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The market runs 9:30 am
The market runs 9:30 am to 12:30 pm Saturdays through April 15, 2017, with farm-grown vegetables, eggs, lamb, beef, pork, chicken, turkey, honey, coffee, hot chocolate, nuts, breads, muffins, scones, cookies, handmade chocolate, jelly and jam, mushrooms, flowers, winter wreaths, bird houses, artistic glass, hand-painted cards, steampunk glass, local authors, soaps, pottery, woodworking, and more. Closed: December 24th & 31st
December 3 (Saturday) - April 15 (Saturday)
2380 25th Street, Columbus IN 47201
Visit this art show of
Visit this art show of contemporary printmaking by the 67th Street Printmakers and photography by Robert Anderson.
Opening Reception: January 20th, 5:30 – 8:30 pm
Learning Center Buildings Hours: Monday -Thursday 8 am – 10 pm, Friday 8 am – 5 pm, Saturday 10 am – 5 pm, closed Sunday
January 20 (Friday) - April 18 (Tuesday)
Columbus Learning Center
4555 Central Avenue, Columbus IN 47203
Education Coalition firstname.lastname@example.org, 812-314-8507
On display until April 4th
On display until April 4th is CMAD’s first-ever juried exhibition of contemporary necklaces and brooches. This exhibit features pieces by nationally and internationally recognized metalsmiths from across the nation.
Closing Reception Featuring the Artists: March 31st – More details to come soon.
February 9 (Thursday) - April 4 (Tuesday)
300 Washington St., Columbus IN 47201
These works serve as visual
These works serve as visual stories told to Winter’s daughter, representing a time in her life and development that she will not remember, but that Winter will always reminiscence. Winter’s consciousness is full of scattered toys, patterned fabrics, bright colors, and hard-edged shapes. Winter’s daughter is the individual form that fits perfectly into the contour of her life. She is represented throughout the exhibited paintings.
February 18 (Saturday) - April 28 (Friday)
Gallery / Phi Gallery at Hotel Indigo, CMAD
400 Brown Street, Columbus IN 47201
Gallery 506 welcomes two local
Gallery 506 welcomes two local husband and wife artists James Behmke and Donna Virig and their mixed media exhitib Through Our Eyes.
Donna Virig’s medium is watercolor, striving to create realistic natural images. She concentrates on the interplay of light and shadow to create three-dimensional images, and her engineering background and skills have led to her ability to see and express detail in her creations. Donna’s favorite subjects include botanicals and landscapes that are based upon experiences she has had while travelling.
James Bemke is a nature photographer whose work has become more selective with his choices through the viewfinder. A full day in the woods, a zoo, or other location may yield one exceptional image. The use of light and shadows from Caravaggio paintings are key to his latest work and come from memories of an exhibit he attended as a child.
The couple’s work has been displayed at Columbus Indiana Art Fest, Penrod Art Fest, Talbot Street Art Fest, Madison Chautauqua, Bloomington, Louisville, Lexington, Grand Haven, Fort Wayne, Chesterton, and Michigan City. Their work is available through Tri-State Artisans, and works displayed at Gallery 506 are available for purchase. They can be reached at email@example.com.
Opening Reception: Friday, March 10th, 5:30 – 7:00 pm
march 1 (Wednesday) - 31 (Friday)
Columbus Area Visitors Center
506 Fifth Street, Columbus IN 47201
Columbus Area Visitors Center812-378-2622 506 Fifth Street, Columbus IN 47201
Columbus Museum of Art &
Columbus Museum of Art & Design (CMAD) invites the public to its second installment of Art Lunch Open House for the exhibition OMNI, a juried group exhibition of contemporary necklaces and brooches. This open house will feature two artists from the exhibition, Zachary Mellman-Carsey and Joshua Kosker. Mellman-Carsey will demonstrate his methodology and discuss his practice as a jeweler utilizing 3D print technology. Kosker will have a pop-up display of an interactive piece from a series called [re}embody. OMNI is currently being shown on the second floor of The Commons in the display cases. Soup, bread, and cookies will be provided to attendees at no cost on a first come, first served basis.
(Wednesday) 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
300 Washington St., Columbus IN 47201
Teddy Roosevelt believed that no
Teddy Roosevelt believed that no other presidential family enjoyed the White House quite as much as he and his family did. Roosevelt will be portrayed by Gib Young, a member of the Theodore Roosevelt Association. He will talk about his six children and how they handled life as the first children. He also may chat about the numerous pets the family had, including dogs, pig, brown bear, and more.
Reception & Panel Discussion: Friday,
Reception & Panel Discussion: Friday, March 31, 5:30 – 8:30 pm
ARTISTS PRESENTED: Kathy Butterly, Hermine Ford, Tara Geer, Laura J. Gerlach, Jacqueline Gourevitch, Michelle Jaffé, Joyce Kozloff, Kathleen Kucka, Melissa Meyer, Luisa Rabbia, Jennifer Riley, Ursula von Rydingsvard, Kate Shepherd, Kiki Smith, Leslie Wayne. Curated by Stephanie Buhmann in collaboration with Jennifer Riley.
The group exhibition IN CONVERSATION is inspired by a series of interviews with female artists, which were conducted by the art historian Stephanie Buhmann between January 2013 and December 2015. Looking for an approach beyond the mainstream media coverage of the art market, Buhmann visited the artists in their studios. The conversations she conducted in these intimate spaces of artistic practices focused on process, philosophy, personal history, art historic contexts, and aesthetics, among others.
IN CONVERSATION is sparked by these interviews and helps to illustrate them. Though all of the artists featured are based in New York, they are working in different media and styles, reflecting some of the eclectic concerns and methods found in the city’s contemporary art world today. Buhmann notes: “In our fast-paced world, we often only glance at people and objects. In fact, most of us tend to make quick assessments based on our tastes and experiences. However, I believe that looking at art should continue to defy this trend as it takes true personal engagement. No matter how different, each conversation reveals just how much thought, emotion, work, and resilience goes into making an object of art.” In addition, the exhibition is complemented by a selection of photographs by Frankfurt based artist Laura J. Gerlach, who portrayed both the artists and their studios in February 2015.
This will be the third variation of IN CONVERSATION, which was formerly hosted by the Shirley Fiterman Art Center at Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York (205) and the Macy Art Gallery at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York (2016).
March 31 (Friday) - May 26 (Friday)
Indiana University Center for Art + Design (IUCA+D) 812-375-7580 310 Jackson Street, Columbus IN 47201
$45 for a 16x20 canvas...purchase by calling 376-3663 or visiting this link. More Information
(Friday) 6:30 pm
Inn at Irwin Gardens
608 Fifth Street, Columbus IN 47201