The practice of art is often something akin to devotion. It can be all-consuming; the focus of your entire life. In Paula Hayes’ delicate and beautiful terrariums on display at the Wexner Center, it is clear to see that what she is devoted to are plants.
Homeless who sell the Korean edition of The Big Issue get more than just a paycheck: they get exercise, relaxation and beauty in the form of free ballet classes.
Greg Phelps is passionate about Art Cars and has now been crafting them for over a decade.
MATH AND DANCE HEART EACH OTHER?
You wouldn’t normally think that complex math and contemporary dance go together. However, choreographer CoCo Loupe and OSU math student Robin Baiyda combine their powers to create an innovative, interactive, and incomparable event.
At the Columbus Comedy Festival (2) you can expect to see sketch comedy, stand-up, comedic videos, improv, and grab some food truck food love starting at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
This single-screen theater has been a landmark in the community for over 70 years. Through multiple names and owners, Studio 35 has thoroughly ingrained itself in the hearts of movie goers and those that call Clintonville home.
You’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 Art’s permanent collection.
I had never been to the Columbus Arts festival before, and I had a great time just wandering and enjoying the sights and smells. One artist that caught my attention right away was Bill Secunda of Butler, PA. It’s hard to miss his display of giant animals made entirely of nails.