Columbus Open Studio & Stage (COSS) is a two-day event that provides an opportunity to visit Columbus artists in their studios through a self-guided tour and to attend scheduled tours behind-the-scenes at Columbus’ performing arts venues.
What better way to start summer 2017 than to be inspired by TEDxYearlingRoad's thought-provoking lineup of speakers right in the heart of Whitehall. Get here early, network with other thinkers and doers, and take in an evening of inspiring and interesting topics.
Columbus Open Studio & Stage (COSS) seeks to expand the art and performance audience within the City of Columbus. This two-day event will deepen the relationship between creative and appreciator. Creatives will demonstrate methods and share their process from idea to completion.
This summer Shadowbox live presents Gallery of Echoes: The Columbus Public Art Project, a celebration of the Greater Columbus art community. The second installment of this critically acclaimed series reinterprets 20 original works by Columbus-based artists through a metamedia collision of original music, dance, spoken word, and larger-than-life videography.
Ohio Art League is pleased to partner with The Ohio State University Urban Art Space's exceptional gallery and exhibition team. Urban Arts Space is an exhibition and non-traditional performance space located in the heart of downtown Columbus.
Ohio Art League X Space Gallery is pleased to present Perceptions, Reflections on Black Lives: A Group Exhibition curated by David Michael Butler. Butler has selected from a collective of nationally and locally known artists who present dynamic and compelling works from abstraction, to digital, to conceptual, to representational for a group show on the role of visual art in the social justice movement. The artists featured include Jelise Roberts, David Brame, Richard Duarte Brown, Gaye Reissland, and David Michael Butler.