Our City Online

Art

A look at local artists, galleries, performance events, exhibition reviews, and everything in between.

Columbus Makes Art Presents: Artist Kathryn Seyerle Debuts Solo Exhibition at 934 Gallery

Liz Martin Liz Martin Columbus Makes Art Presents: Artist Kathryn Seyerle Debuts Solo Exhibition at 934 Gallery

Multidisciplinary artist Kathryn Seyerle is having her first solo show, Therefore I Am, in 934 Gallery’s February exhibition Where You Come From. Kathryn Seyerle grew up in Indiana and Kentucky and lived in the Pacific Northwest for almost seven years before moving to Columbus in April 2013. She received a BFA in book arts from […]

No Comments

John Waters Brings Transgressive Art to the Wex

Hope Madden Hope Madden John Waters Brings Transgressive Art to the Wex

If you think John Waters’ drive to celebrate filth and confront the status quo could be contained within cinema, the Wexner Center for the Arts has a treat for you. John Waters: Indecent Exposure — an exhibition of more than 160 photographs, sculptures, sound works and moving image pieces — opens at the Wex on Feb. […]

No Comments

City Ticket Taxes Face Legal Opposition

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega City Ticket Taxes Face Legal Opposition

The two funding streams created by Columbus City Council to support the Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC) as well as Nationwide Arena and other publicly funded facilities are under legal attack.  The 1851 Center for Constitutional Law, based in Columbus, is circulating a petition to put a charter amendment on the November ballot that would […]

No Comments

GCAC Selects Local, International Exchange Artists for Residency Program

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman GCAC Selects Local, International Exchange Artists for Residency Program

The Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC) has selected artists for its new “Space & Time” residency program, including two German artists and 10 local residency participants selected from Cart Pushers Studio Residency. The German artists were selected as part of the council’s annual international artist exchange, a partnership started in the mid-’90s where artists in […]

No Comments

Columbus Makes Art Presents Jewelry Artist Hannah Hoffman

Kim Nagorski Kim Nagorski Columbus Makes Art Presents Jewelry Artist Hannah Hoffman

Over 150 artists will be selling their handcrafted work at Ohio Designer Craftsmen’s 25th-annual Art Studio Clearance Sale. Several local artists will be on hand, including Columbus jewelry artist Hannah Hoffman, who has been participating in the sale for several years. We talked to Hannah about her art prior to the opening of the Clearance […]

No Comments

Art Review: When Attitudes Become Chairs at Pizzuti Collection

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: When Attitudes Become Chairs at Pizzuti Collection

“A chair is a very difficult object. A skyscraper is almost easier. That is why Chippendale is famous.”– Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Time Magazine, Feb. 18, 1957 Given that Mies van der Rohe had a fair amount of success as both an architect and designer, we’d do well to defer to his dictum in […]

No Comments

CCAD Begins Celebration of its 140th Year

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman CCAD Begins Celebration of its 140th Year

From Jan. 3-25, the Columbus College of Art & Design (CCAD) is running “140 Years of Creative Excellence,” a survey show highlighting the school’s student exhibitions over the years. On view are student exhibition posters, flyers, catalogs, and other archival materials from over the years. A reception takes place Tuesday, Jan. 15, and will double […]

No Comments

art categories

Subscribe below: