Momentum By The Numbers 2018
• 15,000 + Attendees
• 57 Organizations
• 137 Volunteers
• 83 Artists & 158 Musicians
• 18 Interactive & Public Art Works
• $135,500 Invested In Arts
• 20+ Local, National, & International Publications
• 15 Local News Segments
• 396,516 People Reached on Social
Thank You Toledo
We are overwhelmed with pride in our city and gratitude for the many individuals and organizations who came together to make Momentum happen! We hope you were awed by world-class art, learned something new from a local maker, danced with friends, or contemplated new music, all while taking in the view of our waterfront and city skyline. We love the creativity in our community-thank you to all of the artists, makers, musicians, performers, food vendors and volunteers!
Momentum | Hot Glass
We'd like to congratulate all of the artists in the Momentum | Hot Glass exhibition! Special accolade to the award winners! First Place, Zac Weinberg (Toledo, OH), "Survival Kit Variation no. 4"; Second Place: Megan Biddle (Philadelphia, PA), "Bedazzled In Black"; Third Place: David Schnuckel (Rochester, NY), "Polymerous Cube"; Libbey Purchase Award: David Schnuckel (Rochester, NY), "Specimens". Thank you to our jurors: Corey Hampson (Owner and Partner of Habatat Galleries), Diane Wright (Curator of Glass at The Toledo Museum of Art), and Robert Zollweg (Design and Creative Director at Libbey Inc.) Open to the public through September 21st.
Momentum | Intersection
The Arts Commission is pleased to share the finalists for Momentum | Intersection, a new opportunity for regional artists and designers to collaborate with Pilkington Glass North America (Nippon Sheet Glass Co., Ltd.). Inspired by the studio glass movement, The Arts Commission seeks to provide new collaborations between applications of glass as an artistic medium and manufacturing processes. Richard Harned, Loraine Lynn, Sean Merchant, Catie Newell, Tom Patti, Zac Weinberg.
Culture Inspires Healthy Communities
2018 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 2018 Momentum Festival, 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.