20 North Gallery & Venue
20 North Gallery, opened in 1993, is Toledo’s oldest independent art gallery. In 2008, the gallery celebrated its one-hundredth exhibit. 20 North showcases Black History Month and Derby Days exhibits annually in addition to other, temporary collections. The gallery closed in 2013 but reopened in 2016 with an exhibition of the work of Adam Grant, a Holocaust survivor and painter.
Gedret, Roberta. An artistic rebirth at 20 North. Toledo Blade. June 19, 2016. Accessed November 01, 2018. https://www.toledoblade.com/a-e/art/2016/06/19/An-artistic-rebirth-at-20-North/stories/20160618224?abnpageversion=evoke.
Press. 20 North Gallery. Accessed November 01, 2018. http://www.20northgallery.net/. Information and photo source.
Downtown Toledo art gallery to close after 20 years. WTOL. May 23, 2013. Accessed November 01, 2018. http://www.wtol.com/story/22409650/downtown-toledo-art-gallery-to-close-after-20-years/.