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How does arts and culture dispel stereotypes, fight stigmas and forge greater understanding? Let's talk on July 28. Bridging Divides, session 3 of the 2016 Creative Intersections series.
Ever heard of the glossy buckthorn also known as Rhamnus frangula? I hadn’t until researching some of Mimi Kato’s work. As an artist-in-residence at SPACES Gallery, Mimi Kato spent the summer of 2013 preparing for her installation at the gallery focusing on the runaway growth of the glossy buckthorn. The glossy buckthorn, or Rhamnus frangula, has been identified by the Ohio Division of Natural Areas and Preserves as one of the 10 most invasive and difficult to control non-native plant species.
Marbling on Paper & Cloth workshop
Carousel Books workshop
Credo Festival Finale Concert
Heritage Tourism - Take a Hike
Inter|Urban: Art and Culture Connector
Summer Camps and Adult Classes Begin