Inspired by the talents of students from The Ohio State University, University of Cincinnati, and Columbus College of Art and Design, projects in this exhibition, at the OSU Urban Arts Space from June 19th to August 11th, range from signs to storefronts, gardens, streetscapes, and whole communities. In this exhibition, renderings, models, before-and-after panoramas and more envision ideas for how to revitalize key areas downtown. Free and open to all.
Progress and Promise at the OSU Urban Arts Space
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Exhibit | Urban Arts Space: Designers’ visions of city life inspiring
By Christopher A. Yates
For The Columbus Dispatch
Sunday July 8, 2012 5:37 AM
Art transforms neighborhoods, but the transformation isn’t magical. It comes after hard work and dedication. Celebrating the recent accomplishments of the Neighborhood Design Center — for 30 years, a nonprofit organization of architects, designers and students committed to improving design in neighborhoods susceptible to poverty and urban decay — is the exhibit “Progress and Promise,” Downtown in the Ohio State University Urban Arts Space.
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