In October, Glass Axis hosts its annual Pumpkin Patch glass art sale Oct. 7-9 in Franklinton. Emma Haase is one of the artists who will have items for sale, as well as one of the instructors for the public hands-on pumpkin making classes that will be offered during the event. Alex: What have you been […]
Franklinton is often touted as the next emerging arts district in Columbus, and this Friday, the neighborhood will get a little bit “artier” with the opening of Glass Axis. The nearly-thirty-year-old organization announced plans to relocate their facilities a year ago, and after a few days, their doors at 610 West Town Street are officially ready […]
Glass Axis is opening their doors at 610 West Town Street in Franklinton this weekend. For more information about the new facility, CLICK HERE to read our interview with Executive Director Rex Brown. For more information, visit www.glassaxis.org. All photos by Walker Evans.
Local nonprofit glass art studio Glass Axis announced via email on Friday that Rex Brown was named as the next Executive Director of the organization. “I am very excited and honored to have been selected,” said Brown in the release. “I will be working with the Board of Trustees managing the daily operations, the wonderful […]
When Glass Axis relocates to Franklinton this fall, they won’t be alone. The nonprofit will be bringing Cafe Brioso with them into their 12,500 square foot building at 610 West Town Street. “With the funding from The Columbus Foundation, we are able to bring Cafe Brioso not only into our facility, but into that neighborhood, […]
Franklinton can add another feather in its cap as the city’s new arts district with today’s announcement that Glass Axis will be relocating to the area in October. The organization will make its new home in a 12,500 square foot warehouse located at 610 West Town Street, not far from the new Columbus Idea Foundry, […]
When it comes to time to talk about running an arts organization, the current buzzwords are ‘partnerships’ and ‘collaborations.’ With the economy as it is how else can we survive without working together and building community? Here at Glass Axis, a 10,000 sq. ft. non-profit glass arts space, we take community seriously and have spent […]