Community Gallery

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The TMA Community Gallery, located in the west wing of the Museum’s lower level, hosts free exhibitions of artwork created by select groups in the greater Toledo region.

Typically, the artists work to an “art challenge” inspired by a specific exhibition or by the Museum’s collection. Participating groups (sorry, no solo artists) are both professional and amateur organizations, as well as some groups in the TMA ArtReach program for underrepresented populations. Eclectic and diverse, the exhibitions feature contemporary works in a variety of media.

 

To discuss partnering with the TMA Community Gallery, contact Jennifer Bandeen at 419-255-8000 ext. 7495.

Zeros and Ones: Computer Generated Art

May 16–September 18, 2014

Inspired by the concept of art and technology in the summer 2014 exhibition The Art of Video Games, local artists were invited to showcase two- and three-dimensional works generated by computers. The Community Gallery is sponsored by Hickory Farms. Free admission.

Perspectives: A Toledo School for the Arts Exhibition

October 10, 2014–January 15, 2014

Students share their view on how an ever-shrinking world informs individual art. Sponsored in part by Judith M. and Joseph V. Conda.