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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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Downtown Parking Lots to Receive Public Art Upgrades

Walker Evans Walker Evans Downtown Parking Lots to Receive Public Art Upgrades

Urban enthusiasts generally agree that there’s no bigger blight on a Downtown area than a surface parking lot. They use a lot of space for a single purpose that is always considered underutilized when compared to virtually any other type of development, large or small. Thankfully, Columbus is filling in surface lots with new development, […]

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GCAC Presents: German Village Art Crawl Turns Garages into Galleries

 Jeff Tobin GCAC Presents: German Village Art Crawl Turns Garages into Galleries

Who throws an art festival in a neighborhood alley? German Village, that’s who. A couple of years back, some residents had the crazy idea to turn several garages along Macon Alley into art galleries for a unique one-night event. They asked homeowners along the alley for permission. They sent out invites to some of the […]

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History Lesson: Neighborhoods Reconnected with Cultural Wall, features work by Kojo Kamau

Doug Motz Doug Motz History Lesson: Neighborhoods Reconnected with Cultural Wall, features work by Kojo Kamau

Today marks the day when downtown will be reconnected to the King-Lincoln district via the Long Street Bridge. King-Lincoln has seen a resurgence of sorts with the revitalization of the Lincoln Theatre and the emergence of several local businesses such as Zanzibar and the Book Suite. To build on this success, a “Long Street Cultural […]

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Escape to Cleveland for a Yoga Vacation

 Nancy Alkire Escape to Cleveland for a Yoga Vacation

Dreaming of a yoga vacation in Bali or Hawaii? Yeah, but … how about the “North Coast” – that is, Cleveland – which offers yoga folks some special opportunities this summer. The Smithsonian Institute’s exhibit “Yoga: The Art of Transformation” will be at the Cleveland Museum of Art through September 14, 2014. According to articles […]

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Kojo Kamau and Aminah Robinson Inducted into Walk of Fame

Walker Evans Walker Evans Kojo Kamau and Aminah Robinson Inducted into Walk of Fame

The Lincoln Theatre’s Walk of Fame will be getting two new stars next month. Columbus artists Aminah Robinson and Kojo Kamau will be inducted into the Walk of Fame in a ceremony that will take place on July 26th at 7pm. Both artists are Columbus natives that have achieved wide recognition for their professional work. […]

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Tiny Doors Lead to a World of Imagination

Anne Evans Anne Evans Tiny Doors Lead to a World of Imagination

Have you found one? I know it’s always been my dream to do this kind of thing, afterall, I’ve been enchanted with the world of elves and fairies since childhood. Aren’t a lot of kids? …and adults? This summer, the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department is participating in the second year of Keebler’s Tiny Door […]

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