Fostering cultural, intellectual, artistic and friendly exchanges between the French-speaking world and our local and regional communities.

Paris: City of Art

22 Dec 2009 7:38 PM | Anonymous member
Art history students at the University of Toledo selected pieces from the Toledo Museum of Art's collection depicting Paris and the work of Parisian artists.  It appears in the Hitchcock and Stevens Galleries now through March 14, 2010.  There is no charge for admission to the museum or to this exhibit.

While visiting the Museum check out Storybook Stars,  an exhibit that features 120 enchanting illustrations from artists who have won major awards for their work in illustrationg children’s books.  The works are from the Mazza Collection of the University of Findlay.  Now through Jan. 31, 2010.

Also on exhibit through February 7th is an exhibit of the works of prominent glass artist Dale Chihuly.  This exhibit presents his works from the Museum's collection.

There is lots to enjoy at the Toledo Museum of Art, all for FREE!  What a great way to spend a winter afternoon!
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