For the better part of the past decade, Junctionview Studios has stood at the center of the Columbus creative community. While the familiar warehouse-turned-art-studios type of venue has been done before, two important things set Junctionview apart from many others. First was its community of artists willing to open their arms beyond their own circles […]
From The Other Paper: Bikes: What’s there to fight about? By Lyndsey Teter The story begins in 1991, when the Central Ohio Biking Advocacy Coalition was formed. It worked behind the scenes—maybe a little too behind the scenes—to advocate for cyclists. Jump ahead to 2007, when cyclists Meredith Joy and her boyfriend, Mike Reed, initially […]
Press Release from GCAC: GCAC Annouces Winners of Individual Community Arts Partnership Awards Philanthropist Anne Melvin, educator Judy Shafer and artist and Junctionview Studios member Mike Reed will receive awards for their support of the arts at the Greater Columbus Arts Council’s Community Arts Partnership awards, GCAC announced today.
The Dispatch wrote Students pitch ways to better city Tuesday, December 9, 2008 BY ELIZABETH GIBSON Parking spots reserved for fuel-efficient cars, a text-messaging system that would tell riders when their bus should arrive and a sandy public beach on the banks of the Scioto River. None of these exist, but Ohio State University urban-planning […]
The Alive wrote Alive People to Watch By Brian Lindamood July 17, 2008 If the young professional scene in Columbus has a mantra, it’s “attract and retain.” Mayor Michael Coleman, the Columbus Chamber and a slew of groups and agencies Ã¯Â¿Â½ both officially and unofficially Ã¯Â¿Â½ are working to show the world that this is […]
The Dispatch wrote Event to focus on creative careers Sunday, April 20, 2008 BY JEFFREY SHEBAN Attracting young arts professionals to Columbus and building the city’s creative economy will be topics at a symposium sponsored by Ohio State University. The 2008 Barnett Symposium, starting at 9 a.m. Friday and open to the public, also will […]
CBUS Magazine wrote Agora Strengthens BY JIM KOCH | PHOTOS BY BRANDON PRESZ Columbus is the indie art capital of the world. No, really—it is. Our city is claiming its own title. If it sounds ambitious, stop by Junctionview Studios on April 19th, when Couchfire Collective presents its next Agora. Mike Reed, another one of […]