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Tag: University of Findlay

The Art of Cultural Connections

The Art of Cultural Connections

Imagine how it might feel to act upon one of your biggest dreams. Ayane Hida’s dream of living and working in America came true two years ago when she was chosen to work as the Japanese Outreach Initiative Coordinator at the Mazza Museum at the University of Findlay. A native of Kyoto, Japan, Hida first...

June 26, 2017September 25, 2018
National Academy of Sciences Exhibit Explores Mazza Art With Scientific Themes

National Academy of Sciences Exhibit Explores Mazza Art With Scientific Themes

Art from the Mazza Museum at the University of Findlay that illustrates and instructs through picture books will stimulate audiences in “Igniting the Imagination,” an exhibit with themes in science, medicine and engineering that the Museum will send to the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C. from March 6 through Aug. 7. “Any time...

February 6, 2017September 25, 2018
Mazza Funday Sunday to Walk on the Wild Side

Mazza Funday Sunday to Walk on the Wild Side

Animals take the spotlight as the Mazza Museum welcomes special guests from Toledo Zoo and Aquarium and illustrator Jenny Hanf for “Animal Alphabet” from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Nov. 6. The Museum, located in the University of Findlay’s Virginia B. Gardner Fine Arts Pavilion, takes reading books about animals to a new level with...

October 24, 2016September 27, 2018
Illustrator from Japan to Speak at Mazza Funday Sunday

Illustrator from Japan to Speak at Mazza Funday Sunday

The Mazza Museum will welcome Japanese picture book author and illustrator Momomi Sako for the “Ohayo to Ohio” Funday Sunday event at the University of Findlay on Oct. 2 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. to speak about her books and illustrations. Sako first learned of the Museum through Ayane Hida, who is working with the...

September 22, 2016September 27, 2018
Author of Picture Book Featuring Local Baseball Hero to Speak

Author of Picture Book Featuring Local Baseball Hero to Speak

Nancy Churnin, author of a picture book about Hancock County native and pro baseball player, William Hoy, will speak at the Mazza Museum on Sunday, Sept. 18 in an event presented in collaboration with the Hancock Historical Museum. From 1 to 3:30 p.m., families are invited to enjoy baseball-themed stations, sign language lessons, book signing...

August 23, 2016September 27, 2018
Keynote Artists Inspire Audience: Highlights from Mazza Summer Conference

Keynote Artists Inspire Audience: Highlights from Mazza Summer Conference

The 265 educators, artists, authors and all-around book lovers from 14 different states who attended the Mazza Museum’s Summer Conference this July heard from 12 authors and illustrators about their work with picture books. Hosted on the campus of the University of Findlay, each of the keynote presenters, including Chris Barton, Rosemary Wells, Barney Saltzberg,...

July 28, 2016May 17, 2018
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