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Art Review: Opposite Shores – Eric Barth and Carol Snyder at the Keny Galleries

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: Opposite Shores – Eric Barth and Carol Snyder at the Keny Galleries

If this pandemic has offered us anything of benefit, it’s been ample time to consider our sense of place. For some this has come in the form of imagining the places they love while looking forward to the chance to return. For others, it’s meant being more attentive and attuned to those places they can […]

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Art Review: Climate Changing: On Artists, Institutions, and the Social Environment

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: Climate Changing: On Artists, Institutions, and the Social Environment

It’s fair to say that the current exhibition at the Wexner Center for the Arts is more focused on exploration than exposition; more inclined towards discovery than didactics. Given that Associate Curator Lucy Zimmerman has based the entirety of the exhibition on a series of expansive questions, this isn’t altogether surprising. Determining the purpose of […]

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Hilltop Art Hop

  Hilltop Art Hop

Please join us Saturday night, April 3rd from 6-9 pm for our opening reception for our April Featured Artists Mikee Huber and Rebecca Burdock. We will be celebrating their talents with a safely amended event including live music by Columbus Koto Ensemble. Come on out, support local art, and add your good vibes to the […]

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Interview: Carson Kressley on Discovering Your Own Eye for Art & Style

Grant Walters Grant Walters Interview: Carson Kressley on Discovering Your Own Eye for Art & Style

The renowned designer, stylist, author, and television host will headline the Columbus Museum of Art's 'Art in Bloom' Exhibition on April 23.

One of our city’s oldest cultural institutions, the Columbus Museum of Art enters its 143rd year in 2021, housing collections of American and European modern and contemporary pieces, in addition to a broad spectrum of folk, glass, and photographic art. On any given day, Columbus residents and visitors can see original works by Picasso, Degas, […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents Costume Designer Tabitha Abney

Sarah Bacha Sarah Bacha Columbus Makes Art Presents Costume Designer Tabitha Abney

Columbus costume designer Tabitha Abney, who started her creative career as an independent fashion designer, caught the costume design bug about seven years ago when she helped a friend create a specific coat for a lead actor. This spring, Tabitha is creating the costumes for CATCO’s upcoming production of Working: A Musical, which will be […]

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CCAD’s Strategic Plan Sets Collaboration, Inclusivity as Key Goals for Years to Come

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman CCAD’s Strategic Plan Sets Collaboration, Inclusivity as Key Goals for Years to Come

This month, the Columbus College of Art & Design launched The CCAD Way, a new strategic plan that sets a path for the college’s next six years. The plan was designed by CCAD’s Student Agency and launched by CCAD President Dr. Melanie Corn, the second during her tenure. It includes key objectives that focus on […]

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Large Mural Project Planned for Harrison West Tunnel

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Large Mural Project Planned for Harrison West Tunnel

The Harrison West Society has announced a multi-year project to improve the Olentangy Trail tunnel and the surrounding area, with a local artist at the helm of a large-scale mural at the site. Harrison West Arts President Annie Keener said an idea was floated to update the tunnel under State Route 315 on the Olentangy […]

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