Dublin Arts Council has partnered with Dublin Bridges to bring art supplies and arts education activities to community families who receive free and reduced-price school meals. One packet of arts supplies is only $25. Learn more and support the effort at https://www.dublinarts.org/artisnotcancelled/
Early life outdoor camping, hiking and canoeing experiences, combined with fireside sewing and embroidery, form the basis for Lancaster, Ohio artist Sue King’s current work. King’s artwork is inspired by her numerous artist residencies at national and state parks and underscores the need to conserve America’s wild places, our public lands, for future generations.
Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge throughout Dublin parks beginning Sept. 26 (free) As part of the Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council has launched the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Riverboxes artists have created new artworks that respond to their original Riverbox. A [...]
Inspired by the artist’s background as a product designer with Herman Miller furniture, Rubbermaid and Fitch, Inc., Don Staufenberg’s solo exhibition Ceramic Infusion melds experiences and influences to produce an integration of wood, metal, fiber and polymer with ceramics to create a unique tactile visual.
During the month of April, visit our ARTboxes throughout Dublin to complete a biodegradable wish tag. Inscribe it with your wishes and hang it on the Wishing Tree on the Dublin Arts Council plaza. On Arbor Day, April 30, it will be planted on our grounds, along with the wishes, to nurture, heal and grow. The [...]
The three artist finalists for the M.L. “Red” Trabue Nature Reserve Public Artwork commission will present their site-specific proposals to the community on Friday, Jan. 21, 2002 from 6 to 9 p.m. via Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82572337584 The public is invited to attend the online session, pose questions and provide their feedback and preferences for the selection committee’s consideration. There is no need to pre-register.
Join Dublin Arts Council for an hour of discovery in three Dublin parks this spring. Guided by an Ohio artist, participants will listen, observe, gather and connect with nature. The series is inspired by Dublin Arts Council’s Fractals: Patterns in Nature project, which explores how repeating patterns reduce stress and enhance individual and community well-being. [...]