Posts from: September 2014

Twisted Premiere

Weekend Warriors with Wake Me Up When September Ends

September 26, 2014 / All Posts / / Music / Performance / Visual Arts

Fall into fun the final weekend in September with nine great events. Weekend: Twisted WORLD PREMIERE FAMILY FUN: Scary Plants Opening with the Bugman! Friday: Mark Turner Quartet Navarathiri Carnatic Music Concert by Gayathri Venkataraghavan Purple Betty Saturday: FAMILY FUN:…

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Up in the Air

Off the Cuff with Five times Five

September 25, 2014 / All Posts / / Performance / Visual Arts / Writing

Impulsive. Impetuous. Impromptu. Put a little spontaneity in your life today and step out into the Columbus Arts community with these five fun events happening on September 25th (if you’re not planning to already)! 25 ON HIGH: A Photographic Journey RETROSPECTIVE: Catherine Breillat – “Romance”…

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In the News: It’s Quite Literary

September 23, 2014 / All Posts / News / Visual Arts / Writing

Whether you call them graphic novels or just comics, it’s clear that this expressive, rousing, and sometimes challenging medium is carving an increasingly indelible mark on the American literary community. 2014 is a watershed year for the medium: Alison Bechdel,…

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Greater Columbus Arts Council Announces Recipients of 2015 Artist Exchange in Dresden, Germany

September 22, 2014 / All Posts / Visual Arts

Columbus, Ohio – The Greater Columbus Arts Council (Arts Council) recently selected two artists to receive international artist residencies in Dresden, Germany on behalf of the Arts Council’s Artist Exchange Program. The 2015 Artist Exchange Program recipients are Andrew McCauley…

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Hannah-23 Profile: HANNAH STEPHENSON

September 9, 2014 / All Posts / Artist Profiles / Writing

This month’s profile features Hannah Stephenson, founder of Paging Columbus and The Storialist. Stephenson is a poet, storyteller, and blogger living in Columbus, Ohio. She is a poetry blogger for The Huffington Post, Recently,served as editor for The Ides of March: An Anthology of of…

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Americans for the Arts

In the News: Americans for the Arts: Art is Everywhere. Why not use it to strengthen your workforce?

September 9, 2014 / All Posts / News

Amy Webb, Director of the Arts & Business Council of New York, explores the intersection between business and the arts in the Unique Business Partnerships blog salon with her thoughts on including employee art in the workplace. She shares her personal experience…

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Liz Bourgeois Profile: LIZ BOURGEOIS

September 9, 2014 / All Posts / Artist Profiles / Visual Arts

This month’s profile features Liz Bourgeois, founder of  Team Chipmunk.  Bourgeois is a textile enthusiast, Broadway costume designer, history lover and a mother of two.  Before founding Team Chipmunk in 2009, she lived in New York  and Los Angeles , and earned a…

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