristyle stage. Other activities include photo ops, hands-on activities, and live music by the Gray Devils, the Black Swamp String Band, Stonehouse, and Decent Folk. Enjoy food by TMA Chef Erika Rapp, Koto Buki, Flying Rhino, Class City Cafe, and […]