July Ends with More ART!

Craftin’ Outlaws Hosts

Yarn: The Movie

Gateway Film Center

Wednesday July 27th

6-9 p.m.


yarnCraftin’ Outlaws is excited to have worked with our friends at The Gateway Film Center to bring Yarn: the Movie to the CAPITAL CITY for a private viewing party.

“Meet the artists who are redefining the tradition of knit and crochet, bringing yarn out of the house and into the world. Reinventing our relationship with this colorful tradition, YARN weaves together wool graffiti artists, circus performers, and structural designers into a visually-striking look at the women who are making a creative stance while building one of modern art’s hottest trends.” – a documentary film by UNA LORENZEN, Official and Selected film at SXSW 2016.
Join CO as they take over a theater for a private Outlaws viewing party.
+++ Wednesday- July 27 @The Gateway Film Center +++
+++ SHOWTIME: 7:30pm – 8:46pm +++
Join the fun 1 hour before and after the film for a crafty meet up thanks to sponsor Yarn it and Haberdashery. in the Yarn it and Dash lounge. See live demos, enjoy giveaways and weave new friendships.

Artist Talk: Paintings in Paper

Elizabeth Haworth-Wagner

Fresh A.I.R. Gallery

Friday July 29th

3:30-4:30 p.m.


Please join Fresh A.I.R. as Elizabeth Haworth-Wagner discusses her painterly collages of natural fiber paper, which explore “connections between physical and spiritual worlds, including questions about life, death, the afterlife, and rebirth.” These themes became especially prominent in Elizabeth’s work after the sudden passing of her husband, when she began to struggle with depression, PTSD, and Broken Heart Syndrome. “Much like writing in my journal, my artwork has been my companion in recovery,” she writes. “Without it, I’m unsure that I would be alive today. Through art, I have found that there is always hope.”

Opening Reception: Back to the Future II


Friday July 29th

7- 10 p.m.


“Today everything exists to end in a photograph.” Susan Sontag…Sontag made this observation in 1979. Thirty-seven years later, the same concerns are continually being raised. The usage of the photographic medium has come to the forefront of our everyday encounters. A viewer becomes complacent in the absorption of imagery rather than questioning the truth of what they are seeing. In the absence of truth, new meaning is generated. How do artists address this proliferation of images in their artistic practice? Three artists who start from the same set of photographic concerns address these issues of representation.
“All I know is what’s on the Internet.” Donald Trump
“Back to the Future Part II” features new works from Chris Cox, Kara Gut and Harrison Moenich. The exhibition presents a series of photographic and sculptural installations that address the loss of the physical, and our societal migration to mediated and virtual space.
“Back to the Future Part II” will be on display at M I N T July 29 – August 12.

Il Gabinetto Segreto (The Secret Cabinet)

The Vanderelli Room

Saturday, July 30th

7-10 p.m.


Gabinetto Segreto is the first international erotic themed art event to be held at The Vanderelli Room, in Columbus, Ohio. Curated by Jay Mueller and Alan Reeve, the show will represent a time when cabinets were built to house art from ancient Rome, accessible only to, “people of mature age and respected morals,” as it was deemed too pornographic for the general public.
Attendees to the show will be totally immersed in an erotic experience like no other, involving all of the senses. Over 70 artists were individually reviewed and selected to display some of the most sensually titillating, visually stunning, humorous and at times even shocking artwork ever to be displayed in one gallery. In addition, seven nationally recognized, exemplary guest artist have been invited to headline the event: Marcus Deleo, Kate Morgan, Alan Cottrill, Randi Channel, Aleksander Marek Korman, Mandy Cook, and Paul Richmond. It all promises to be the most talked about art event of the year. Because of the mature nature of the show and subject matter, IDs will be checked at the door and no one under the age of eighteen will be permitted entry.
Exhibition runs July 30th-August 22

Taking Flight

934 Gallery

Saturday July 30th

7-10 p.m.


“Taking Flight,” a moving art installation where fashion breathes new life into painting, featuring local artist Adam Hernandez’s evocative Land of Thunderbirds exhibition and the couture creations of Peruvian fashion designer Juan Jose Saenz-Ferreyros.
This moving, interactive art installation will fly you to another world of avian-inspired beauty. Encounter an evening of art like no other you have experienced before.

Beverages and refreshments will be provided. Doors open at 7 pm, show begins at 8 pm. Tickets are $15 online presale, $20 at the door.

Grandview Hop

Saturday July 30th 

5-9 p.m.


Bring some friends for a “Hop” along Grandview Avenue, a half-mile stretch buzzing with live music, local shopping, pop-up street vendors, awesome art, local beer, delicious food, and fun activities for all to enjoy on the last Saturday of the month in June, July, and August. The Grandview Hop is family-friendly, pet-friendly, and all are welcome!

Stop into the independently-owned Grandview Avenue shops that stay open late and explore the eclectic array of sidewalk merchants while taking in the sights and sounds of the best ‘burb in town! You’ll find unexpected gifts like hand-crafted clothing and jewelry, handmade paper and leather goods, savory foods, funky accessories, home decor, and art galore. It’s always free to attend and everyone is welcome. Join us!

Saturday, June 25, 2016 from 5-9pm
*Beer Garden sales will benefit the Steve Hall Memorial Fund*
Saturday, July 30, 2016 from 5-9pm
*Beer Garden sales will benefit the TriVillage Mentor League*
Saturday, August 27, 2016 from 5-10pm
*Beer Garden sales will benefit the Make-a-Wish Foundation*

The Pop-up Beer Garden will be located on 2nd Avenue off Grandview Avenue.

The Grandview Hop is presented by our friends at the Columbus Young Professionals Club – CYPclub.com and Destination Grandview, with support from The Arlington Bank, Market District (Grandview Yard), and a bunch of really awesome folks.

Visit our website at www.grandviewhop.com!


Rehab Gets Muraled x2

Rehab Tavern

Saturday July 30th

7 p.m.- 1 a.m.


This is the last day for artists Katie Golonka, David Denniston, Misty Temple and Jonathan Ryan to add final touches to their murals on Rehab Tavern‘s patio!

Justus and DJ Abyss on the patio @ 7pm
$10 buckets of PBR tall boys
$5 Mulberry Lemonades

They will be in and out working all month! I will be posting progression photos on this page along with dates and times the artists will be at Rehab painting! Stay tuned!


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