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Art feature: Franklinton Fridays: Big plans are in store for the burgeoning monthly event

As Franklinton continues to grow into its status as Columbus’ next arts hub, the community’s burgeoning Franklinton Fridays monthly event is poised to develop alongside it. This weekend’s Franklinton Fridays figures to be the biggest yet.
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Art review: “She Kills Monsters”

“In the time before Facebook…” begins Qui Nguyen’s “She Kills Monsters.” So take a “Quantum Leap” back to the mid-1990s, load Beck’s “Loser” into the CD player, and sit back while Available Light Theatre takes you there.
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Arts preview: Found Footage Festival

If “America’s Funniest Home Videos” had a thrifty, alternative cousin, it’s the Found Footage Festival, and it’s coming to the Wexner Center for the Arts on Tuesday, Dec. 16.
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Art preview: “The Nutcracker”

It’s that time of year again, when the dreamlike tale of Clara, Fritz, the Mouse King, the Sugar Plum Fairy and all the extraordinary characters come to breathtakingly wonderful life in “The Nutcracker.”
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Arts preview: “Matchgirl”

Now in its 15th year, the Columbus Dance Theatre’s “Matchgirl,” inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s enduring fable, has become a bona fide holiday tradition.
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Studio Proof: OOVAR exhibit showcases depth of Ohio art

The Ohio Online Visual Artist Registry, the current exhibit at the downtown Columbus Metropolitan Library, is a multi-organization collaboration that represents the depth of art in Columbus and worldwide.
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Art preview: “threeasFOUR: Topographic” Artist Talk

The current exhibit at CCAD by threeasFOUR is impressive, which shouldn’t be surprising since the avant-garde fashion trio has worked with Bjork, Yoko Ono, and Kate Spade, and their work has been acquired by numerous prominent museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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Art preview: Last Chance: “Hollowform: The Space Within”

Presenting a cornucopia of vessels — more than 100 pieces by 50 artists, both from Ohio and around the country — fashioned of wood, glass, ceramics and other mediums, “Hollowform” is as comprehensive as it is creative.
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Art feature: Franklinton Fridays: Big plans are in store for the burgeoning monthly event

As Franklinton continues to grow into its status as Columbus’ next arts hub, the community’s burgeoning Franklinton Fridays monthly event is poised to develop alongside it. This weekend’s Franklinton Fridays figures to be the biggest yet.
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