Back in May, Shadowbox Live and the Columbus Museum of Art collaborated to present one of the year's most acclaimed events. The Greater Columbus Arts Council recently awarded the original "Gallery of Echoes" run with its 2014 Artistic Excellence Award, beating out an incredibly strong field (that included the Red Herring Productions' excellent musical "Assassins" and "Bruce Munro: Light" installation at the Franklin Park Conservatory).

Back in May, Shadowbox Live and the Columbus Museum of Art collaborated to present one of the year’s most acclaimed events. The Greater Columbus Arts Council recently awarded the original “Gallery of Echoes” run with its 2014 Artistic Excellence Award, beating out an incredibly strong field (that included the Red Herring Productions’ excellent musical “Assassins” and “Bruce Munro: Light” installation at the Franklin Park Conservatory).

Since the short-run (May 1-4) was so popular and celebrated, “Gallery of Echoes” will have a longer run this fall. With an original (rock ’n’ roll) score, collaborative dance and video elements complementing original pieces — both two and three-dimensional — from the museum’s permanent collection, the show is a melding of many diverse art forms.

The music (composed by Shadowbox band Light) and dance routines (choreographed by longtime member Katy Psenicka) complement — and are inspired by — admired works like “Summer Time, Riverside Drive” by George Bellows and “Weeping Willow” by Claude Monet.