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Call for Entries – emerging Student Art Exhibition

Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr., Dublin, OH

Dublin Arts Council has issued a call for student artists for its annual emerging exhibition of student artwork. Submission deadline is Saturday, Dec. 10, 2022 at 2 p.m.

Masayuki Miyajima: Pattern-Form-Function/New Variations

Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr., Dublin, OH

Masayuki Miyajima returns to the Dublin Arts Council gallery Nov. 8 through Dec. 15 with a solo exhibition of functional Japanese ceramic artwork in a continued exploration of material, form, substance and function. The exhibition features elegant handcrafted stoneware and porcelain objects, carved and inlayed with a variety of patterns and imbued with a combination of [...]

emerging: an exhibition of student artworks

Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr., Dublin, OH

Dublin Arts Council’s 21st annual exhibition of student artwork returns with artwork from students in grades K-12 in the Dublin City Schools (DCS) attendance area, participants in the DCS PATHS post-secondary program and those who have participated in a Dublin Arts Council program. The juried exhibition will include Best of Show and cash awards, providing students [...]

Fractals: Patterns in Nature

Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr., Dublin, OH

Fractals are repeating patterns that produce a feeling of well-being. The Fractals: Patterns in Nature gallery exhibition encompasses the work of Ohio artists Jonah Jacobs, Andrea Myers and Karen Snouffer and artwork created by Dublin City Schools students.The exhibition is the culmination of a two-year project, developed in collaboration with Noor Murteza, a doctoral student in [...]

Nicholas Hill: The Pandemic Portraits

Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr., Dublin, OH

The Pandemic Portraits, begun in March of 2020 by central Ohio artist Nicholas Hill, visually chronicles the COVID-19 pandemic. Hill continues to draw portraits in a contemplative process, a ritual, with each drawing causing the artist to pause and acknowledge loss one person at a time. The artworks, presented without framing, allow for close inspection and [...]

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