Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
MOMA Summergarden Series Still Free, but Struggling
Will Summergarden Series Survive?
Julliard School of Music is one of the training grounds for music’s finest.Â If you live in or travel to New York City, the Museum of Modern Art has made sure Julliard students have had a public performance venue and music lovers could hear great performances.Â It has been a part of life in NYC for 40 years, but will it be around for to celebrate fifty?
Read Surprises in a Setting That Could Wither (NY Times)
(Re)building The Arts in Our Communities
In his piece for the website artsjournal.com, conductor John Thomas Dodson takes a look at supporting the arts in these difficult times, what to say to our elected officials, and what we can do to make sure the arts thrive in our community.Â What suggestions would you make?
Read A Time To Speak (artsjournal.com)
Summer Events Abound at Columbus Commons
Every Wednesday from 10:30a-2:00p, there’s music and more at Columbus Commons.Â You can brown bag it, or pick up burgers, dogs and fries when you get there.Â Each Wednesday the Commons plays host to the Columbus Commons Market sponsored by the Harmony Project and Urban Arts Outdoors, an outdoor art gallery managed by the OSU Urban Arts Space. You can also find live music and a food cart food court.
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