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Appalachian Artistry

Four traditional artists share the stories behind their work.

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Early Visions of Ohio

Lancaster's Decorative Arts Center of Ohio presents works created between 1765 and 1865.

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‘Creating the Illusion’ in Lancaster

An exhibition on display at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio features more than 40 screen-worn pieces of clothing and accessories from the Paramount Pictures Archives.

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‘Triceracopter’ and ‘Self-Portrait’

Patricia Renick’s artistic legacy resides in the University of Cincinnati’s Walter C. Langsam Library.

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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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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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Pinball Wizards

The 20th century’s longest-lasting arcade game thrives in Cleveland thanks to three artists.

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Different Drumm

Artist Don Drumm works in materials that are more commonly associated with the factory floor than the art gallery.

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Glass Bash

The Toledo Museum of Art celebrates the 50th anniversary of the American Studio Glass Movement.

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Singular Style

The Toledo Museum of Art explores Manet's gift for portraiture.

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Mind Games

The Cleveland Museum of Art hosts a photography exhibition that explores the secrets of the psyche.

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Loyal Companions

James Mellick’s sculptures reflect the courage and sacrifice of our men and women in uniform.

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East Meets West

The Taft Museum of Art examines how artists captured westward expansion and the maturing of a young nation.

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Heart Rendering

The Butler Institute of American Art presents the postcard-perfect world of Currier & Ives.

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Canton Museum of Art Hosts ‘Scrimmage’

Celebrate America’s fall game with a collection of works stretching from the Civil War to modern day.

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Character Study

The Toledo Museum of Art celebrates the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death with an imaginative take on the Bard’s body of work.

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Illuminating Nature

Ohio native Clara Driscoll played a pivotal role in Louis Comfort Tiffany’s New York glass studio — contributions highlighted in a new Cincinnati Art Museum exhibition.

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A Clear Vision

Exhibition looks Ohio native and Devo frontman Mark Mothersbaugh's inventive visual art.

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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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Quilts, Squared

What started as one small painting on a barn in Adams County has multiplied into an international art project, all started by one woman to honor her mother and her Appalachian heritage.

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