Yayoi Kusama established her groundbreaking artistic vision almost seven decades ago, yet, at age 90, she’s the most Instagrammable artist at work today. Join other art-lovers, who relish in the opportunity to post pictures of their experiences with her work, when Yayoi Kusama’s site-specific installation Fireflies on the Water debuts at the Toledo Museum of
Full disclosure: most of my holiday shopping is done in a full-on, Supermarket Sweepstakes-style fugue state during Handmade Toledo’s Maker’s Mart. I never know who I am buying for, but I always see enough cute stuff to know I can satisfy a handful of friends and family with the DIY and handmade goods. Fortunately, the
Head down to the Glass City for Toledo’s biggest Halloween party during the 10th annual Adams Street Zombie Crawl. This 21+ event takes place in the hip UpTown neighborhood of downtown Toledo, which features an open container district with six distinct bars, seven stages full of live music, plus creative businesses, shops, and more. Last
by Erin Holden Celebrate regional and international artists at Momentum, The Arts Commission’s three-day festival that explores the impact of the arts on downtown Toledo’s waterfront. This sensory experience includes musical performances, interactive art installations, the Toledo Mini Maker Faire, and much more for the whole family. Begins at 5:30pm. Thursday, September 19. Ends at
Hop on I-94 for a weekend trip to join the festivities at one of the country’s oldest continuously-running fruit festivals: the National Blueberry Festival in South Haven! Van Buren County has the highest production of highbush blueberries in the country. Since 1963, the festival has proudly celebrated Michigan’s berry growing industry with a central market,
In 2019, over the weekend of July 27th and July 28th, Art on the Rocks will celebrate its 61st annual fine art and crafts festival in Mattson Lower Harbor Park.