At the Owens Community College Walter E. Terhune Gallery Sept 18-Oct. 12
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Check it out! (95 artists promoting Toledo's "sense of place")
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GLITCH HACK PLAY
April 19 - April 20
See the UT Art Department's news page for more information.
ONE MILLION BONES
Did you miss the "One Million Bones" exhibit here at UT? If so, don't worry. There's still time. Today through 6PM and tomorrow (Good Friday) through 4PM bones will be on display in Student Union Room 2592 on the Main Campus.
"One Million Bones" is a project undertaken to bring awareness to genocide and UT is one of many participants. The bones for UT's installation were prepared by The Arts Living/Learning Community with the help of about 30 student sculptors as explained here.
Photo by John Napp
*~ Health Science Campus Annual Art Show ~*
Don't miss the 7th annual Health Science Campus Artist Showcase! This event uniquely features artwork by faculty, staff and students in the health sciences, including nursing, medicine, pharmacy and the health professions.
For more information including exhibit dates and featured speaker for the opening reception, please see our dedicated libguide.
We hope to see you there!
Gregory Euclide Joe Fig (American, born 1968), Who's Afraid of Barney? (Barnett Newman). Mixed media, 2008. Copyright Joe Fig, 2011
Check out the new exhibition at the Toledo Museum of Art!
"Five contemporary artists offer more than 40 small worlds rendered as relief paintings, sculptures, drawings, and photographs. There also are video and art installations, a fully functional 65 square foot house, and objects created specifically for this show that, in some cases, incorporate facets of the Toledo Museum of Art and its environs." more on the show
Small Worlds is on view November 18, 2011–March 25, 2012 in Canaday Gallery.
4 Art:Student Artwork from BGSU, Lourdes, Owens and UT
October 21 - January 12, 2012
Toledo Museum of Art, Community Galleries
Art students from four area institutions were selected by their schools to have their work represent the best of each school’s art programs. This free exhibition features 100 works in a variety of media by college artists with incredible emerging talent.
Opening Reception: October 21, 6:30–8:30 pm Free admission to The Egypt Experience and free parking token with valid college ID (this day only)
NEW ART SUPPLY STORE
ATTENTION studio art students: Have you checked out new local upstart company The Art Supply Depō for art supplies this semester? They're right in the neighborhood. Look for them on FB too, for specials.
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