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411 Community Arts Gallery
411 Sixth Street (Map It)
More about 411 Gallery...
411 is a community arts gallery and cultural space for exhibitions, events, and collaborations with Columbus’ arts and cultural organizations. A project of the downtown Arts & Entertainment District, the space is managed by the Columbus Area Arts Council and supported by the Efroymson Family Fund, the Columbus Area Visitors Center, and the community.
Gallery 506 at Columbus Visitors Center
Columbus Visitors Center, 506 Fifth St (Map It)
Current Exhibit: sketches of Columbus by architect Guglielmo Botter
Show continues through December
- Alfonso Wadholm
- Alyse Tucker Bounds
- Christopher Newell
- Dana Powell-Smith
- Elijah Norris
- Gautam Rao
- Hannah Paz-Westbrook
- Julian Payne
- Kyng Rhodes
- Liliana Guzmán
- Nora Jiles
- Note Davis-Barney
- Paulette Roberts
- Shane Young
- Slim Avre
- Yeabsera Tabb
More about Gallery 506...
The gallery is available for viewing during regular Visitor Center hours.
The historic 1864 Storey Residence portion of the Columbus Area Visitors Center is home to an art gallery featuring works of local and regional artists as well as artwork related to the Columbus architectural and design themes.
A permanent Dale Chihuly installation is featured just outside the gallery doors.
The Galleries at Columbus Learning Center
Inside Columbus Learning Center, 4555 Central Ave. (Map It)
More about the Learning Center galleries...
The beautiful, open spaces of the Columbus Learning Center provide an inviting setting to display all forms of art created by Indiana artists. New exhibits are offered each semester. The galleries also display permanent pieces, including Dale Chihuly’s “Sun Garden Panels in Suspended Circle.”
Miller M. Arch Gallery
333 Second Street, 812-375-7580 (Map it)
The gallery is open Mon through Fri from 9 am – 5 pm.
The Miller M.Arch Gallery in Columbus’s newly renovated Republic Building, home to the Eskenazi School’s J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program, hosts several shows over the course of each academic year.
Visitors should enter through the southeast entrance on the parking lot side (this entrance is ADA accessible and has “Entrance” written above it.) Check the Visitors Center calendar for the most recent schedule. Note there are some weeks between exhibitions where the gallery may be vacant.
Closed on New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Friday after Thanksgiving, and the week of Christmas (Dec 23) through the 2nd of January.
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422 Washington, 812-528-5748 (Map it)
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Fine art photography, paintings, sculpture, glass, wood, handmade jewelry, crochet, bath and body, toys, hats, purses, scarves. Events for learning acrylic painting, watercolor, mixed media, wineglass painting, and speed painting. See a blog post about Tri-State.
PUBLIC ART IN COLUMBUS
And, remember, there are dozens of free, public art installations to be be found throughout Columbus, pick up a guide at the Visitors Center.
Go to the public art listings