Faces of Columbus
May 4- June 22
Veteran sculptor, painter and conceptual artist Raheleh Bagheri applies her expressive talents to her new city, our growing Columbus metropolis, with a new series of portraits capturing the inner personalities of people at work and play in our coffee shops.
Reception May 5 6pm Talk 7pm
Dr. Mark Changizi
Technology and the arts are often described quite differently. Technology is precise, highly engineered, rigorous, and the domain of the scientifically-minded nerd. The arts are built from loose sweeps, messy intuitions, emotions, and is the realm of deep spirits. In a challenge to these stereotypes, Dr. Changizi draws from his research in cognitive science and the origins of art to explain how it is that the arts amount to technology – the most important technology humankind has yet to discover.
Time in a Bottle by UA resident Linda Gray
Celebrate 100 years of creativity in Upper Arlington with us in 2018 where we’ll feature UA artists exclusively. Our Concourse Gallery will feature works by UA artists Here and There…those living and creating in UA and those that got their start here and are creating elsewhere.
Here and There
AQA: Playing with Threads
Connecting playfulness with the art process, the Art Quilt Alliance members provide diverse and outstanding work using many techniques and materials not available to traditional quilting. Meet the artists at a reception Jan 11 from 5-7pm.
The Centennial Special Events Committee has been working hard to make sure the Upper Arlington’s Centennial is a year you won’t forget! Details are still being finalized but listed on https://uaoh100.org are events that will be occurring throughout 2018. Some events may look familiar, but all will feature a Centennial theme that will set them apart from previous years.