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Curious Cbus: What’s The History Of Dublin’s Concrete Cornfield?

by Michael De Bonis, WOSU Paris has the Eiffel Tower, St. Louis has the Arch and Dublin, Ohio has the Field of Corn. When you drive through the intersection at Frantz and Rings Road for the first time, you might be surprised to see rows and rows of giant concrete ears of corn sprawling out [...]

2019-07-31T13:24:26-04:00September 14th, 2018|Categories: In the News|

Short North works distinguished at Dublin Arts Center

by Peter Tonguette, The Columbus Dispatch The “Short North/Long North” exhibition at the Dublin Arts Center through Sept. 14 brings the work of artists from three Short North galleries under the same roof. It features a survey of works from artists represented by Brandt-Roberts Galleries, Sherrie Gallerie and Lindsay Gallery. Many of the Short North’s [...]

2019-09-18T10:57:09-04:00July 31st, 2018|Categories: In the News, Reviews|

Art review: Hillary Perhot’s pinhole camera creates captivating photographs

by Peter Tonguette, The Columbus Dispatch For most photographers, the point of taking a picture is to present a clear image of a person, place or event. The photographs of artist Hillary Perhot, however, are considerably more ephemeral. The native of Tampa, Florida, makes use of pinhole cameras to capture a range of often indecipherable [...]

2019-07-31T13:14:14-04:00July 8th, 2018|Categories: In the News, Reviews|

Yarn over Dublin project exhibited in Bridge Park

by Sarah Sole, ThisWeek Community News Linda Trombetti first learned how to crochet in her early 20s, and at 69, she still keeps up the hobby. “I find it really relaxing,” said Trombetti, a Mayfair Village resident. Trombetti’s most recent crochet project was done in tandem with a group of senior citizens from Mayfair Village [...]

2019-07-31T13:10:14-04:00June 12th, 2018|Categories: In the News|

Artists collaborate for exhibit at Dublin Arts Council

by Sarah Sole, ThisWeek Community News The moment was the hardest of her life, but it was what Laurie VanBalen said was the final push she needed to bring an art project to fruition. Human rights was always something VanBalen kept close to her heart, but during the presidential campaign, she began to take note [...]

2019-07-31T13:43:46-04:00April 24th, 2018|Categories: In the News|

Artist’s light-up sculptures, mixed-media pieces grab attention at Dublin exhibit

by Nancy Gilson, The Columbus Dispatch Colored lights, toy miniatures, keys, beads, gears, pipe cleaners, souvenir pins, china figurines and clippings from magazines and encyclopedias are just a few of the objects found in the attention-commanding works of Akron artist Mark Soppeland. View Full Article » In the News [...]

2019-07-31T13:07:53-04:00April 8th, 2018|Categories: In the News, Reviews|

Public art connects the City’s past, present and future

by Mikayla Klein, CityScene You’ve driven by the field of giant stone corn in Frantz Park. But did you know Malcolm Cochran, a professor of sculpture at The Ohio State University, created it with the vision of preserving Dublin’s farming legacy? Field of Corn (with Osage Oranges) is just one piece of the Dublin Art Council’s [...]

2019-07-31T13:02:58-04:00January 29th, 2018|Categories: In the News|

Dublin exhibit shows Somali immigrants integrated into central Ohio

by Nancy Gilson The Columbus Dispatch Among U.S. cities, Columbus is second only to Minneapolis in the number of Somali immigrants. But how many of us really know our Somali neighbors? The Dublin Arts Council has taken a step toward introducing 15 extraordinary young men and women from the area who are of Somalian descent. [...]

2019-07-31T13:04:52-04:00September 10th, 2017|Categories: In the News, Reviews|
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