Sculptures of Zimbabwe

. September 1, 2017.
Sculptures of Zimbabwe Toledo

Enjoy the artistry of an African culture with just a short trek down the I-75. Toledo GROWs at the Toledo Botanical Gardens is hosting A Garden of Wonders: Stone Sculptures of Zimbabwe. Marvel over the works of more than 100 Zimbabwean artists from eight different regions of the country. The exhibition will include cultural events to support the artworks, including an opening day celebration. All sculptures are available for purchase. Exhibition is open 9am-5pm daily, or 9am-9pm on Thursdays and Saturdays. Friday, September 1-Sunday, October 29.

Toledo Botanical Gardens, 5403 Elmer Dr., Toledo, OH
419-536-2039
toledogarden.org/toledogrows
Free

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