In art we can be anything we want ... We can paint our skin blue, tie wings to our feet and reach for the sun.
In art we can be anything we want, we can portray ourselves as heroes or villains, the main character or supporting cast, the vindicated rouge or retiring sage.
A messy heap of arts and crafts for a kids class at OSU Urban Arts Space.
What it is about being messy that is so fun? Itâ€™s giving oneself permission to play, to free associate our internal life in symbols and structure. Itâ€™s a pleasing balance between destruction and construction.
(James Thurber's Typewriter.) ArtZine producer Cindy Gaillard sits down to 52 weeks of dedicated writing about why art matters.
Have you ever really sat down and pondered how art matters to you personally on a day-to-day basis? Have you found ways to experience art in ways that have no other purpose than to make you feel good?
Columbus Museum of Art takes back its remade historic space at 480 East Broad Street in Columbus, Ohio following the New Year in 2011.
Get a sneak peek at the newly renovated Columbus Museum of Art with Executive Director Nannette Maciejunes.
A crew works on the renovations at Columbus Museum of Art before its reopening, scheduled for the beginning of 2011.
WOSU’s Christopher Purdy and CMA Executive Director Nannette Maciejunes talk about the renovation of the Columbus Museum of Art.
Museo Nacional de Belles Artes.
Nanette Maciejunes had the wonderful opportunity to travel to Santiago, Chile
OSU Urban Arts Space presents 'Marotto Hour-Rocoo Di Pietro.'
Rocco Di Pietro presents his piece ‘Body Trap’ at the OSU Urban Arts Space. The piece explores the interconnections between music and physical healing, featuring acupuncturist Dr. Linda Chun along with an ensemble of live musicians.