Nautia follows the story of a young girl living at the bottom of the sea as she dreams of what lies beyond the surface of the water. Created by a team of animation students at CCAD, we’ll chat with some of the student animators who helped bring this tale to shore.
Winter will be here before we know it, and we’ll be bringing out our bulky sweaters and warm blankets to help ward off the icy temps. For Barbara Schlagbaum of Westerville, she infuses a dash of the tropics into her handmade quilts as a visual reminder of the warm days that will return.
Muskingum University art professor Yan Sun is supporting the art scene in Zanesville. His books and research papers are cited in publications, while his paintings have been acquired in museums and galleries across the country. He recently hosted a delegation of distinguished Chinese artists who gave lessons on ink-wash painting on rice paper.
Charlotte Belland, who teaches computer animation at CCAD, was invited this summer to install works of miniature art at S.Dot Gallery – a dollhouse-sized art gallery featuring monthly exhibits curated by Columbus artist Stephanie Rond. But when Charlotte installed her tiny, 3-D printed zebras, the place turned into a zoo.
Celeste Malvar-Stewart is a Columbus-based couture fashion designer who works solely with sustainable items. She creates her fabric with wool and dyes her fiber with plant-based products. Her recent collection, Local Sound, threads together her love of her adopted city, her eco-conscious sensibility and her spirit of collaboration.
Us is Them is an exhibition of 75 works of art from a group of international artists whose work confronts issues of politics, religion and racism. Reflecting timely and potent issues of social justice and current affairs, the pieces aim to inspire reflection and raise awareness about the things that connect us, rather than separate us.
Since 2006, Larry Smith has been encouraging people share moving and insightful stories in just six words. He recently launched “Six in the City” as a tool to promote civic engagement. He recently hosted a meet-up at Katzinger’s Deli in German Village, where deli owner Diane Warren shared her six-word memoir: “Miami deli made me do it.”
From The Ohio State University – University Communications Parking booths don’t usually turn heads. But some new playful ticket booths in downtown Columbus have gotten an artful makeover. It’s all part of a public art project that transforms mundane structures and challenges others to think of new uses for everyday spaces.
On Sept. 2, 1925, the U.S. Navy sent the USS Shenandoah was traveling across Noble County, Ohio, a violent storm sent it crashing to the ground, killing 14 of its 43 crew members. Ohio history curator Cliff Eckle shows us some artifacts from the crash site.
The new wing at the Columbus Museum of Art opened last month. We’ll take you inside the Margaret M. Walter Wing (adding 50,000 square feet) and its two new exhibits: Imperfections by Chance features contemporary works by mid-century artist Paul Feely and Keeping Pace focuses on the impact gallerist Eva Glimcher had on the Columbus arts community.