“As it is well known, artists add value to neighborhoods,” stated Bonnie Katz. “And all too often, they are priced out of newly gentrified areas which they actually may have been instrumental in transforming. Columbus is home to a rich, diverse, and enormous community of individuals who need safe, affordable studio space.” To that end, […]
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
Did you know that Columbus is home to Largest Resident Theatre Company in America? Shadowbox Live is celebrating it’s 25th year and we couldn’t be more proud to be a Columbus original. This year we will have produced over 20 productions, presented more than 500 performances and entertained more than 90,000 patrons. Our annual budget […]
Franklinton is often touted as the next emerging arts district in Columbus, and this Friday, the neighborhood will get a little bit “artier” with the opening of Glass Axis. The nearly-thirty-year-old organization announced plans to relocate their facilities a year ago, and after a few days, their doors at 610 West Town Street are officially ready […]
Glass Axis is opening their doors at 610 West Town Street in Franklinton this weekend. For more information about the new facility, CLICK HERE to read our interview with Executive Director Rex Brown. For more information, visit www.glassaxis.org. All photos by Walker Evans.