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Columbus Symphony: Could it really die?

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The Dispatch wrote Columbus Symphony: Could it really die? Friday, March 14, 2008 BY MICHAEL GROSSBERG Nearly broke and still short of solutions, the Columbus Symphony could fold as early as next month, the president of the symphony board says. Although efforts to save central Ohio’s largest arts organization continue behind the scenes, Robert “Buzz” […]

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Pulp Art Exhibit at the Columbus Metro Library

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The Dispatch wrote Paper chase Thursday, March 13, 2008 BY BILL MAYR Try this formula for artistic success: Take paper, add a dollop of creativity and season the effort with wryness or an emotion that fits the mood. For one set of results, visit “Pulp Art” — an exhibit of works on paper organized by […]

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Picture this: All works cost $100 at C-Note Show

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The Dispatch wrote Picture this: All works cost $100 Saturday, March 8, 2008 BY JEFFREY SHEBAN See art. C-note. Buy art. That’s the theme of an innovative art show tonight in Grandview Heights, where each of the 500 works by 150 artists will sell for one price — $100. Columbus artist and sale organizer Ashley […]

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C-Note Art Show offers original artwork for $100

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The Lantern wrote C-Note Art Show offers original artwork for $100 Whitney Miller Issue date: 2/28/08 Original artwork can cost thousands of dollars and college students who crave art often don’t have that kind of cash. C-Note Art Show is the answer for art-hungry students who want to get their hands on local original pieces. […]

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Vote Columbus as favorite for contemporary art

 

American Style Magazine wrote Voting going on now for Your Favorite U.S. Cities for Contemporary Art You can win a FREE trip from AmericanStyle magazine. All ballots received by January 31, 2008 will be entered to win a $500 airline travel certificate. (Odds of winning are based on number of contestants. Prize winners are drawn […]

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The Columbus Public Art Scene

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ColumbusHomesBlog wrote The Columbus Public Art Scene January 21st, 2008 About a month ago the Dispatch ran an article which I can’t find now about how the city really doesn’t have any sort of catalog regarding our public art pieces and locations. For close to a year now, I’ve had a flickr page attempting to […]

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Columbus Symphony Orchestra on the brink?

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The Dispatch wrote Symphony on the brink? Musicians shocked by proposed job cuts Friday, January 18, 2008 BY MICHAEL GROSSBERG Leaders of the financially troubled Columbus Symphony are proposing dramatic cuts in the number of full-time musicians and the number of weeks the musicians perform. The restructuring plan is designed to get the symphony on […]

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