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Art Takes Flight

Before John James Audubon, there was Alexander Wilson. The Toledo Museum of Art showcases its complete set of his nine-volume masterpiece in a new exhibition.

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The Art of Robert McCloskey

The Cincinnati Art Museum hosts a summer exhibition of works from Hamilton native’s lovingly illustrated picture books.

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‘Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern’ in Cleveland

A new Cleveland Museum of Art exhibition delves into the connections between the paintings, personal style and public persona of iconic artist Georgia O’Keeffe.

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Hartman Rock Garden, Springfield

During the Great Depression, Ben Hartman created a collection of interesting and idiosyncratic folk art sculptures at his Springfield home.

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‘Rebecca Louise Law: Community’ in Toledo

The Toledo Museum of Art hosts an installation from the British artist who uses thousands of dried and fresh flowers in her creations.

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Slow Motion

Columbus still-life artist Carol Stewart’s compositions radiate an energy that sets her colorful and vibrant works apart from others in the genre.

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Imagination at Work

Artist and curator Dan Chudzinski brings whimsy and wonder to the world’s first collection of original artwork from children’s picture books.

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Mr. Sandman

Ohio artist Carl Jara crafts captivating, dreamy and downright fun sand sculptures.

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The Columbus Crossing Borders Project

This art exhibition hosted by the Dublin Arts Council reflect personal stories that put a face on the plight of refugees around the globe.

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Creating History

Miami University Art Museum’s “Telling a People’s Story: African-American Children’s Illustrated Literature” features 130 works published during the past 50 years.

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‘Expanded Views: Native American Art in Focus’

A Toledo Museum of Art exhibition featuring historical and contemporary works by Native Americans offers a fresh perspective.

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‘Lilly Martin Spencer’ at Decorative Arts Center of Ohio

The Ohio artist supported her husband and 13 children by capturing everyday scenes that spoke to 19th-century, middle-class society.

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‘Songs & Sounds of the Harlem Renaissance’ in Columbus

Pete Mills and the Columbus Jazz Orchestra pay tribute to the artistic movement that made the Manhattan neighborhood a cultural hub following World War I.

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‘Devoted: Visual Performances of Faith’ in Dayton

The Dayton Art Institute presents an exhibition of work from its own collection showing how artists have interpreted and celebrated religions spanning the globe.

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Catching Light

Columbus’ Franklin Art Glass Studios creates stained glass works for public and private clients. We visited to see its projects firsthand.

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The Free Stamp, Cleveland

After getting rejected twice, a now-iconic piece of public art found a home in Willard Park in 1991.

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Celebrating Harlem in Columbus

Author Wil Haygood curates a Columbus Museum of Art exhibition offering insight into how the Harlem Renaissance reshaped American culture.

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‘A Story of Flying: 20 Years of Passion Works’

Ohio University’s Kennedy Museum of Art hosts an exhibition featuring works from the acclaimed Athens studio for artists with developmental differences.

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Arts in Appalachia

These five attractions share the stories, history and traditions of Ohio’s hill country.

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‘Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors’ in Cleveland

The exhibition that has dazzled art lovers in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and Seattle comes to the Cleveland Museum of Art.

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