“Exhibit Columbus” Now Appearing Downtown Through Nov. 26

Explore interactive installations like you’ve never seen in a colorful Indiana town. “Exhibit Columbus,” a community-wide exhibition, features 18 spectacular installations. Go ahead and touch, climb, take photos and interact with each one of these unique pieces! This family-friendly exhibition comes to life this fall only in Columbus, Indiana, just 45 minutes south of Indianapolis.

Exhibit Columbus paper sculpture
Conversation Plinth and Large Arch
installation at library plaza

Walking Tours Now Available

Price : $12
Duration : 90 min.

The best way to experience “Exhibit Columbus” is to take a guided walking tour. The tour includes many of the downtown art installations with the surrounding iconic Columbus architecture, landmarks and sites. Your tour guide will highlight the prize-winning artwork and the most unique installations by both renowned international designers and design students. Keep your phones well-charged because taking photos is strongly encouraged while enjoying “Exhibit Columbus.”

Price : $12
Duration : 90 minutes
Tours run Aug 29 – Nov 26
Guided walking tour
Begins and ends at Visitors Center

The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

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In the News:

  • “…the most iconic structures were constructed decades ago, and so the town, with a ‘let’s put on a
    show’ spirit, has decided to breathe new life into the local legacy.” (Columbus, Ind., Renews its Big Design Legacy, New York Times)
  • “(Exhibit Columbus) has crafted a series of events and encounters that bring the cityscape to life in
    new and surprising ways.” (Why Columbus, Indiana, Should Be On Your Design Itinerary This Year, Surface Magazine)
  • “Exhibit Columbus’ is the kind of cultural endeavor you’d be surprised to see even a large city
    undertake; you would never expect a place of this size and location to attempt it.” (Hello, Columbus. A Small Town Gives Chicago A Run For Its Architectural Legacy, NewCity Design)

Photo courtesy Exhibit Columbus