Front Row Center Newsletter from the Greater Columbus Arts Counsil
Small Arts Organizations Thrive in This Big City
Sally Sugar

Entrepreneurs find fertile ground in Columbus, and nowhere is that more evident than the arts community. This capital city is home to numerous grassroots and small arts organizations that have a wide variety of missions and inspiring visions, but share a common bond—the ability to grow and prosper with limited resources.

The Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus (CGMC), Ohio Art League (OAL), Available Light Theatre (AVLT), Creative Arts of Women (CAW) and ROY G BIV Gallery are just five examples of organizations that have managed to leverage their resources to become dynamic players in the city’s arts scene.

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Big Bugs at the Franklin Park Conservatory Artist Profile
Brian Williams Headshot fine artist, graphic designer, and educator
Brian Williams

For this issue, Lacey Luce, our marketing, communications and events strategist, interviewed  Brian Williams, a fine artist, graphic designer and educator, to discuss his latest series of portraits, his partnership with German poet Mikael Vogel, and selfies with Tesla.

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Sneak Peek

The Arts Initiative Presents Open This End: Contemporary Art from the Collection of Blake Byrne

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ProMusica Chamber Orchestra Presents Summer Music Series

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ReelAbilities Columbus Talks the Talk and Walks the Walk

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GCAC appreciates and acknowledges support from: City of Columbus, Franklin County and the Ohio Arts Council.

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