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Artwork of the Week: May 1

Posted on Friday, May 1st, 2015

Venetian maestro Lino Tagliapietra created this sculptural glass vessel in May 2006 at the Hot Shop in the Museum’s Glass Pavilion. The relationship of the sculpture to its title may not be immediately apparent, but Tagliapietra considers dinosaurs to be strong but gentle aquatic animals: “Since I live in a place surrounded by lagoons and […]

June 2015 Program Highlights

Posted on Thursday, April 30th, 2015

Continuing Exhibitions Play Time May 22-Sept. 6, Throughout Museum In a world that prioritizes work, how do we encourage people of all ages to relish the benefits of play? Play Time celebrates the art of diversion and engages visitors in multi-sensory, interactive installations across the 36-acre Museum campus and in select locations around the city. […]

2015 Palmer Scholarship Recipients Announced

Posted on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

The recipients of the Toledo Museum of Art’s 2015 Palmer Scholarship have been selected. Dan Chudzinski and Aaron Brandt of Fremont, as well as Lindsay Scypta of Rossford, were each awarded a share of the $8,000 prize to use toward travel expenses related to art study. Chudzinski, an artist and Terra State Community College instructor, […]

Artwork of the Week: April 24

Posted on Friday, April 24th, 2015

Drawn to colorful scenes of people enjoying themselves at the beach or at the park, Maurice Prendergast often sketched at the coastal resort of Nahant, near Boston. He adapted some of these sketches into paintings. Here he captures the excitement, the whirl of movement, and burst of color of a carousel with his broad brushstrokes […]

Toledo Museum of Art Scholarships Offer Children and Teens Summer Camp Opportunities

Posted on Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

The Toledo Museum of Art is offering scholarships to children and teens interested in its summer camp program. Participants from ages 5 to 13 can try their hand at traditional creative challenges like painting and sculpture, or try newer course offerings like game design and LEGO architecture, in the Museum’s half- and full-day sessions. Teens […]

A Day for the Dogs

Posted on Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

TMA Campus to Become Dog-Friendly Territory for K-9 May 9 Event The Toledo Museum of Art is hosting a day for the dogs called K-9 May 9, a Museum event geared towards pets and their owners. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 9, the Welles Sculpture Garden will be the setting for […]

Concert, Lecture Pay Tribute to Helen Beach Jones and Her Husband, Former Toledo Mayor Samuel “Golden Rule” Jones

Posted on Monday, April 20th, 2015

Helen Beach Jones lived in a house that stood in what is now the Toledo Museum of Art’s Peristyle. The home’s former location is fitting because Jones, an accomplished organist and singer, subsequently started the Museum’s music program. Her love of music will once again fill the Peristyle when “Flashback and Flash Forward: The Helen […]

Artwork of the Week: April 17

Posted on Friday, April 17th, 2015

French Neoclassicism revived the fashion for wearing a tiara, a head ornament based on an ancient Greek diadem. Tiaras of varying degrees of intrinsic value were worn by every woman from the middle classes to royalty. Coral, which was believed to possess protective powers, was often used in jewelry for children and young adults. Most […]

Circle 2445’s Kentucky Derby Party to Feature Bourbon Tastings, Fashion Contest

Posted on Thursday, April 16th, 2015

Bourbon tastings, bocce games and a fashion contest are a few of the party highlights at Circle 2445’s annual Kentucky Derby bash, which returns to the Toledo Museum of Art for a fourth year on May 2 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Circle 2445, a membership group that aims to engage the next generation of […]

Artwork of the Week: April 10

Posted on Friday, April 10th, 2015

At the turn of the 20th century, the Civil War still lingered as the most stunning event in American history. The drive to memorialize the war induced artists to create definitive images of its famous figures. Regarded by his contemporaries as the foremost American sculptor of his generation, Augustus Saint-Gaudens set the standard in portraiture […]