Some of classical music’s most-revered composers were quite eccentric. How would they fare in the 21st century?
Pecha Kucha Columbus was formed in 2007, and it thrives on creating multi-sensory experiences that highlight local art, food, music and passion. During each event, a group of speakers follows the international Pecha Kucha format of showing 20 images and speaking about each image for 20 seconds.
Animator Shamus Culhane’s hid his work in abstract expressionism in frames of Woody Woodpecker cartoons he created.
Catherine Bell Smith, a self-proclaimed and her daughter, Claire E. Smith’s Rural Routes Exhibition inspired by driving back and forth between Columbus and Cleveland, route 71.
Local artists and supporters of Wonderland gathered to ‘Float’ ideas at Franklin Park Conservatory.
Liberian fashion designer Korto Momolu recently showcased some of her designs with Amani Liberia, to help African women help themselves.
‘Shared Intelligence’ is an exhibition at the Columbus Museum of Art that explores the dynamic ways visual artists have been inspired by and used photographic art.
The works of Ohio artists are on display at Riffe Gallery for “Here’s Looking at You: Portraits in Ohio,” an exhibit that focuses on portraits.
Youâ€™d think that in the 99 years since it was created, someone would have figured out which side of the painting is the top. A look at ‘Movement No. 1′, a painting by Authur G. Dove that’s part of the Columbus Museum of Artâ€™s permanent collection.
Photographer Debbie Rosenfeld finds the details of Columbus, her adopted home, rich and beautiful, whether it be a manhole cover or the brick streets of the Brewery District.
Slow Art: remembering the career of photographer Laura Gilpin.