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GCAC Presents: Clayspace Provides a Studio For All Who Wish to Play and Work with Clay

Tami Knight Tami Knight GCAC Presents: Clayspace Provides a Studio For All Who Wish to Play and Work with Clay

The arts are thriving in Columbus! An especially exciting part of our vibrant art scene is the opportunity for hands-on participation. Clayspace offers just that – with classes, workshops and lessons for curious first-timers as well as amateurs and part-time artists. Our studio and accompanying Gallery 831, open since 2006, supports and showcases local emerging and […]

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Illustrated Map in the Works for Clintonville, Proposals Being Accepted

Anne Evans Anne Evans Illustrated Map in the Works for Clintonville, Proposals Being Accepted

There’s no doubt about it, Columbus loves its maps. (Have you voted in the Columbus Transit Map contest yet?). The Clintonville Area Commission is currently taking submissions for what Clintonville landmarks should appear on an illustrated map of Clintonville. They are also seeking proposals from illustrators who would like the chance to design the map. […]

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GCAC Presents: Shen Yun Performing Arts Brings the True Chinese Culture to Columbus Despite Objections of Communist Party

Lucia Dunn Lucia Dunn GCAC Presents: Shen Yun Performing Arts Brings the True Chinese Culture to Columbus Despite Objections of  Communist Party

STANDING OVATIONS at the world’s top venues, royalty attending in Europe, sold-out shows throughout North America, and packed house across Asia have made Shen Yun an international phenomenon. Don’t miss Shen Yun’s all-new 2015 production, March 11-12 Ohio Theatre. For the sixth straight year, performing arts lovers in Columbus will have the opportunity to experience […]

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Cameron Mitchell to Operate Lino Restaurant Inside CMA

Walker Evans Walker Evans Cameron Mitchell to Operate Lino Restaurant Inside CMA

The Columbus Museum of Art has not been home to a full service restaurant since the closure of the Palette Cafe in 2009, but that will change this fall with the opening of Lino, a new culinary concept from Cameron Mitchell Restaurants that will open inside the newly renovated and expanded museum. Few details are […]

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All Are Welcome at High Road Gallery & Studios Artists’ Reception

Dan Stout Dan Stout All Are Welcome at High Road Gallery & Studios Artists’ Reception

On February 8th, from 2 – 4 p.m. the High Road Gallery & Studios opened its doors for the first artists’ reception since its re-christening as a shared studio space. A long-time fixture in the Worthington Historic District, the reception featured a dedicated central gallery space, with representative works from each of the eighteen artists […]

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‘Start With Art’ Hopes to Inspire the Start, Expansion, and Sharing of Art Collections

Anne Evans Anne Evans ‘Start With Art’ Hopes to Inspire the Start, Expansion, and Sharing of Art Collections

If you are looking to start an art collection, exploring the Short North Arts District is a great place to start. With their new campaign, ‘Start With Art’, the area is hoping you will do just that. The marketing is in celebration of the Short North Arts District’s 30th anniversary, right on the heels of […]

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GCAC Presents: ProMusica Presents Classical Comedy

 Brittany Lockman GCAC Presents: ProMusica Presents Classical Comedy

One of the hottest topics in the classical music world today is bringing in new audiences, which is certainly something that we are always thinking about here at ProMusica Chamber Orchestra. We all want to share this powerful music with everyone -not just with those who are in-the-know and well educated in all things orchestral. […]

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