Mayor Carty Finkbeiner speaks during a news conference yesterday to unveil the Downtown Windows Public Art Project, which is designed to increase art in public
places in downtown Toledo. The first public artwork is at the Madison Building, behind the mayor, at Madison Avenue and Huron Street. The project is funded through the city s One Percent for the Arts program and has as its ultimate goal to have art that has been produced by local artists on display in windows throughout downtown Toledo.
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