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.
On this week’s episode: Destination Mansfield When Mansfield was established in 1808 as the seat of Richland County, the railroad soon followed. This led to tremendous growth in the late 19th century, as the town became a center of manufacturing and trade in the north-central Ohio region. It continued to prosper into the 20th century, [...]
Check out the new wings at the Columbus Museum of Art, some Columbus city structures get a playful makeover and six word memoirs at Katzinger’s Deli.
On this episode of Broad & High: Artists from Sunapple Studio transform the gallery into a gigantic game board with whimsical and colorful installations made out of their chosen enemy: plastic water bottles. Broad & High host Kate Manecke shows us an early 20th century clothes dryer made by W. E. Lamneck Company of Columbus. [...]
If you were a superhero, who would you be? And who ¬- or what – would be your nemesis? In the latest exhibit at the Cultural Arts Center (on view through Nov. 14, 2015), artists from Sunapple Studio transform the gallery into a gigantic game board with whimsical and colorful installations made out of their [...]
In this periodic series, Broad & High delves into the seldom-seen archives of the Ohio History Center. With nearly 2 million items in its collections, not everything always gets to see the light of day. We go deep into the collections to shine a spotlight on some of our state’s hidden treasures. In this segment, [...]