Blessed. Warrior. Loved. Powerful. These are some of the affirmations shown on a screen printed graphic tee shirt, now available at Lane Bryant. The clothing company worked with Columbus artist April Sunami to feature her positive messages of the power of women. Wearing this shirt will “put your love of art and diversity on display.” […]
Michelle Batt is a director, actor and educator. For roughly the past 25 years, she went from community theater to 15 years at MadLab to co-founding eMBer Women’s Theatre in 2016 and being a contributing artist/member of Actors’ Theatre of Columbus since 2017. Her resume includes mostly directing for the past 15 years, but you […]
Columbus Makes Art Presents Paisha Thomas on Staying Creative During COVID and Taking Inspiration from Local Artists
While the 2020 Columbus Arts Festival has been canceled, you can still support local artists during the Columbus Arts Festival in Place, June 12-14. Paisha Thomas was slated to perform on the Big Local Music Stage this year, but you can still hear and see her work at paishathomas.com and on the Big Local Music […]
Can’t Stop Cbus, local artists and community organizations have come together to launch the Arts Hub, an online resource for Netflix alternatives, Zoom backgrounds, masks and inspirational art for those working on the frontline. It represents a number of arts initiatives the community group, which was created as a resource amid the COVID-19 pandemic, has […]
Updated 5/13/2020: This article will continue to be updated regularly to include additional opportunities and resources for artists affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Note, also, that funds are quickly being exhausted due to this rapidly evolving situation, and the status of any fund can change before this article is updated. The following are national and a […]
Many of the spaces where we’re used to seeing Columbus artists and their work have transitioned online, as arts organizations and institutes take measures to limit the spread of the new coronavirus while also doing the best they can to continue supporting the arts amid the pandemic. Among those institutions is the Columbus College of […]
“Found Again,” a juried exhibition, features 30 contemporary art quilts by artists from across the country, including 7 artists from central Ohio, including Shelley Baird, Rebecca Dickson, Vivian Milholen, Frauke Palmer, Ann Rebele, Judith Rush and Judith Vierow.