Hot Shots Reception

Category: Charity & Fundraisers

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Saturday, September 16, 2017


4:30 pm - 5:30 pm


AIGA Toledo
705 Monroe Street
Toledo, OH 43604

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Join us for a reception to celebrate the 2017 Hot Shots collaborations!

Hot Shots aims to bring awareness of local glass artists and Toledo's historic glass connection to a broad audience. This year, glass artists partnered with advertising/design agencies to create one-of-a-kind glass pieces inspired by each agency's mission.

2017 Hot Shots Participants:
Randy Phipps of Hart with Glass Artist Matt Paskiet
Terry Lesniewicz of Madison Avenue with Glass Artist Mike Stevens
Sara Blease of North Design and Black Swan Interactive with Glass Artist Ryan Thompson
Charles Ryder of Hansen with Glass Artist Steve Cothern
Dave Gawron of Madhouse with Glass Artist Chris DeMuro
Alex Hall of RP Marketing Public Relations with Glass Artist Brien Strancar
Jessica Lashley of RP Marketing Public Relations with Glass Artist Eli Lipman
Brent Lohmann of B-Creative Studio with Glass Artist Eamon King
Joe Pinciotti of UP Design Group with Glass Artist Alan Iwamura
Dan Weeks of Dan Weeks Design with Glass Artist Joel O’Dorisio
Sarah Yacko of Concentrek Group with Glass Artist Sten Neuber

Hot Shots is presented as part of Momentum - Hot Glass | Cool Music. For more information, visit

Momentum – Hot Glass | Cool Music is generously sponsored by ProMedica, O-I, Owens Corningg, Key Bank, Huntington Bank Pavilion, Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Kingston Healthcare Company, Shumaker Loop & Kendrick LLP, Lucas County Commissioners, Hart Inc., HCR ManorCare, Welltower, Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, Rudolph Libbe, The Toledo Museum of Art, The University of Toledo, Block Communications, BGSU, Fifth Third Bank, The Lathrop Company, Mansour Wealth Management, PNC, City of Toledo, 2-Scale, Rennaisance Hotel Downtown Toledo, Erie Constructionn, Sara Jane DeHoff, Margy & Scott Trumbull, and private donors.

Momentum is made possible in part by state tax dollars allocated by the Ohio Legislature to the Ohio Arts Council (OAC). The OAC is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally, and economically.

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