Toledo Art Museum Hosts 5th Annual Block Party

The Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) will be hosting its 5th annual block party on Saturday, July 7.

From 6-10 p.m., visitors can enjoy live entertainment and food from local food trucks while listening to musical acts. There will also be a scavenger across the Museum’s campus, glassblowing and flame-working demonstrations, and family activities throughout the night.

Visitors will have a chance to explore the galleries and exhibits on the Museum’s 40-acre campus. The newest exhibit, Community, contains more than 500,000 plants and flora that is all hand-strung and hanging from the ceiling. It was created by British artist Rebecca Law and is located inside the Canaday Gallery. The exhibit is free for museum members or $10 for non-members to experience.

Admission to the Block Party is free. Parking is free for TMA members and $7 for nonmembers (cash only). The block party will be held rain or shine.

For more event information, check out the TMA’s website here.
For more on the Rebecca Law flora exhibit, visit here.