Featured Lines Reading Series covered by Toledo City Paper article by Scott Recker. Go HERE for article
Dave Willinger covers Adams' solo exhibition, 'Tricks in the Tea Room'.
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Jay Hathaway from the Toledo Free Press covers Timothy Gaewsky's solo exhibition, Chasing Rainbows
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LPC founder, Timothy Gaewsky was awarded Honorable Mention at the 2012 ArtSlant Prize. Timothy and three other artists will represent ArtSlant at this years Aqua Art Miami contemporary art fair. Congratulations, Tim!
LPC is very excited to announce our newest Core member, Julia LaBay! Julia received her Bachelor of Fine art degree in sculpture at the University of Toledo in 2012. She is currently working for the University Of Toledo Department Of Art as the 3D Studio Technical Assistant. LaBay has shown her work regionally as well as nationally and won several awards and grants for her artistic creations. Julia plans to attend graduate school in the future to pursue her MFA in sculpture. She is also a mother of two wonderful children, and owns and operates a sign business in Maumee, OH.
Check out the article on the current exhibition, Golgotha in the Toledo Free Press.
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8 x 8 : A Benefit for Launch Pad Cooperative
This December, Launch Pad Cooperative will be hosting the very first 8 x 8 show as an LPC fundraiser. Artists are invited to make pieces of artwork in a 8" x 8" format that can hang on the wall. These pieces can be as elaborate or simple as you like. You can make one piece or multiple works! The money generated by this show will be used to offset the expenses of programming such as artist talks and panel discussions, work on special projects like catalogs and exhibitions abroad, and for general operating expenses. DEADLINE: artwork must be received by Monday December 3, 2012.
December 13, 2012 - January 4, 2013
Click link for prospectus and how to submit. Help support LPC!!
We're excited to announce Tinola Mayfield-Guerrero as our newest Associate Member! Tinola is a graduate of the University of Toledo (Women and Gender Studies, BA; Sociology, MA; Philosophy, MA), Tinola has shown work and presented in various locations throughout Toledo, Ohio, Columbus, Ohio, Chicago, Illinois, Buffalo, New York and Lockport, New York. Tinola enjoys photography, working in encaustic and found objects. Occasionally she finds time to play the cello and is currently working on a spoken word album.