Art Resources During COVID-19

Since COVID-19 has forced us to socially distance ourselves, we have had to stay inside.

Just because you’re stuck in the house doesn’t mean you have to stop enjoying art! We included several ways for you to keep your mind busy and art senses sharp during this weird time. So CLICK HERE to see ways you can watch performances, explore museums, and more! #InThisTogetherOhio

 

Thank You from Medicine and the Arts!

The Wexner Medical Center’s hardworking doctors, nurses, tech, and support staff have been working round the clock to care for us as a community as we live with #COVID-19. We’ve invited local families to cheer them on as they go the extra mile to keep Columbus safe. If you would like to see all of the wonderful submissions, visit our other platforms listed below!

Pattern Thinking: Australian Aboriginal Art at the Urban Arts Space

 

Tuesday, July 17, 2018 to Saturday, September 22, 2018
Urban Arts Space
Reception: September 8 | 5—7 PM
Walkthroughs with curator Anne Keener
Tuesday, July 17 | 2 PM
Saturday, September 8 | 4 PM
Admission is free and open to the public for all events

Pattern Thinking: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Collection of Tom and Cynthia Schneider with Contributions by Nancy Crow, Anne Keener and Maija Miettinen brings together artworks created by Indigenous Australian artists and United States-based artists to offer an in-depth look at the history, development, influences, and impacts of Australian Aboriginal art. The exhibition is curated by scholar and artist Anne Keener.

Find more information on this amazing exhibit here!