What’s new at Blockfort? We checked in with local artist Adam Brouillette to talk about the local arts scene in Columbus. Check out the video below, and don’t forget to subscribe via YouTube for mode video updates!
An important element of Breck Trek for us is to make a positive impact & leave behind some goodness (along with memories of good times). So we’re partnering with Ronald McDonald House Charities on Central Ohio to conduct a raffle at Park St. Tavern. Come on over, grab a beer or two, and check out […]
7:00 p.m. 16-Bit Bar + Arcade (254 S 4th St.) 8:00 p.m. The Walrus (143 E. Main St.) Join the Breck Trek crew for beers, VR mountain views, and a first look at our collab work with Columbus artist Adam Brouillette! We’ll start at 16-bit and work our way to Walrus. See you there! Ticket […]
This year’s Independents’ Day Festival will be the tenth and final, but it’s not the end of the mission from the team behind it. What started as a small celebration in Downtown Columbus, and morphed into a two-day arts, music and food festival in Franklinton, will carry on in another form, possibly even a few. […]
Local artists have officially begun working out of new Downtown studio space Blockfort, located at 162 N. Sixth St. in the Discovery District. The new facility includes a collection of private studios, two galleries for exhibitions, and a shared office space in the basement for creative entrepreneurs. CLICK HERE to read more about Blockfort today […]
How do you build a community around what you’re passionate about? This week, Adam Brouillette sat down to discuss Blockfort, the new gallery and studio space Downtown, and why he thinks Columbus is the best city for doers. Shownotes for this episode Follow the Confluence Cast: Web | iTunes | Facebook | Twitter
When a group of people that are dedicated to making Columbus awesome get together, you get a festival with more than just beers and bands. Independents’ Day, coming up September 17 and 18 in Franklinton, puts the creative spirit of Columbus on display. Organizers Adam Brouillette and Patrick Locy talk about the festival’s origins, evolution, and why they do it. […]