Honing any craft takes practice. That’s the philosophy of educator, illustrator, and animator Charlotte Belland. In this week’s episode, she discusses her background, her role at the Columbus College of Art & Design, how Columbus gives to its artists, and the importance of forming habits and showing up. Shownotes for this episode This Confluence Cast episode […]
A few times a week at the corner of Broad and High Streets, Terrance Charles Farmer plays his saxophone for Downtown passersby. Originally Farmer came out to make some extra money during the week, since his gigs for corporate events, weddings and local bands mostly take place during the weekend. The reception from people Downtown […]
In early May 2019, a long forgotten building in the historic King-Lincoln Bronzeville neighborhood was demolished without warning. Adorning the building were four large murals depicting iconic black women by the late artist Jeff Abraxas, best known for his mural work around the neighborhood. In the foyer of Streetlight Guild — the venue project by […]
Who should we have at the table when trying to address the challenges and opportunities in Columbus? Storyteller and filmmaker Donte Woods-Spikes talks about that, being a young black man in Columbus, and how he tries to show the importance of being present with family and friends in his work. Shownotes for this episode This […]
The 38th annual Pride Festival took place Downtown this weekend, which included the annual parade on High Street. Thousands gathered as floats, marchers and entertainers paraded between the Short North and Downtown Columbus. — Editor’s Note by Walker Evans. For more information, visit www.columbuspride.org/parade/. All photos by Matt Ellis.
Piper Perabo was always a feminist, she says, but it was only within the last few years that her feminism became active and intersectional. As a white woman with a suburban childhood, a college education, and a massive platform as an actress (Coyote Ugly, Lost and Delirious, Cheaper by the Dozen), Perabo admits to possessing […]
Angela Meleca has announced the closure of Angela Meleca Gallery, stemming from a new role with community-service driven nonprofit Besa. Meleca will be joining the team at Besa as Director of Advancement, focusing on relationship building and fundraising. Besa is an award-winning organization that connects individuals and businesses with community service projects, previously partnering with […]