Arts in Northwest Ohio
Here are a list of links that will allow you to find out what else is happening in the area.
- 5060 Studios
5060 Studios is a space dedicated to the advancement of artistic endeavors with various classes, workshops and exhibitions. The 50/60 Studios website also features the work of Mark, Ruth and Kelly Matthews.
- Archbold Community Theatre
Thousands of people have been involved in the cast and crews of over 100 productions presented by Archbold Community Theatre. In addition to putting on our own productions ACT is also a resource for props and costumes for local school and churches.
- Mark Matthews Art Glass
Mark Matthews is notably recognized for his work in glass, especially in glass spheres. Working with only one assistant, each piece is meticulously worked and signed by the artist
- Cody Moser
Moser Photography Design Head Photographer/Owner
Primary Specialty in Potters Wheel and Painting
- Laura Moser
Art Educator, Paint & Glass Artist
- Ohio Arts Council
The Ohio Arts Council, founded in 1965, is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally, and economically.
- Sauder Village
Explore the Historic Village with a walk through time from 1803 to 1928. Hear stories shared by costumed guides in historic homes and shops, take a ride on the Erie Express train, visit animals in the farmyard and marvel at working craftsmen blending skill and creativity in glass, metal, fiber, wood and clay.
- Williams County Community Theater
The WCCT aims to enhance the theatrical experience of their patrons and volunteers, promote the art of live theater in Williams County and further efforts to provide the community with the benefits of live theater performance in accordance with long-standing tradition of artistic excellence.
“Art does not reproduce what
we see. It makes us see.”
Northwest Ohio has so much to offer. Make sure you take time to visit and discover additional resources that will allow you to find out what else is happening in the area.