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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
owners, business owners, politicians and artists met Wednesday night to discuss
their vision to bring hope to the east Toledo community through art.
Mike Craig and the CEO of Artinstark Robb Hankins spoke to east Toledo
residents about turning Main Street into a hub for art and music as a way of
re-energizing the city.
who buy art and people who are interested in the arts, they will go where the
artists go," Craig said. "And artists will go where it's economical for them to
says he hopes this will create an atmosphere for business and building owners
to talk and come up with goals.
want to talk about getting art shows, even if they're only temporary art shows
in a temporary gallery space," he said. "We want to talk about getting live
music here when the weather changes."
says he has seen a dramatic difference in Canton, OH. Their downtown has gone
from having only one art gallery to 26 galleries and studios. Now people are interested
in moving to the downtown area.
arts are a weapon for convincing people to love their neighborhood or love
their downtown again," he said.