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Columbus Makes Art Presents Madi Cano, Glass Axis Instructor and Artist

Melody Reed Melody Reed Columbus Makes Art Presents Madi Cano, Glass Axis Instructor and Artist

Madi Cano is an independent working glass artist, a Glass Axis instructor in hot glass and is currently a marketing and gallery intern at Glass Axis. She is a senior at The Ohio State University, working towards degrees in marketing and art with a specialization in glass. Her work will be on display in the […]

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Paint and Sip Studio Headed for Short North

Susan Post Susan Post Paint and Sip Studio Headed for Short North

Paint and sip franchise Pinot’s Palette is setting up its easels in Short North. The studio will take over the former home of Fabian’s at 691 N. High St. Pinot’s Palette launched in Houston, Texas in 2009 and has since built a nationwide presence operating in 31 states and Ontario. Studios host a calendar of […]

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Dance Preview: The Wexner Center Presents World Premiere of FluxFlow’s ‘Ursula’

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Dance Preview: The Wexner Center Presents World Premiere of FluxFlow’s ‘Ursula’

One of the most heartening changes with the new Wexner Center regime has been a rejuvenated interest in local artists. They bring the 2019 performing arts season to a close with Ursula – a brand new commission from Clintonville’s FluxFlow Dance Company, founded by Columbus native Russell Lepley and his partner Filippo Pelacchi. FluxFlow rapidly […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents Anita Maharjan on Weaving and Fiber Art

Jennifer Wray Jennifer Wray Columbus Makes Art Presents Anita Maharjan on Weaving and Fiber Art

Columbus College of Art & Design grad Anita Maharjan draws inspiration for her striking woven work from her cultural background and experiences as an immigrant. Several of Maharjan’s three-dimensional woven pieces are on view through Dec. 6 at ROY G BIV Gallery as part of CCAD Grads in the Galleries. The exhibition series, celebrating CCAD’s […]

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Where to Find Every ‘Suspension’ Park Sculpture

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Where to Find Every ‘Suspension’ Park Sculpture

In October, the Friends of Schiller Park unveiled “Suspension: Balancing Art, Nature, and Culture,” a sculpture series by Polish painter and sculptor Jerzy Kedziora, currently in exhibition around Columbus. Twenty three sculptures can be found in a few locations, predominately in Schiller Park, where a majority of the sculptures can be seen along pathways and […]

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Art Review: HERE: Ann Hamilton, Jenny Holzer, Maya Lin

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: HERE: Ann Hamilton, Jenny Holzer, Maya Lin

The Wexner Center for the Arts celebrates its 30th anniversary with an exhibition that rightly aspires to the bold promise and grand vision of the building that originally opened in 1989. In HERE: Ann Hamilton, Jenny Holzer, Maya Lin, the Wexner Center presents visitors with the work of three eminent, Ohio-born artists; artists whose careers have spanned […]

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GCAC Moving to Historic Long Street Building

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman GCAC Moving to Historic Long Street Building

The Greater Columbus Arts Council has signed a lease for the former Winders Motor Sales Company building at 182 E. Long St. The arts organization will move in early 2020, with the new location providing a street presence that makes resources and staff more accessible. “The arts council has been searching for a space that […]

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