The Arts Continue to Wow!

Another Columbus based artist that could use some help!


 This August Christopher Tennant (previously featured here) was awarded the Bellows Grant from the FAD for public works.With those funds, he wants to build a 7ft tall robot made of fiberglass and painted with automotive paint. This will ensure a long lasting outdoor sculpture in Franklinton. In order to complete this project, he needs to raise $5000. At this time, he’s raised about $1000 between the grant and his Go-Fund Me page. Obviously , that means he still needs $4000 soooooo….if you’d like to help get this project funded he will be selling stickers of Fritz’s head for $10. Please stop by one of the Franklinton establishments  until December’s  Franklinton Friday(second Friday) and purchase a sticker to get this piece of art created!!! OR, stop by if you would like to donate.

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Business of Arts Series

Wild Goose Creative



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You can’t have a business without a business plan.
In this INTERACTIVE workshop we will walk through each section of a business plan template; going in depth on the questions you need answered before talking to a bank. If you already have one, dust it off and bring it in for re-tooling!
Featured Presenters:
Patrick Katzenmeyer, Owner of Market 65, MBA in Strategy, Finance, and the Global Economy & Mike Minnix, Principal, Chief Consultant & Dumpster Diver, Good Land Sustainability Consultants

A career in the arts can be sustainable with the right base knowledge. Join us as we present a free monthly panel discussion series designed to encourage art-centric entrepreneurship and provide a place for creative network building. This Business of Art Series is a discussion series held at Wild Goose Creative on every 3rd Thursday of the month. The events run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., with the discussions beginning promptly at 6:40 and networking starting at 7:40.
Lucky’s Market Columbus is our event’s generous food sponsor.

CCAD MFA in Visual Arts Info Night





Utilizing a structure rare in the United States, our exciting program draws its inspiration from the way artists actually work. The project-based, multidisciplinary program is designed to develop not just your artistic skills, but also your skills in planning, communication, and leadership.

Join CCAD for one of their MFA Info Nights.

Meet with CCAD faculty, staff, alumni, and current students to learn more about our multidisciplinary, project-based MFA program—right in our custom-designed MFA space. Each session includes details about our curriculum, faculty, scholarships and application procedures, plus plenty of time for questions.

You may park in any designated CCAD parking lot. Please enter the CCAD Design Studios through the Cleveland Ave entrance (not the Mind Market entrance). If you have any questions or concerns about parking/directions do not hesitate to contact Graduate Admissions Counselor John Cairns at or 614.222.3249 for assistance.

CCAD will waive the $65 application fee for attendees of the November Info Session who plan to submit a 2016 Fall MFA application.

Learn more about CCAD’s MFA program at


Grand Opening

New Location

Mac Worthington Gallery of Contemporary Art


6-9 p.m.


After 28 fabulous years in Columbus’ Short North Art District Mac Worthington Gallery of Contemporary Art has made the big move downtown to our brand new and larger gallery space in Columbus’ exclusive Atlas building at the corner of Long & High
The new address is
138 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio

New hours are Monday – Saturday from Noon-6…as always, private showings & appointments anytime
► You’re going to love the huge public parking right across the street!
Grand Opening:
Friday, November 20th, 2015 from 6-9.

hors d’oeuvres prepared by Dock 580
Steve Fisher on the keyboard
select fine wines

Columbus Cultural Arts Center

Annual Studio Sale

Friday (5-8 p.m.) and Saturday (10-2)

CAC sale

Browse a unique selection of handcrafted jewelry, printmaking, textiles, ceramics, paintings and much more created by Columbus Cultural Arts Center Faculty & Student Artists. Friday November 20 5-8pm & Saturday November 21 10-2pm. Admission is FREE!

Pop-Up Holiday Art Sale

Oakland Nursery Education Center

Saturday November 21


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Get your holiday shopping on at this great spot with handmade local art and crafts at Oakland Nursery (Education Center).Shoppers are eligible to win a $25.00 Oakland Nursery gift card with purchase.
Participating Artists:
Lisa Horkin – Blown glass
Mary Ann Crago – Mixed media assemblage
Lisa McLymont – Coppercurious
Cat Sherdain – Ceramics
Catherine Bell Smith – Seed mosaics
Marie Haines – Upcycled bags/pouches
Allison Buenger – Mixed media and block printing
Meagan Alwood-Karčić – Paintings
Courtney DeYoung – Cavatica Designs – Ceramic Jewelry
Christopher Burk – Pen and Ink drawings
Alissa Head – Puralux Candles
Lisa Belsky & Lance Thompson – Ceramics
Jinney Becher – Silk Scarves

Handmade Holiday Showcase

Schiller Park Community Center




Holiday shoppers, come and do some purchasing at our third annual HandMade Holiday Showcase, November 22, 2015,
at the Schiller Park Community Center in German Village of Columbus, 1069 Jaeger Street.
Enjoy holiday music and meet the artists and professional designers, who will be waiting to meet and show you one-of-a-kind hand-crafted gifts. For children and adults, there will be clothing, jewelry, fine art, stationery, toys, bath and beauty products and holiday food and decor, plus much more!
Please see for artist lineup.

Holiday Hop

Best Little Hair House


12-5 p.m.

holiday hop

Come do some early holiday shopping and pick up awesome gifts from awesome vendors!! Food, drinks and music too!

Holiday Open House

Bethel Commons Clubhouse


12-5 p.m.


Aardvark Furniture and Kathy Groah invite you to an afternoon of Christmas shopping. One-of-a-kind reinvigorated home decor gifts, furniture, antique treasures, and the whimsical Dr. Seuss Collection (for the kid in all of us!) will be offered. Excited that Unique Succulent Container Gardens will be available as well. Please stop in, and have a glass of wine before the hustle and bustle of the Holidays descends upon us. Bring a friend and you’ll both be eligible for a special treat!


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