June 5, 2014
An exhibit of Book Art from the students of the Herron School of Art & Design, IUPUI in Indianapolis
The exhibit is free and open to the public for viewing in the cases on the second floor of The Commons, 300 Washington Street, Columbus, Indiana, from May 28 through June 30, whenever the Commons is not reserved for private events. The public is invited to meet the artists to learn more about their work at a reception in their honor on Tuesday, June 24, 6:00–7:30 PM at the upper level of the Commons.
Artists are being sought for the annual Déjà Vu Art and Fine Craft Show, which will be held at The Commons in Columbus, Indiana on Saturday, November 15, 2014. Because the show is held in celebration of America Recycles Day, all work exhibited is to be made of, at least in part, scrap or repurposed materials. A few applicants who create their work from natural or sustainable materials will be accepted as well.
Those who are interested in exhibiting are to submit digital photos and an application in order to be juried. Deadline for applications is June 17. Artists will be notified of the jury results by July 8. A booth rental fee of $85 must be paid by July 22. To download more information and an application, visithttp://www.kid-at-art.com/htdoc/dejavuentry2014.html. Entry forms can also be picked up at the Columbus Area Arts Council offices located at 300 Washington Street, Columbus. Those with questions may call the Arts Council at (812) 376-2539.
In addition to Columbus Area Arts Council, sponsors include the Bartholomew County Solid Waste Management District, Columbus Area Visitors Center, Hotel Indigo, Papa’s Deli/Papa’s Grill, Pentzer Printing, and Puccini’s.
The Columbus Area Arts Council is a public, not-for-profit corporation supported by private donations, the City of Columbus, the State of Indiana through the Indiana Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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The free outdoor concert series will be held in the 300 block of Washington Street. Concerts begin at 5:30 PM on the first Thursday of the month, June through September. The series is offered at no cost to the community through the generous financial support of JCB.
2014 marks the return of JCB NeighborFEST to its original location, outside in the 300 block of Washington Street. The move from Fourth Street reopens connections to The Commons and kidscommons and allows for easier access to the playground [in The Commons], creating a more family-friendly environment.
Thursday, June 5: Tad Robinson opens up the season. Known as one of the finest living singers of soul blues, Robinson has been nominated for a total of seven Blues Music Awards since 2005.
Thursday, July 10: NOTE this concert falls on the second Thursday of July due to the July 4 holiday. Formed in 2006, Barometer Soup is a regional act that plays a mix of rock, Motown, country, and island cover tunes. The band takes its name from the 1995 Jimmy Buffett album, Barometer Soup.
Thursday, August 7: My Yellow Rickshaw makes their Columbus debut. Popular in the Indianapolis music scene, My Yellow Rickshaw plays a little bit of everything, from Skynard to Usher, Zac Brown Band to Miley, and The Temptations to Bieber. The band was named by two of its founding members after returning from a trip to India, where they befriended a man who drove a yellow rickshaw for a living.
Thursday, September 4: Terry Lee and the Rockaboogie Band wraps up the 2014 JCB NeighborFEST season with a high energy, first class show built around the lightning fast piano pumpin’, rockaboogie playing of London, England’s Terry Lee. Audience members will be able to jive, bop, two step, and sing the night away.
For additional information about this program or any other Arts Council programs, visit www.artsincolumbus.org or call 812.376.2539.