Art Starts Wednesday!

Fresh A.I.R. Gallery

Tell You A Story: Mary Barczak

Wednesday September 23rd

5:30- 7 p.m.

The Owl and the Pussycat, to be seen in her upcoming show

The Owl and the Pussycat

Tell You A Story. Constructed photographic scenes of fairytales and fables by Mary Barczak. Artist’s opening reception is Wednesday September 23 from 5:30-7:00 and the exhibition through November 20, 2015. Mary states this body of work addresses the complexities of real life and the fantasies that so many of us are familiar with. Fairytales are for children, or so we tell ourselves, but the stories themselves become part of the adult psyche.

Bookworms: Pinterest Party

Wholly Craft

Friday, September 25th @ 7pm

$10 (all materials included)

Friday night’s Pinterest Party is all about the books! They’ll be making recycled book and literary themed projects and celebrating our bookish and crafty tendencies (with crafts and snacks of course!) RSVP at the link below to join in the good times!

Do you get inspired by Pinterest but forget to carve out the time to actually make the things you love? Mark this Pinterest party on your calendar! We’ll have several craft stations set up to make several different book and literary inspired craft projects. All the supplies and snacks are provided. Participants can bring a beverage of their choice, including adult beverages. You just show up and craft!

Passages: Bridges to the Future

Homeport Gallery

Closing Reception

Friday September 25th

6-8 p.m.


Please join the Creative Women of Color for:
“Passages: Bridges to the Future” Closing Reception
Friday, September 25, 2015
* Exhibit runs September 2nd -Sept 29th

Closing Reception

Chakra Awakening: Tahsin Ali

Clayspace/Gallery 831

Friday September 25th

6-9 p.m.


Join the artist on Friday, September 25th from 6-9pm for the closing reception for her “Chakra Awakening” exhibit. The show will even feature new pieces that were not present at the opening! ALSO, the artist will be doing LIVE HENNA DESIGNS!!

Artist Talk: Christine Guillot Ryan

High Road Gallery

Saturday September 26th

2-4 p.m.


ARTIST TALK to celebrate the end of “Pieces of PARTS: Mixed Media Works by Christine Guillot Ryan.”

Artist Reception

Preserved: Encaustic Works by Barbara Vogel

Southern Ohio Museum


Saturday September 26th

3-5 p.m.


Opening exhibition in the Richards and Mehser Gallery; show runs  September 26th through December 5th

Chalk the Block

Saturday and Sunday

September 26th and 27thchalk the block

Chalk the Block features 40 artists decorating the Town Square at Easton Town Center with unique and colorful artworks.
Saturday will feature all artists working to create 10′ square designs while listening to the music of a half dozen local musical acts. All artists are armed with the same tools, yet the results are widely varied based on skill, aesthetic, and choice of subject matter.
Sunday, the audience is invited back to see the finished products and see who was awarded prizes in several categories including Best of Show, Most Realistic, Most Imaginative, and the People Choice Award.
Local artist and Columbus College of Art and Design graduate Adam Brouillette has organized the event since 2012 on behalf of Easton. “Every year, I’m excited to put on this event and to see artists interacting directly with their audience. The impermanent nature of the work leads to immediate conversation, something unique for the artists. It never ceases to amaze me what they create over the course of the day.”
For more information, visit

Community is an Action: Walter Herrmann

Soapbox 614

Roscoe Room–Olde Town East

Saturday September 26th

10 a.m.- noon

soapbox 614

Join Soapbox 614 this month as they talk with Walter Herrmann, a local sculptor and artist-in-residence at the Vanderelli Room. From founding ‘The Art and Artists of 614’ Facebook forum (looking at YOU 7000+ local members) to creating a public time capsule installation in Franklinton, his work centers around building tangible forms and a strong artist community. He’ll share the creative process behind his large scale earthworks and speak about the positive impact a supportive creative community can bring.
10 am – 10:30 am: Arrive, grab some coffee/light eats, mingle
10:30 am – 11:30 am: Discussion with Walter
11:30 am – Noon: Leave inspired and refreshed
The event is free and public ($5 suggested donation)

Artisan Pop Up Sunday

Not Your Mama’s Craft Market

Sunday September 27th

10 a.m.-2 p.m.

not your mama

Not Your Mama’s Craft Market local artists and makers will be set up

SUNDAY, September 27th
Roosevelt Coffeehouse
300 East Long St. – Downtown
10am – 2pm

Come shop local makers:
– Simply Spain
– Evergreen Crafts
– A Carpenters Son
– Scented Sugars
– TL Yarn Crafts

Good coffee for Good.
Roosevelt is a nonprofit business supporting
– Clean Water – Fighting Hunger – Fighting Human Trafficking –

Grab more details here:


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