About Indiana Artisan IN Columbus Art Show

For the first time in the organization's history, Indiana Artisan is presenting a members' show somewhere other than Indianapolis or Fort Wayne. The show opens at the Columbus Learning Center on June 1 and it runs until mid-August. More than 100 works by artists from Lake Michigan to the Ohio River are part of the first-time exhibit that helps celebrate the Columbus Area Bicentennial. Indiana Artisan IN Columbus will display some of the state’s best paintings, art glass, stoneware, fiber art, woodworking and more. Admission is free. The show will be on display throughout the summer at the Columbus Learning Center, 4522 Central Ave., Columbus. Hours are 7:00am to 8:00pm Monday to Thursday and 7:00am to 5:00pm on Friday. The facility is closed on Saturday and Sunday. Art will be for sale, giving collectors an opportunity to add top-quality, Indiana-made work to their collections. For more information, contact Indiana Artisan Director Rosalyn Demaree at 317-964-9455, and for a list of participating artists, visit the IA site at https://indianaartisan.org.