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Columbus Ranked 6th Best City for Arts & Culture

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Ranked 6th Best City for Arts & Culture

One question that has been repeated in Columbus many times over the past several years is how we can collectively as a city improve our arts and cultural institutions and programs through increased funding, patronage and visibility. The reason for this importance is not only to improve quality of life measurements for residents and visitors, […]

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GCAC Presents: Now that You’ve Heard, Spread the Word

 Brianna Fehrman GCAC Presents: Now that You’ve Heard, Spread the Word

I first got involved in Ohio Art League a few years back, once I graduated from Ohio University with a degree in Philosophy and Art History (what was I going to do with that I thought?), and I was looking into internships with respected arts organizations throughout Ohio. I wanted to completely immerse myself in […]

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Yoga Art Exhibit Coming to a Close in Cleveland

 Nancy Alkire Yoga Art Exhibit Coming to a Close in Cleveland

Yoga: The Art of Transformation is scheduled to close September 7th at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Get going soon if you want to see a once in a lifetime collection of yoga-related art curated by the Smithsonian Institution. The exhibit has sculptures, scrolls, and other artworks including interesting film footage. I particularly liked the […]

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GCAC Presents: Summer Programs at Urban Arts Space

 Merijntje van der Heijden GCAC Presents: Summer Programs at Urban Arts Space

Urban Arts Space serves as The Ohio State University’s arts laboratory, an exhibition and alternative performance space for faculty, students, and local, national, and international artists. Urban Arts Space offers free community programing. This summer, we are presenting more free programming than ever before. Urban Arts Space provides the community with creative opportunities for people […]

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Local Artist Hiroshi Hayakawa Releases Latest Origami Book

Aimee Hancock Aimee Hancock Local Artist Hiroshi Hayakawa Releases Latest Origami Book

Local artist and associate professor at Columbus College of Art and Design, Hiroshi Hayakawa, is set to release his new book on August 5th, titled “Paper Monsters and Curious Creatures.” Hayakawa previously created three other books, his first having been released in 2009. All four books consist of detailed lessons on how to create various […]

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Review: PULL LEFT at the OSU Urban Arts Space

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Review: PULL LEFT at the OSU Urban Arts Space

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: we live in an era of unprecedented globalization… I know, right? Globalization is so much a part of who we are that acknowledging its existence has become just another example of stating the obvious. Between international trade, treaties, monetary policy, migration, terrorism, and tourism, the impact and […]

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GCAC Presents: Sculptor Al-Hadid, Alum Essenhigh Featured In CCAD’s Summer Exhibition Visiting Artists’ Series

 Amanda Pierce GCAC Presents: Sculptor Al-Hadid, Alum Essenhigh Featured In CCAD’s Summer Exhibition Visiting Artists’ Series

Series kicks off September 4, 2014. Realist/surrealist sculptures, high-gloss paintings, and installations big and small fill the Canzani Center Gallery this summer as Columbus College of Art & Design features four new solo exhibitions open free to the public. Join the creative dialogue in Columbus when several of the artists visits for an open lecture […]

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