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Wild Goose Creative Closes SoHud Space

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Wild Goose Creative Closes SoHud Space

Wild Goose Creative has announced that they will no longer be occupying their founding space at 2491 Summit St. due to COVID-19. However, their planned expansion to Franklinton will continue. Near the end of 2019, Wild Goose Creative’s board and community came together to raise funds to support their expansion to a newly-renovated space in […]

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Aminah Robinson Artist Residency Unveiled

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Aminah Robinson Artist Residency Unveiled

Earlier this year, it was announced that the East Side home of the late Columbus artist Aminah Robinson would be transformed into an artist residency space. On Friday, July 31, that space was finally unveiled in a virtual housewarming and ribbon cutting hosted by the Columbus Museum of Art. It was announced in April that […]

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Experience Fireflies on the Water at Toledo Museum of Art

Anne Evans Anne Evans Experience Fireflies on the Water at Toledo Museum of Art

Even though so many things have gone virtual to accommodate for COVID-19, virtual experiences often do not compare to live ones when it comes to art. Some art just has to be seen. Yayoi Kusama’s Fireflies on the Water is one of those experiences best seen in person. Currently, you can view Fireflies on the […]

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What? Music and Arts Festival 2020 – CANCELLED

  What? Music and Arts Festival 2020 – CANCELLED

This has been cancelled. What? Music And Arts Festival returns for its third annual event series Friday, July 31 – Sunday, August 2, 2020 in the Franklinton arts community. What? Music and Arts Festival 2020 will feature live art, art galleries, art installations, interactive experiences, holistic health and wellness activities, educational workshops, and food and […]

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Design for New Downtown Riverfront Park Approved

Brent Warren Brent Warren Design for New Downtown Riverfront Park Approved

A new three-acre Downtown riverfront park got a final stamp of approval from the Downtown Commission this morning. The park is designed to complement a bike and pedestrian bridge – already approved by the commission – which will connect the Olentangy Trail to the western terminus of Nationwide Boulevard, where a new soccer stadium is […]

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GCAC Opens Community Gallery at Long Street Office

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman GCAC Opens Community Gallery at Long Street Office

The Greater Columbus Arts Council has announced the official opening of its new office to the public at 182 E. Long St. with an inaugural exhibition. The exhibition will be on display in the council’s community meeting room and gallery, a space that will continue to be dedicated to featuring work by artists from historically […]

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Art Commissioners Reflect on Statue Removal, Flag Redesign & More

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Art Commissioners Reflect on Statue Removal, Flag Redesign & More

On Wednesday, July 1, the removal of the Christopher Columbus statue located at City Hall began, as requested by Mayor Andrew Ginther and agreed upon by the Columbus Art Commission, whose members are charged with approving the altering or removal of the city’s public art, among other responsibilities. The seven-person body motioned to move forward […]

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