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Spanning five quarter blocks south of the Lazarus building, the district is bordered by State Street on the north, the Miranova tower on the south, Pearl Street on the east, and the Scioto River on the west. The Columbus Downtown Development Corp. has been charged with redeveloping the area by the city of Columbus.

Sight of Music

Jed Jed Sight of Music

Framed by a nod to synesthesia, the “Sight of Music” exhibition will present visual arts representations of the aural arts that providea lens through which to explore how we interact with music as a central aspect of our humanity. These works will examine music’s place in everyday, cultural, creative, and imaginative contexts—its major figures and […]

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Naturally Impactful: “The Sight of Music” Debuts at the Columbus Cultural Arts Center September 29

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Naturally Impactful: “The Sight of Music” Debuts at the Columbus Cultural Arts Center September 29

On September 29, the Columbus Cultural Arts Center will debut “The Sight of Music,” a six-week exhibition in the Center’s Main Gallery, featuring visual representations of music intended to highlight how “music is the soundtrack of our lives.” As part of the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department, the Cultural Arts Center features several galleries and […]

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Debate Continues over Millennial Tower’s LED Billboard Plans

Walker Evans Walker Evans Debate Continues over Millennial Tower’s LED Billboard Plans

How do you balance advertisements with architecture? That continues to be the heart of the discussion with the 28-story Millennial Tower proposal as it made its way in front of the Downtown Commission for its third round of reviews this morning. When the new building was first proposed in May 2016 for the southwest corner […]

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Millennial Tower Proposal Gets New Updates

Walker Evans Walker Evans Millennial Tower Proposal Gets New Updates

The ambitious Millennial Tower proposal returns to the Downtown Commission tomorrow morning with another round of updates and changes for review. Developer Arshot Investment Corporation turned in a submission packet that includes floor plans for the full building that reveal more details on how the site would be used throughout the 28-story building. Most notably, […]

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Pasos de Arte

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An exhibition of works by Latino Artists at the Columbus Cultural Arts CenterWhat: Pasos de Arte is a first of its kind, innovative, Latino art exhibition that brings together the Latino community with visitors from across Central Ohio to explore the richness of Latino culture. The exhibition was organized by Our Lady of Guadalupe Center, […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents Amandda Leigh Tirey on her new exhibition of space and blood

Tom Baillieul Tom Baillieul Columbus Makes Art Presents Amandda Leigh Tirey on her new exhibition of space and blood

Columbus painter Amandda Leigh Tirey is intrigued by space and the vast biological existence inside and around us. Her large format works in oil appear to freeze the motion of active forms floating in an ambiguous space devoid of gravity, or capture slices of an anonymous aura delicately placed in a petri dish. She creates […]

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Construction Roundup: Downtown

Walker Evans Walker Evans Construction Roundup: Downtown

No matter which way you look at the Columbus skyline, you’re bound to see at least one construction crane or two these days. New apartments, condos and offices are rising all across the center of our city at a rapid pace, indicating a continued strong investment into the redevelopment of our urban core. This month’s installment in our Construction […]

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