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Columbus Printed Arts Center Invites you to save the date for our inaugural programming season:
What is the Difference Between Playing and Working?; an unfolding of experimental programs exploring the three key tenets of our organization: Education (I), Community(II), and Artist Resources (III).
News from Gologonooza; Æthelred Eldrige and Instructions for Imaginative Living.
Featuring works by Æthelred Eldrige, He was an academic and avant-garde painter and Associate Professor at the Ohio University School of Art from 1957 until 2014. He is best known for his black and white art accompanied by esoteric writings inspired by William Blake, and the founding of a “Church of William Blake” not far from his home in Athens, Ohio. This exhibition will highlight self-published and printed works, relief plates, archival photographs, wood carvings, audio recordings and other ephemera produced by him, Alexandra and others on the grounds of Gologonnoza.
Please join us for the Opening Reception: Saturday, September 21st | 6-9pm
Address: The Fort, 2000 S High St, Columbus Ohio 43207 \ https://www.thefortcolumbus.com/
There is free parking available at 2050 S High St!
Art After Hours events are shared here to inform the artists we support about additional ways they can get involved in the local arts community.