Now at 411:
411 Sixth Street
Utopian Visions by the New Harmony Clay Project
Entanglements by Docey Lewis
October 7–November 28, 2021
A community project by Turning Point
Month of October
50/50 – A Community Art Project
December 17–February 20, 2022
Anchor, Move, Connect: Henry Moore's Large Arch
August 12–September 26, 2021
number of pieces by Jennefer Hoffmann
Frosted Flakes by Tess Michalik
Felsic Morphology by Malcolm Mobutu Smith
April 29–June 25, 2021
by Docey Lewis
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by the New Harmony Clay Project
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On view: October 7–November 28, 2021
Gallery hours: Fridays, 12:00–4:00 pm or by appointment.
Contact Susana Villegas, firstname.lastname@example.org.
10 guests at a time; masks required.
In the Community Studio:
A community project by Turning Point Domestic Violence Services
On view through the month of October
About the Gallery
411 is a community arts gallery and cultural space for exhibitions, events, and collaborations with Columbus’ arts and cultural organizations.
Managed by the Columbus Area Arts Council, 411 is made possible by grants from the Efroymson Family Fund, City of Columbus, Columbus Museum of Art & Design and by donations from the community.
The 411 Community Studio is a flexible space for youth arts and emerging creatives to work, meet and collaborate. Made of custom plywood panels and built-in furniture, the space is meant to evolve as artists work with the community to reimagine the exhibition wall into temporary installations. The Community Studio is part of the Columbus Area Arts Council's inaugural residency project and was made possible through generous support from Heritage Fund: The Community Foundation of Bartholomew County.
Learning Patterns Mural
Expanding on LAA Office's research into the design and construction of the Cleo Rogers Memorial Library, Learning Patterns reinterprets historic diagrams used for organizing the library's furniture layouts. A mural installed on the gallery's east facade creates a larger composition that celebrates an important part of Columbus' design heritage. Funding for the mural was generously provided by the Columbus Museum of Art & Design.