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November 13, 2013 / All Posts / Artist Profiles

For this issue, we spoke with local multi-media artist and filmmaker, Alexis McCrimmon.  McCrimmon utilizes a range of documentary, narrative and experimental film-making techniques; from reconstruction/reenactment, archival footage, and audio as text, to cinematic staging, narrative story structures and expositional soundscapes. These…

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bennett_soldier Artist: SAMANTHA BENNETT

September 11, 2013 / All Posts / Artist Profiles

For this issue, we spoke with local artist, Samantha Bennett.  It was in a hospital room as a child where Samantha began to create art. At nine months old, Bennett survived bacterial meningitis. The physical impact of the disease is apparent…

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Michael Bongiorno on the Columbus Museum of Art’s New Wing Design

August 30, 2013 / All Posts / Visual Arts

On August 22, the Columbus Museum of Art broke ground for its new wing–a major milestone for both the museum and Columbus.  The expansion project, the third phase of a three part master plan, consists of the renovation of the…

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ColumbusArts_profile_barzdukas Artist: VIDAS BARZDUKAS and MOFA

July 1, 2013 / All Posts / Artist Profiles

By Jennifer Sadler To get an insight into the local filmmaking industry, GCAC recently interviewed Vidas Barzdukas, vice president of MOFA, or the Mid-Ohio Filmmakers Association.  Vidas currently works as a writer and editor specializing in educational publishing, magazine publishing,…

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Don Coulter-14 (2) Artist Profile: DONCEE COULTER

February 6, 2013 / All Posts / Artist Profiles

The February issue of GCAC’s monthly arts newsletter Front Row Center  features Columbus native DonCee Coulter, a multi-media artist influenced by family, hip-hop culture and a man dedicated to using art to help the youth in his community.

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Arts Impact

January 6, 2013 / All Posts

The arts are a catalyst for economic development. And we must acknowledge the fact that our arts organizations are businesses, too.

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