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The Gallery at the Gateway Film Center Opens in January

Walker Evans Walker Evans The Gallery at the Gateway Film Center Opens in January

As reported last week, the Gateway Film Center is in the process of converting into a nonprofit entity. One of the facets of that conversion is a more robust focus on providing an arts experience for patrons that goes beyond the standard film fare. Enter: The Gallery at the Gateway, a new movie-themed art gallery […]

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Preview: The Art of Lustron

Anne Evans Anne Evans Preview: The Art of Lustron

Lustrons are an intriguing home, and an important part of Columbus history. Conceptualized and manufactured in the late 1940s, the Lustron was developed to help solve the housing crisis brought on by World War II veterans returning home. The mid-century design, built of prefabricated enameled steel panels, was a cheaper option for many. However, production […]

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GCAC Presents: You’re Overdue for a Visit to the Carnegie Gallery

 Chuck Cody GCAC Presents: You’re Overdue for a Visit to the Carnegie Gallery

Since opening in 1907, the Columbus Metropolitan Library’s Main Library has operated like most libraries -housing and lending books, providing reference services, and, more recently, giving access to the internet computing, among other services. Many people may not be aware of the building’s history as a home to art exhibits. For example, George Bellows, the […]

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Review: Lynch/Stemen Art Show

 Doug Powhida

Art is easy. Take some stuff and rub it on some other stuff. Maybe add some yarn and burn one of the edges off. It’s art. Good job. Art shows are tough. You take your burnt cornered yarn thing and you put it out for the public to see and you hope that people understand […]

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Best Arts Show/Exhibition of 2012: Annie Leibovitz at the Wexner Center

Walker Evans Walker Evans Best Arts Show/Exhibition of 2012: Annie Leibovitz at the Wexner Center

On any given weekend, there are many arts exhibitions and shows worth taking in. Ranging from small boutique galleries to larger museum-like spaces, there’s plenty to be found to view and enjoy. When we polled our readers on their favorite exhibition of the year, they chose what was probably the biggest and most significant one: […]

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The Buzz: 83 Gallery to Host Significant May Hop

 Halie Williams The Buzz: 83 Gallery to Host Significant May Hop

The time for Gallery Hop is approaching again and galleries around Columbus are preparing. But one gallery in particular is looking to raise the bar for the Columbus art scene. 83 Gallery is making their May Hop one of their most important shows yet. According to Mic Wesson, Communications Director and Co-Owner of the gallery, […]

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Pinchflat Combines Local Art and Bike Appreciation

 Halie Williams Pinchflat Combines Local Art and Bike Appreciation

Wild Goose Creative will host the second annual, Pinchflat Bicycle Poster Blowout Party on Saturday, May 5. Pinchflat features 34 different local artists, illustrators and designers, from Ohio, while also advocating bicycling in the community. “The prompt that we gave people was to celebrate bikes, or to celebrate bicycling, or to get people to think about […]

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