Updated February 12, 2018

UT Dept. Of Art Presents Where Light Goes
The University of Toledo will hold a three-artist exhibit in the Center for the Visual Arts Gallery. In its second iteration, Where Light Goes deepens its exploration of contemporary approaches to the photographic image through the examination of its physical properties, the possibilities of its reproduction, its vulnerability and its uncertainty as an instrument of truth.
The exhibit will be on display in the main gallery of the UT Center for the Visual Arts (CVA), next to the Toledo Museum of Art, through Friday, February 16.
The exhibit is free and open to the public.

Preschool Picassos Featured In Education Series
Prizm Creative Community will sponsor the 3rd annual Education Series of Art Exhibits to spotlight the work of community professionals in the area of art education.
The first of a three-part series will be the Preschool Picassos exhibit containing over 100 pieces of art by area preschoolers at the Way Public Library, 101 E. Indiana Ave., Perrysburg.
Viewing for the exhibit will be during normal library hours from Saturday, February 17 through Thursday, March 15 in the downstairs gallery.
The display will contain individual art projects and group classroom compositions in all kinds of artistic medias from different ages enrolled in local preschool programs.

Lourdes University Sets Photography/Glass Exhibit
The Lourdes University Department of Art presents a photography and glass exhibition with artists William Horvath and Gail Mirrow on Tuesday, February 20 through Wednesday, March 21. Hours are Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Canticle Center Gallery, 5335 Silica Dr., Sylvania.
For more information, contact Erin Palmer Szavuly at eszavuly@lourdes.edu or (419) 824-3685.

Kitty Smoke Exhibit Featured At Area Museum
The National Museum of the Great Lakes will host The Adventures of Kitty Smoke and Her Friends: The Exhibit at the museum through Wednesday, February 28.
The Adventures of Kitty Smoke and Her Friends is a delightful story about a Great Lakes tugboat, Kitty Smoke, and her amazing comeback. It features 22 illustrations that have been professionally framed to preserve this incredible story.
The children’s book, published by the museum, is a product of the imagination of Alexander B. Cook, a longtime supporter and former board chairman of the Great Lakes Historical Society, which owns and operates the National Museum of the Great Lakes.
“On this, the 49th year that Cook has painted the society’s annual holiday card, we were thrilled to be able to publish this artistic snapshot of the Great Lakes maritime industry,” said Christopher Gillcrist, executive director of the museum.
PNC Bank provided a grant to publish Kitty Smoke and enable the museum to facilitate field trips and/or outreach programs to underserved children across the community. The book will be sold only at the National Museum of the Great Lakes, with all proceeds supporting the organization.
“The Great Lakes make up the largest body of fresh water on the planet and they have a significant impact on Northwest Ohio,” said Bill McDonnell, PNC regional president of Toledo. “This book helps children understand how the Great Lakes enable our economy to thrive.”
“At this time, more than 30 programs have been scheduled around the community,” Gillcrist added. “An NMGL educator will facilitate the outreach programs and leave a copy of Kitty Smoke behind at each location for more children to enjoy.”
The National Museum of the Great Lakes is located at 1701 Front St., Toledo. Admission to the exhibit is included with regular museum admission. For more information, visit www.inlandseas.org.

Lecture Series Features Painter/Muralist
The Lourdes University Department of Art presents a Sr. Jane Mary Sorosiak Lecture Series event with painter/muralist Hubert Massey on Sunday, March 18 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Franciscan Center, 6832 Convent Blvd., Sylvania
For more information, contact Erin Palmer Szavuly at eszavuly@lourdes.edu or (419) 824-3685.

New Nature Photography Exhibit Announced
Michigan-based photographer Bryce Denison returns to the National Center for Nature Photography gallery at Secor Metropark with a new exhibit featuring photographs of flora from Central and North America.
The exhibit is open now through Friday, March 30. Hours are Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission is free. The Photography Center is inside Secor Metropark, 10001 Central Ave., Berkey.
The exhibit celebrates Denison’s search for beauty in nature combined with information about how Native Americans used flowers, trees and various plants as food and medicine. The show, featuring more than 60 large, hand-printed and framed images, is a follow-up to his exhibit of fauna images displayed last year at the center.
Denison is an award-winning photographer, noted lecturer, author and artist who has traveled extensively to acquire the images visitors will see in this show.
The son of a professional hunting and fishing guide who grew up in the outdoors, he has aimed his camera at iconic landscapes, spectacular architecture, wildlife in its natural habitat and people from all walks of life. He holds a BFA in applied photography from the College for Creative Studies and a master’s degree from Wayne State University, where he spent many years as a professor. He has been the director of Midwest Photography Workshops for the last 40 years.

Toledo Museum Of Art Offers The Mummies
The Toledo Museum of Art will feature The Mummies: From Egypt to Toledo in the Canaday Gallery through May 6.
In 1906, the founders of the Toledo Museum of Art, Edward Drummond Libbey and Florence Scott Libbey, visited Egypt, where they purchased a pair of Egyptian mummies as part of a collection of artifacts. Due to conservation issues and ethical considerations surrounding the display of human bodies, these mummies are only occasionally on view. This special installation will trace the history of Egyptian mummies, from their lives and the burial rituals associated with them in Ancient Egypt to their rediscovery during the Napoleonic era and the Egyptomania craze that followed. Egyptian artworks from the Museum’s collection and loans from other institutions will help situate the mummies in their historical context. The exhibition will also explore several intersecting issues for TMA and other cultural museums related to the collecting and display of these fascinating and significant objects, including whose mummies are these, do they belong in an art museum and what can we learn from them?
Admission to the exhibition is free for museum members and $10.00 for nonmembers. Discounted tickets are available for seniors, college students and military personnel ($7.00) and ages 5-17 ($5.00). Admission for school groups is free.

Call For Artists Announced For Wild About Art
The Toledo Zoo is seeking all the creative minds and skilled craftsmen in the area to take part in its art fair.
Wild About Art is a two-day art fair taking place on Saturday, August 4 and Sunday, August 5 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. This unique show, set in the wild beauty of the No. 1 zoo in the nation, will feature local and regional artists with various mediums on display for zoo visitors. This event will also include entertainment, interactive activities and, of course, animals.
Artists may sign up by visiting www.toledozoo.org/wildaboutart to be directed to the online application through ZAPP. Applications must be submitted online through ZAPP by Saturday, March 31. Art does not have to be animal-related. For more information, contact artfair@toledozoo.org or call (419) 385-5721, ext. 2110.

Spring Art Exhibit Featured Lourdes Undergrad Art
The Lourdes University Department of Art Undergraduate Spring Art Exhibition will be held on Saturday, April 21 through Thursday, May 24. Hours are Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Canticle Center Gallery, 5335 Convent Blvd., Sylvania.
An opening reception will be held on Saturday, April 21 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
For more information, contact Erin Palmer Szavuly at eszavuly@lourdes.edu or (419) 824-3685.

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