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Columbus Arts Festival Canceled Due to COVID-19 Concerns

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Columbus Arts Festival Canceled Due to COVID-19 Concerns

The Greater Columbus Arts Council has announced that the Columbus Arts Festival — originally slated for June 12 through 14 — has been canceled. GCAC President and CEO Tom Katzenmeyer announced the cancellation in a letter sent out on Thursday, April 2, after the arts council’s board of trustees voted to cancel the 2020 festival […]

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Gallery Hop Will Go Virtual in April

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Gallery Hop Will Go Virtual in April

April’s Gallery Hop will be the first to be held virtually via Instagram during the coronavirus pandemic. On Saturday, April 4 at 4 p.m., viewers can tune in to the Short North Arts District’s Instagram page to check out Short North Arts District galleries, local retailers and Gallery Hop’s favorite performers. Viewers will get to […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents Donna Lehr, Long-Time Vaud-Villities Performer

Peggy Rennick Peggy Rennick Columbus Makes Art Presents Donna Lehr, Long-Time Vaud-Villities Performer

EDITOR’S NOTE: Vaud-Villities Productions has delayed its annual spring variety show Wish You Were Here to December, but you can still get to know Donna Lehr, a performer, executive board member and treasurer with the nonprofit performing arts organization. Peggy: How long have you been part of the Vaud-Villities organization?Donna: I started performing with Vaud-Villities […]

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Ohio Creative Community ‘Devastated’ by Economic Impact of COVID-19

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Ohio Creative Community ‘Devastated’ by Economic Impact of COVID-19

Ohio Citizens for the Arts and Arts Cleveland have released findings from two online surveys inquiring about the economic impacts felt by Ohio’s arts and creative community due to COVID-19. After being online for one week, the surveys offer just a glimpse of the economic implications experienced now, and are only the beginning of what […]

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Art Review: Stanya Kahn – No Go Backs

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: Stanya Kahn – No Go Backs

Galleries and museums are closed; here in Columbus, across the country and around the world. They have become yet another entry on the ever-growing list of things we can’t do and places we can’t go. That’s a good thing in its heartbreaking way, as it’s clear now that we shouldn’t be gathering or interacting. We […]

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CCAD Switches to Virtual Events for Art Fair, Chroma & More

Susan Post Susan Post CCAD Switches to Virtual Events for Art Fair, Chroma & More

Spring normally brings a flurry of events for the Columbus College of Art & Design, from the semi-annual Art Fair to the Senior Fashion Show and Commencement. Things will look a bit different this year as events are cancelled and moved to virtual formats in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. “All of us at CCAD […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents CoMo Dance Director Laura Puscas

Kelsey Morozow Burbrink Kelsey Morozow Burbrink Columbus Makes Art Presents CoMo Dance Director Laura Puscas

Laura Puscas is the co-founder of the Columbus Modern (CoMo) Dance Company and is artistic and executive director for CoMo’s eighth season. Laura joins board president Kelsey Morozow Burbrink to answer some questions about teaching CoMo’s Adult Modern Dance Classes. Kelsey: When did you start teaching for CoMo?Laura: CoMo has been offering adult modern classes […]

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