This Friday, the Columbus Museum of Art is giving non-artist, average Joes the chance to show off their creative chops - in a 1970s game show-style context.

This Friday, the Columbus Museum of Art is giving non-artist, average Joes the chance to show off their creative chops - in a 1970s game show-style context.

The second edition of the museum's Game Show event will feature two zany, over-the-top hosts, audience members undertaking battles of the imagination, appearances from improv troupe Fake Bacon and a finale designed by members of Wonderland. And if the contestants think they need help loosening their inhibitions while vying for gift cards to local businesses, there'll be a cash bar.

"It's an anti-quiz show," said Jeff Sims, the museum's educator for adult programs. "It just requires that you think on your feet."