Saturday, January 9, 2010

Arts Alley Invites Proposals

The Arts Initiative and South Campus Gateway are teaming up to create \"Arts Alley,\" conception of the Arts Initiative's aborning artist program fashioned to help creative, talented entrepreneurial artists compose their lives and create impact in Columbus. The partnership provides aborning artists with programming and flat space in the Gateway, starting this fall, with the intention of artists antiquity community, exhibiting and selling artwork, performing, teaching and offering open lectures and/or flat talks. An covering for acquirable space for aborning artists is acquirable now; deadline for proposals is Sept 7. To access the covering and related list of guidelines.

Notable News

Twenty river open school teachers are back from their activate to Stratford-upon-Avon, UK, (above) where they spent a hebdomad exploring experiential activity techniques with the Royal Shakespeare Company actors and educators. Their trip, and a related hebdomad of workshops at river State, are conception of the partnership between OSU and the RSC. If you haven't seen the blog detailing their experiences, click here.

An opening getting for Window of Hope, an exhibition at the Fresh A.I.R. Gallery in downtown Columbus, is tonight (Aug 24), 5:30-7 pm. The exhibit includes works by 16 women living at the YWCA Columbus Women's Residency, and is a window for sharing images of their hope, survival and strength. The exhibition runs through Aug 28 at the gallery, 131 N High St. For info, call 744-8110.

Feed your Soul, a benefit for Available Light Theatre, is Sat, Aug 29, 6:30-9:30 pm at the Riffe Center's Studio 2. Hors d'oeuvres, performances and a silent auction are included; performance entertainer is Karen Bell, associate vice president, the Arts Initiative. For listing information.