Top 10 Arts & Culture Institutions in Columbus of 2016
Columbus is a city with a solid (and growing) list of arts and culture institutions that includes a range of museums, art collections and other cultural hubs. And for the third year in a row, our readers and contributors have selected the Columbus Museum of Art as the number one space in the city to connect with the arts. The CMA completed a major renovation project toward the end of 2015, making 2016 its first full year in its new skin. This year included several new exhibitions large and small, featuring work from Pablo Picasso and Melvin Edwards. And don’t forget to stop by the Schokko Art Cafe, which CU food critic Miriam Bowers Abbott turned in an official writeup on earlier this year.
For more information, visit www.columbusmuseum.org.
The Top 10 Columbus Arts & Culture Institutions of 2016:
- Columbus Museum of Art
- Wexner Center for the Arts
- 400 West Rich Street
- Gateway Film Center
- Franklin Park Conservatory
- Columbus Main Library
- The Pizzuti Collection
- Ohio History Connection
- Ohio Theatre
Flashback: Best Arts & Culture Institution of 2015: Columbus Museum of Art
Flashback: Best Arts & Culture Institution of 2014: Columbus Museum of Art
Flashback: Best Arts & Culture Institution of 2013: The Wexner Center
Note: Our “Best of 2016″ lists are published as the combined results of our annual Reader Nomination Survey and Editor’s Choice picks.