Arts Commission of Greater Toledo

Arts Commission of Greater Toledo
Arts Commission of Greater Toledo is listed in the Arts Organizations & Centers category in Toledo, Ohio. Displayed below are the social networks for Arts Commission of Greater Toledo which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Arts Commission of Greater Toledo on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Arts Commission of Greater Toledo is:
1838 Parkwood Ave
Toledo, OH 43604
(419) 254-2787
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We're hiring! Seeking a dynamic event coordinator for MOMENTUM, our upcoming glass and music festival. Details on our website:

We're hiring! Seeking a dynamic event coordinator!

RT @loop_toledo: Announcing the 2017 #ArtLoop themes! We can't wait to kick off on April 20 with #SpringSounds! #ArtLoopToledo…

The Arts Commission shared Art Loop Toledo's photo.
Art Loop Toledo kicks off April 20!
Announcing the 2017 Art Loop Themes! We can't wait to kick things off with Spring Sounds on April 20!

We've been talking a lot about arts advocacy as we join the fight to save the National Endowment for the Arts. The proposed federal budget brings the possibility of a reduction to our funding by more than $150,000 in the next fiscal year. If you value the arts in your community, now is the time to make a contribution. Please consider becoming a friend of the Arts Commission by donating and sharing this post!
Join me in inspiring a vibrant Toledo, make a contribution!

If you value the #arts, please consider becoming a friend of the #ArtsCommission by donating and retweeting!

"...Communities with the most need for arts and culture programs stand to lose big from these measures." #SavetheNEA…

Thank you to the record number of arts advocates who traveled to D.C. for #ArtsAdvocacy Day 2017! #SavetheNEA
Activists arrived in Washington for Arts Advocacy Day, asking leaders to preserve funding for the National Endowment for the Arts.

The Arts Commission shared PRIZM Creative Community's event.
This Saturday, March 25 is the opening reception and celebration for PRIZM Creative Community's 11th Annual Art-A-Fair. "Breaking Ground: A Retrospective of Progress features over 350 works by nearly 90 artists. Check it out!
PRIZM’S 11TH ANNUAL ART-A-FAIR will Feature the History of Art in NW Ohio. “BREAKING GROUND: A Retrospective of Progress” opens Sat. March 25th with a Reception from 3-6 pm at the 5/3 Building at One Seagate (550 N. Summit St, ) in Toledo, and remain on display thru Thursday May the 25th. The two month exhibit features over 350 works by nearly 90 Artists from the past and present over a span of 150 years. Viewing hours are Monday-Fridays from 8 a.m. - 7p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 12-6 p.m. The Opening event on Sat. Mar. 25th will include great food, an enticing raffle with original artworks, live entertainment by the Toledo School for the Arts Jazz Ensemble, and a celebration of the many PRIZM volunteers who have made this event possible. Audiences will be delighted to celebrate the legacy we have received, applaud the accomplishments of our area professionals, and up and coming talent who continue to “Break Ground Just a few of the represented artists include: Israel Abramofsky, Dominick Labino, Earl North, Ruskin Stone, Edith Franklin, Wil Clay, Walter Chapman, Pete Beckman, Bernadine Stetzel, Robert Mazur, Leslie Adams, Tom Muir, Jack Schmidt, Matt Paskiet, David Eichenberg, Amy Beeler, Emanuel Enriquez, Michael Sheets, Robert Garcia, Shawn Messenger, Lindsay Scypta, Denis Chalwick, Kathryn Housepian, Judy Paschalis, and many more! Appreciation is expressed to the event sponsors, The Ohio Arts Council, The Blade, Buckeye Broadband, Library House Galleries, and many PRIZM supporters. Also special appreciation is given to One Seagate Partners, and The Arts Commission of Toledo for use of the building and display panels. Two additional events at the exhibition are planned for the 3rd Thursday evening in April and May to coincide with The Arts Commission’s Art Loop evenings. In addition to the chance to view the over 350 piece fine art and literature exhibition, refreshments and entertainment will be provided each evening. On April the 20th, Delta Blues Guitarist Jimmy Lambert, AKA Light Brown Jimmy will delight audiences with his classic guitar favorites. On Thursday May the 18th, at 6:30 p.m. PRIZM will feature an “Open Mic in the Glass City event,” featuring live readings by our area authors. For additional details visit the PRIZM website at
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