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Theater Review – Jerry’s Girls

Chris Sunami Chris Sunami

The Columbus Dispatch wrote Theater Review | Jerry’s Girls Wednesday, October 17, 2007 By Michael Grossberg Jerry Herman’s tuneful shows demand not only good singing but also lots of charm and pizazz. For a simple revue such as Jerry’s Girls, those elements make all the difference. Gallery Players opened its season Saturday at the Jewish […]

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GCAC to Host Roundtables with Local Artists

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Press Release wrote GCAC TO HOST ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS WITH LOCAL ARTISTS Columbus, Ohio – The Greater Columbus Arts Council invites local artists to participate in a series of discussions about their needs for success, and how GCAC can better play a role in helping them reach their goals. GCAC will host four Artist Roundtable discussions […]


Mahan Gallery Re-Opens in New Location on Nov 3rd


Mahan Gallery Re-Opens in New Location with Derek Hess Exhibition Showdates: November 3 – 28, 2007 Opening Night Reception/Gallery Hop, Saturday, November 3, 2007 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. Columbus, Ohio – On November 3, 2007, the Mahan Gallery re-opens its doors in its new, expanded location at 717 North High Street in the heart of […]


Agora attracts wide range of artists, patrons

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The Columbus Dispatch wrote Agora gathering attracts wide range of artists, patrons Monday, October 15, 2007 By Kevin Joy The weekend gathering, dubbed Agora III, marked the third such event staged by the Couchfire Collective — a 16-member network of artists formed last year to promote and engage the creative community. The organization hopes that […]


GCAC Public Forum


I was at the GCAC Public Forum last Friday. I heard the Mayor and Councilman Boyce speak, and I did a little speaking myself, which the Mayor didn’t like so much. The Mayor and Councilman Boyce spoke about stabilizing the large arts orgs and bringing orgs all all shapes and sizes together to be at […]


MadLab’s "Flow" too weird for a wide audience

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The Columbus Dispatch wrote Pill-popping production too jagged to swallow Saturday, October 13, 2007 By Michael Grossberg Just say whoa to Flow, MadLab Theatre’s scattershot and surreal anti-drug play. While the production offers a few moments of whimsy amid the insanity of pill-popping, it’s just too weird for a wide audience. With jarring styles and […]

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GCAC Releases Artspace Report for Columbus Project

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Press Release wrote GCAC Releases Artspace Final Report that cites Columbus as a Possibility for a Project Columbus, Ohio – Artspace, nationally recognized organization dedicated to creating affordable arts spaces, wants to start a project in Columbus. In a report released today by the Greater Columbus Arts Council, Artspace says, “Columbus impresses us as a […]


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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!