The Columbus Area Arts Council held its Annual Meeting on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at YES Cinema in downtown Columbus. Over 75 community partners, corporate sponsors, and individuals attended. Don Steffy, executive director of Indianapolis Children’s Choir, gave the keynote speec
Community members are invited to participate in a discussion of alternatives for the renovation and reuse of The Crump Theatre at a public meeting Thursday, April 24 at the Cal Brand Meeting Room in City Hall. This is the second opportunity for the public to hear alternatives research
Now in its 9th year, the Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowship program was established to reward creativity, and to encourage emerging and established individual artists by supporting their artistic development in order to increase awareness of contemporary art in the Midwest. The Fe
The Columbus Area Arts Council is in the process of raising $5,000 for our permanent endowment fund and we need your help to make it happen! Earlier this year we were selected to participate in the 2013 Endowment Building Challenge from Heritage Fund, The Community Foundation of Barth
The Bartholomew County Historical Society is opening Otis’ Emporium, the new museum shop at the Haw Creek Heritage Center at 111 Aiken Street in Hope. Otis’ Emporium, named for one of the original items donated to the society in 1920, will open in April highlighting handmade items
The Columbus Area Arts Council has selected eight large-scale outdoor sculptures for inclusion in the 2014 Columbus Indiana Sculpture Biennial. The works will be installed in June at various locations throughout the Columbus Arts District, creating a dynamic physical experience with p
Columbus Area Arts Council enhances the quality of life in the community–stimulating community interest in art, fostering creation and inquiry throughout Columbus, and leading a vibrant arts culture tied to our unique history.