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Cuban Forever at the Pizzuti Collection

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Cuban Forever at the Pizzuti Collection

2014 is quickly establishing itself as a banner year for multicultural perspectives within our central Ohio museums and galleries. The Wexner Center’s mammoth Via Brasil initiative is scheduled to culminate this year with an upcoming series of films, performances, and the exhibition Cruzamentos: Contemporary Art in Brazil. Meanwhile, the Ohio Craft Museum is preparing for […]

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GCAC Presents: You’re Overdue for a Visit to the Carnegie Gallery

 Chuck Cody GCAC Presents: You’re Overdue for a Visit to the Carnegie Gallery

Since opening in 1907, the Columbus Metropolitan Library’s Main Library has operated like most libraries -housing and lending books, providing reference services, and, more recently, giving access to the internet computing, among other services. Many people may not be aware of the building’s history as a home to art exhibits. For example, George Bellows, the […]

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Teasers: Selected works from the Pizzuti Collection by Women Artists

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Teasers: Selected works from the Pizzuti Collection by Women Artists

The Pizzuti Companies are building a boutique hotel in the Short North. There’s going to be office space, retail space, and a parking garage too. This isn’t exactly news. The project has been winding its way through commissions and boards for years. It’s all part of what might charitably be referred to as “the approval […]

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Artist Aurora Robson’s largest exhibition coming to Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

Anne Evans Anne Evans Artist Aurora Robson’s largest exhibition coming to Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

It continues to baffle me that one can still find plastic bottles and other litter alongside our roadways and waterways. Groups like Friends of the Lower Olentangy Watershed (FLOW) and Keep Columbus Beautiful regularly schedule cleanups to beautify areas of the city. FLOW has been saving the plastic water bottles found in their last few […]

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GCAC Presents: The Butterflies Return to Franklin Park Conservatory

 Alana Manwaring GCAC Presents: The Butterflies Return to Franklin Park Conservatory

Oh, the butterfly. The tiny winged creature that has infiltrated our culture, bejeweled our hair in the late 90’s, and occupied the ankles of young women for generations. Their delicate nature has inspired teen girls to doodle until their hearts are content and dads to swoon over their dainty kisses. The symbol of new life […]

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See some of Columbus’ best landmarks reimagined in garden settings

Anne Evans Anne Evans See some of Columbus’ best landmarks reimagined in garden settings

What better way to spend a blustery and cold February day than walking through gorgeous gardens while dreaming of spring. For this year’s Central Ohio Home & Garden Show and to celebrate our Bicentennial, members of the Columbus Landscape Association imagined new garden themes for eleven of our city’s greatest icons and landmarks. For me, […]

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GCAC Presents: VSA Ohio at the intersection of art and disability

 Noelle Chun GCAC Presents: VSA Ohio at the intersection of art and disability

Since its founding in 1986, VSA Ohio has evolved to become a community that helps inspired artists connect with their passions. Bridging arts and disability, their programs and services focus on providing equal opportunity, full participation, independent living, and economic self-sufficiency—all hallmarks of the milestone Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) legislation. In the past, VSA […]

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