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Columbus Makes Art Presents: Scott Woods on Columbus’ Thriving Poetry Scene

Lacey Luce Lacey Luce Columbus Makes Art Presents: Scott Woods on Columbus’ Thriving Poetry Scene

Columbus’s poetry scene is growing, and after meeting local poet Scott Woods I had to know more about the scene and his work. Woods co-founded Writer’s Block Poetry, which hosts weekly readings at Kafe Kerouac and he recently released a new book of poems, Urban Contemporary History Month. Lacey: How long have you been writing […]

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Art Review: Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada

I’ve seen Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada a few times since it opened at the Wexner Center this past January. That’s normal. I like to revisit those exhibitions I’ll be writing about. Usually it’s with the intention of gathering additional details or reviewing works I expect to highlight. Sometimes it’s just to experience the overall tone […]

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Review: Melvin Edwards Redefines Modernist Sculpture

Liz Trapp Liz Trapp Review: Melvin Edwards Redefines Modernist Sculpture

There is magic in the reused, genius in the constructed, grace found in steel.  Melvin Edwards, an African American artist who has been making steel sculptures of all sizes for five decades, is redefining our dust-collected definition of modernist sculpture in his enormous exhibition Melvin Edwards: Five Decades at the Columbus Museum of Art. The […]

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More Artist Studios and Workforce House Coming to Franklinton

Walker Evans Walker Evans More Artist Studios and Workforce House Coming to Franklinton

A year ago we reported on the addition of more artist studios in Franklinton — and while that project has not yet come to fruition, it’s still in the works. 400 West Rich project manager Chris Sherman provided an update on the new project at 289 West Walnut this weekend, explaining that a roof replacement project […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: George Schwindt on Drumming for Flogging Molly and Music Publishing

Joey Hendrickson Joey Hendrickson Columbus Makes Art Presents: George Schwindt on Drumming for Flogging Molly and Music Publishing

A few weeks ago we caught up with George Schwindt in West Hollywood to finalize details for his travel to Columbus for the CSA Finale Showcase. He’ll offer feedback during the event to songwriters. Drinks in hand, we stood on the patio of The Black Cat, facing Sunset Boulevard as he pointed out Flea’s music […]

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Sold Out. Tim Rietenbach at Angela Meleca Gallery

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Sold Out. Tim Rietenbach at Angela Meleca Gallery

The idea of the artist holding a mirror up to society has become such a common critical trope that I’m wary of even invoking it. To the degree that all art has some form of cultural context, it’s nearly impossible for it not to reflect culture back in some way or another. The mirror then […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: The Amazing Cat Show

Angela Jann Angela Jann Columbus Makes Art Presents: The Amazing Cat Show

Columbus Artists Exhibit 100s of Cat Paintings to Raise Money for Colony Cats (and Dogs) Tona Pearson is the co-founder of Franklinton Fridays and an artist at 400 West Rich. She has partnered with 400 West Rich and Colony Cats to organize a large cat themed art exhibition in 400 West Rich to raise funds […]

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