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November 2014 Toledo Museum of Art Program Highlights

Posted on Monday, September 29th, 2014

Exhibition Openings InSight: Contemporary Sensory Works Nov. 5, 2014–Jan. 4, 2015, Canaday Gallery and Gallery 8 Works by Magdalene Odundo, Aminah Robinson and Pinaree Sanpitak are spotlighted in the special installation. Known for being influenced by the female form, Thai conceptual artist Pinaree Sanpitak presents Anything Can Break, recently shown at the Biennale of Sydney. […]

Artwork of the Week: September 26

Posted on Friday, September 26th, 2014

Working to balance abstraction and content, fleeting gesture and solid mass, Lynda Benglis explores how to take the painterly gesture of the Abstract Expressionists and translate it into three dimensions. To create Migrating Pedmarks Benglis started with equal-sized rectangles of clay, which she twisted, pierced, and marked in a variety of ways. She then built […]

Toledo Museum of Art Showcases Top 100 Works on Paper in New Exhibition

Posted on Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

A new exhibition that opens Oct. 10 showcases the “best of the best” from the Toledo Museum of Art’s works on paper collection. Looks Good on Paper: Masterworks and Favorites features 100 prints, drawings, watercolors, books and photographs selected for their significance and universal appeal. The free exhibition will be on view through Jan. 11, […]

Artwork of the Week: September 19

Posted on Friday, September 19th, 2014

The brilliant blues, reds, and greens of this “ribbon glass” bowl imitate the colors of semiprecious stones such as lapis lazuli, carnelian, and emerald. Ribbon glass involves assembling sections of colored glass canes (flattened glass rods) and fusing them into a variety of forms. The craftsman created a striped mosaic pattern by laying canes of […]

Toledo Museum of Art Receives $400,000 Grant from KeyBank Foundation to Establish a Diversity Endowment Fund

Posted on Monday, September 15th, 2014

In an effort to support diversity and workforce development in Northwest Ohio, the KeyBank Foundation announces a $400,000 grant to the Toledo Museum of Art for the establishment of an endowment fund. The KeyBank Fellowship Endowment Fund will support the creation of a KeyBank Fellowship for minority candidates interested in museum leadership careers. “This fellowship […]

Artwork of the Week: September 12

Posted on Friday, September 12th, 2014

The word aquamanile comes from the combined Latin words meaning “water” and “hands.” Commonly shaped like stylized animals, the intended purpose of these objects was as a pouring vessel for washing. Early examples were liturgical receptacles for ritual hand-washing before Catholic Mass, but they soon found favor in wealthy private households, where they were used […]

Toledo Museum of Art Partners with Bozarts Gallery for Art and Garden Bicycle Tour on Sept. 20

Posted on Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

Downtown Toledo is alive with art and gardening projects that many residents may not see from behind their dashboards on the daily commute. To take a closer look at what’s happening in the local art and community garden scene, the Toledo Museum of Art has partnered with Bozarts Art and Music Gallery to present a […]

October 2014 Toledo Museum of Art Program Highlights

Posted on Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

Exhibition Openings Looks Good on Paper: Masterworks and Favorites Oct. 10, 2014–Jan. 11, 2015, Works on Paper Gallery Featuring the “best of the best” of the TMA Works on Paper collection, Looks Good on Paper contains approximately 100 prints, drawings, watercolors, pastels, books and photographs selected for their major significance and universal appeal. Included are […]

Columbus Artist David King to Give Free Lecture at Toledo Museum of Art Sept. 12

Posted on Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

Columbus-based glass artist David King, whose handmade bottles examine the role of mass production in America, will give a free talk in the Toledo Museum of Art GlasSalon at 7 p.m. on Sept. 12. King’s art illuminates the impact of bottle production, from the sinuous shapes that hold soda to the more substantial ones that […]

Artwork of the Week: September 5

Posted on Friday, September 5th, 2014

The publication of Joel Tyler Headley’s Adirondack, or Life in the Woods in 1849 started a flood of tourists to the region, which in turn led to the development of hotels and stage coach lines. A little over a quarter century later, there were more than 200 hotels in the region. Vacations in the northern wilderness were […]