‘Of Giants and Men’ is a four-person indoor mural exhibition at Blockfort Gallery featuring nationally known mural artists David Tevenal, Scott Santee, Monster Steve, and Malt. Each artist has gained recognition as a large scale painter, though each artist has additional means of expression. Smaller works will accompany the larger pieces so that viewers can […]
OBLSK, a creative marketing agency made up of artists, designers, and inventors, will unveil a multi-sensory, interactive installation called “BRAIN” at Blockfort, 162 N. Sixth St., from March 7-31. For “BRAIN,” the group will use an EEG sensor, which attaches to the forehead and reads brain electrical activity, paired with a visual element to represent […]
What’s new at Blockfort? We checked in with local artist Adam Brouillette to talk about the local arts scene in Columbus. Check out the video below, and don’t forget to subscribe via YouTube for mode video updates!
Work by artists from three studios with similar missions — Open Door, Goodwill, and Art Outside the Lines — will center on community-themed works created by artists with developmental disabilities and other barriers. “All About Town” will explore Columbus, belonging, and what it looks like to be a part of a community. Claire Smith, a […]
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadBeing a working artist isn’t easy. Thankfully, there are plenty of folks in Columbus to show you the way. Muralist Adam Hernandez talks about how he found his way here, the importance of mentors, and being a “real” person in business. Shownotes for this episode This Confluence Cast episode […]
BLOCKFORT COLORCHART November 9th – December 9th Opening Reception, November 9th, 6-9pm Resident Blockfort artists are creating something in their own style that shows off what they normally do. The catch is that each piece is based on a color that will be blindly drawn in a lottery format. The works will then be hung […]
SOMETHING IN THE WOODS An art show glorifying the haunted hollows of the forest, the quiet, resilient inhabitants of forgotten thickets, and the bones and fur left behind by those that feed the forest floor. Something in the Woods invites artists to explore imagery of arcane forests and their ancient residents living and dead. This […]