INTER/ACTIVE PROJECTS

INTER/ACTIVE ART PROJECTS | SUBMISSION DEADLINE – MAY 12, 2018

The Arts Commission is seeking proposals for INTER/ACTIVE projects that will take place during the Momentum festival in Promenade Park on September 13-15, 2018 (and possibly other Arts Commission events). We are looking for highly interactive, community-driven, collaborative works of art that are accessible to the public and civic in scope. 2017 projects involved the spectator in a variety of activities including contributing to a giant storybook, casting metal objects with a mobile foundry, a giant interactive video game and an exploration of identity. Projects will be launched at Momentum and may be asked to appear at other Arts Commission events.


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Momentum 2017

17,000 PEOPLE CELEBRATING ART & COMMUNITY

THE ARTS COMMISSION, TOLEDO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, PRESENTING PARTNER PROMEDICA, AND THE BUSINESS AND PHILANTHROPIC COMMUNITIES JOINED TOGETHER TO OFFER A FREE COMMUNITY CELEBRATION TO OUR REGION. MOMENTUM, A 3-DAY ART AND MUSIC FESTIVAL IN DOWNTOWN TOLEDO KICKED OFF THE WEEKEND WITH A SYMPHONIC TRIBUTE TO THE MUSIC OF PRINCE IN PROMENADE PARK.

GLASS, MUSIC & ART FESTIVAL

OVER 30 ARTISTS AND MUSICIANS

Promenade Park was filled with thousands of people enjoying local art work, interactive projects, live music and performances all weekend along the river. INTER/ACTIVE public art projects included UNITY, aluminum casting and mobile hot shops along with new works of public art!

JURIED EXHIBITION and competition

47 national artists | $10k in prizes

The Momentum exhibition included artworks from regional and national artists working in glass, glass related materials, or materials referencing glass to celebrate this unique narrative and the work that evolves from it. In this array of wonderful and contemporary works Michael Killoren, Jennifer Navva Milliken, and Raul Parades selected the following: First Place: Jennifer Hecker (Brockport NY) "Water Fall," Second Place: Joanna Manousis (Toledo OH) "Demeter," Third Place: Shahid Khan (Gahanna OH) "Minar Trio in Turquoise," Honorable Mention: Kazuki Takizawa (Los Angeles CA) "Container: Handle Wings," and Honorable Mention: Zac Weinberg (Toledo OH) "Mechanisms for Spectacular Experience."


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Inspiring a Vibrant Toledo

CULTURE INSPIRES HEALTHY COMMUNITIES

2017 Momentum Presenting Sponsor

Art is essential to a healthy community and a vibrant downtown. The Arts Commission is pleased to partner with ProMedica to present the 2017 Momentum – Hot Glass | Cool Music, promoting the greater Downtown Toledo area as a vibrant center of arts, culture, and creative life for residents, guests, tourists, and those dedicated to Toledo's revitalization.

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