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The Momentum | Intersection Glass Program is currently accepting proposals for the 2024 Exhibition. Those interested in applying should review the request for proposals (RFP) and apply online. The application deadline is June 28, 2023.

Save the Date

Join us for the 2023 Momentum Festival on September 8, 9, 15, and 16. The Momentum | Intersection Exhibition will be at the Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion from September 15 through October 15, 2023. Stay tuned for more details!

Something for Everyone

Started in 2017, Momentum is an annual festival that celebrates our vibrant community through arts and culture. Generously presented by ProMedica, this festival is a celebration of Toledo's talented visual, performing, and literary artists. Do as much or as little as you want–there is something that will spark a little creativity in everyone!

Celebrating our vibrant community through arts and culture.


The story of Momentum is a celebration of community and the arts in Toledo. Nothing is a truer embodiment of this story than the Momentum | Intersection Exhibition. Started in 2018, a year after the festival's inaugural season, Intersection is an exhibit of glass art like no other.

This exhibit would not be possible without the ongoing partnership with NSG Pilkington and the Toledo Museum of Art.


The Call to Artists for the 2024 Momentum | Intersection Exhibition is now open. Applicants should review the request for proposals (RFP) and apply online by June 28, 2023.

Questions? Contact Tess Healy, Momentum Festival Coordinator, at

RFP - Momentum | Intersection

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