The Big Table is a day of community building through conversations, and we think few things accomplish this like public art. Public art enriches communities, ignites imagination, and sparks thoughtful debate. And behind every mural, sculpture, and garden is an artist and their story — we’d like to help share those stories.
For public art to thrive and for Columbus to continue being a great art city, all of us — artists, consumers, and businesses — need to join together to be good stewards of this craft.
At The Big Table: Commercial Use of Public Art, we will discuss the importance of public art, hear stories from local artists, and share ways for consumers and businesses to engage with public art in thoughtful, meaningful, and sustainable ways. This event is perfect for anyone who envisions public art as part of the future of Columbus.
This conversation is hosted by Franklinton Arts District, 400 West Rich, Wild Goose Creative and 934 Gallery.
Doors open at 6 p.m., conversation begins at 6:30 p.m.
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