Last week, at the Carl Nielsen International Flute Competition on Odense, Denmark, flutist Yuki Ota kept her composure while a butterfly alighted on her forehead in the middle of her performance at the event.
Eleven-year-old photographer Ashton Bushby talks about her images and the excitement about being named a 2013 Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC) Emerging Artist. Her work will be on display at the 2013 Columbus Arts Festival this June.
Scott Pasfield’s “Gay in America’” honored in many book award lists for 2012.
Looking through the lenses of science, history, and personal experiences, a new exhibit at COSI gives you all the information you need to question your own assumptions about race. ArtZine goes behind the scenes to talk with photographer Wing Young Huie, and local high school students that have their own views on the subject.
Photographer Scott Pasfield’s intimate portraits of gay men from across the United States speak volumes on more than just sexual identity.
An expansive photography exhibition from the United Kingdom aims to change the way people see Down Syndrome.
Emmy and Tony award-winner Cyma Rubinâ€™s thought-provoking exhibit, The American Soldier: A Photographic Tribute From the Civil War To Iraq, illustrates the patriotic determination of those who serve in combat as well as the photographers who risk their lives to acquire these fascinating photographs.
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.
‘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.
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.