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Artist Daric Gill’s “Absolute: Earnest” Accepted for Exhibition in South Korean Museum

Anne Evans Anne Evans Artist Daric Gill’s “Absolute: Earnest” Accepted for Exhibition in South Korean Museum

Daric Gill has had a big week. His piece Absolute: Moment, oil on reclaimed Birdseye maple, was part of last night’s record breaking Art for Life fundraiser where over $600,000 was raised for Equitas Health, and he also received news that another piece from the series, Absolute: Earnest, was accepted for exhibition in the Czong Institute for Contemporary […]

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The Confluence Cast: Bryan Christopher Moss

Tim Fulton Tim Fulton The Confluence Cast: Bryan Christopher Moss

How can we make Columbus a true hub for visual art? We tackle that and more with artist and educator Bryan Christopher Moss in this week’s episode, recorded live at Independents’ Day. This week’s episode is presented by the Julep Preview Party on September 23rd. http://theconfluencecast.com/episodes/9_bryanmoss.mp3 Follow the Confluence Cast: Web | iTunes | Facebook | Twitter

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Orange Barrel Media Installs Subway Cars for Graffiti Mural

Walker Evans Walker Evans Orange Barrel Media Installs Subway Cars for Graffiti Mural

While many people want to see a real light-rail or streetcar or subway line in Columbus, the opportunity to see a make-believe version has presented itself this weekend at the Independents’ Day festival in Franklinton. Local advertising company and event sponsor Orange Barrel Media installed a life-size subway train on Lucas Street next to Land […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: Don Dodrill, Co-Founder of the Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival

Lynette Santoro-Au Lynette Santoro-Au Columbus Makes Art Presents: Don Dodrill, Co-Founder of the Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival

In 1966 Upper Arlington residents Don Dodrill and Louise Lamboley decided to have an “outdoor art exhibit featuring works by local area artists.” Don shared, “Labor Day seemed to be an appropriate time for such an event as people would be out and about enjoying the last holiday of summer.” The first year there were […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: Roger Kent Grosswiler Jr. Talks Obsession, Human Oddities and All Things Geek Love

Justin Johnston Justin Johnston Columbus Makes Art Presents: Roger Kent Grosswiler Jr. Talks Obsession, Human Oddities and All Things Geek Love

For the month of August, Roger Kent Grosswiler Jr. steps up as guest curator at Wild Goose Creative. The show features 20 local artists’ works inspired by Katherine Dunn’s novel Geek Love. In addition to a gallery opening, Kent will host a 10-hour live reading of the novel. Justin Johnston: Tell me about your work […]

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New “Blockfort” Art Studio & Gallery Coming Soon to Downtown

Walker Evans Walker Evans New “Blockfort” Art Studio & Gallery Coming Soon to Downtown

Before the end of the year, an old auto parts store and warehouse will become the newest Downtown creative space. A group of local artists will soon inhabit the old NAPA Auto Parts Store at 162 N. Sixth St., primarily relocating from the soon-to-be-demolished TacocaT Cooperative in Grandview Heights. “The majority of people at TacocaT […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: Musician Adam Schlenker on American Roots Music

Jenny Danker Jenny Danker Columbus Makes Art Presents: Musician Adam Schlenker on American Roots Music

What do Beckley, West Virginia and Columbus, Ohio have in common? They both are home to the talented American Roots Acoustic musician and instructor, Adam Schlenker. He has become a permanent fixture at the McConnell Arts Center in Worthington with his Acoustic Roots Music Ensemble classes, and has brought his love, passion and expertise for […]

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