Columbus’ premiere independent arts collective is hosting two can’t-miss events this weekend: The C-Note Art Sale and Available Light Theater’s first local showing of Killadelphia. The schedules work together perfectly so that you can get deals on art and a little healthy, organic local theater all in one night out.
UWeekly wrote The C-Note makes the most out of Mr. Franklin By Reyan Ali December 3, 2008 With a myriad of startling talents, both prominent and unknown, embedded within Columbus, the cityÃ¯Â¿Â½s art scene is growing well, and new exhibitions of local artists pop up frequently. However, prior to this past March, Columbus had […]
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 […]
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. […]