Columbus Arts Council presents Ghosts and Legends Tour 2013
Date(s) - 11/08/2013-11/09/2013
Rosenzweig Arts Center
Ghosts and Legends Tour 2013
Friday, November 8 & Saturday, November 9
Tours beginning at 6 PM, 6:30 PM, 7:30 PM and 8 PM departing from Tennessee Williams Home & Welcome Center located at 300 Main Street
Embark on an escorted bus tour through Columbus’ haunted past with Ghosts and Legends, Friday, November 8 & Saturday, November 9. Tours beginning at 6 PM, 6:30 PM, 7:30 PM and 8 PM departing from Tennessee Williams Home & Welcome Center located at 300 Main Street. Advanced tickets are recommended and can be purchased at the Columbus Arts Council for $10. Join us for a journey of history, mystery and imagination into Columbus’ past. Tours are new each year with more stories about Columbus’ haunted past.
ARTfordable submissions must be delivered no later than 5 PM, November 2, 2013.
Artists are allowed to submit up to six pieces to be included in this November/December show. All pieces must be priced at $100 or less. For more information regarding this open call please visit our website at www.columbus-arts.org or email Aislinn Noltie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more open call artist opportunities please visit our “get involved” section of the Columbus Arts Council website and click on the artist opportunities tab.
Deck the Holiday Card Art Contest submissions are due no later than 5 PM, Saturday, November 2. For application and more information regarding this art contest please visit our website at www.columbus-arts.org.
Elegant pearl and crystal necklace class will take place Tuesday, November 12 and Thursday, November 14 from 6-8 PM at the Rosenzweig Arts Center Gallery. Pre-registration is required as we have to order materials. If interested call 662-328-2787 to sign up today. Create and take home your very own elegant necklace for only $45.
October Gallery exhibits: “Vibrations of Color by Kennith Humphrey and “Hands in Action” by West Lowndes Elementary art students is in its final week of exhibition. If you have yet to see either one of these shows be sure to visit the gallery anytime Tuesday-Saturday from 9-5 PM this week. The next gallery exhibits will be ARTfordable: Artwork priced at $100 or less and the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Golden Triangle.
Tickets are available for the Cash at Christmas Raffle!
The Columbus Arts Council’s Cash at Christmas Raffle gives you an opportunity to win $5,000 in cash while supporting the Columbus Arts Council.
One ticket for $50 or 3 for $100.
All proceeds will be used to support the cultural arts for all members of the community. Your purchase enables the CAC to continue to expand our existing programs and bring new programs to fruition.
Winner announced during Wassail Fest, December 6, 2013, 7:45 PM at the Rosenzweig Arts Center. Attendance is not required. Come early to enjoy Wassail, holiday shopping and one of a kind gifts at the Columbus Arts Council.
You can purchase tickets from a Columbus Arts Council Board Member, at the RAC or by clicking the PayPal link on the front page of our website.
Now Showing in the Gallery “Vibrations of Color” by Kennith Humphrey
Kennith currently resides in Vicksburg, Mississippi, the town of his birth. But in his thirty something years, he has lived in New York, St. Louis, Denver, Mobile, and Baton Rouge working along the way as a carpenter, shingler for Sears, electronic technician, tower climber, and landscaper. His journey as an artist began at home in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
“My whole family is very creative,” Kennith says. Among the art that hung on the walls of his childhood home was a painting by an uncle, which made the idea of being an artist realistic and attainable. Outside the home, he did not find as much enthusiasm for his dream. He feels he was held back in grammar school because he was much more interested in drawing and painting than the more mundane lessons his teachers had to offer. As he aged, his passion continued for art rather than studies.
Describing himself as a self-taught artist, he found a mentor in his half brother, the late William Tolliver, a successful artist. “He showed me a lot of things about painting.”
The subject matter of most of Kennith’s oils on canvas and pastel/acrylics on paper are African-American figures involved in the activities of daily life working, loving, playing music, and just living. But the people depicted are not ordinary in appearance. Stylized, sometimes cubist, the way they embody the emotion of their activity elevates them to iconic or mythic proportions. “What I paint depends on my emotions that day.”
Artist Alley features artwork from Katie McDill’s West Lowndes Elementary Art Students in an exhibit titled “Hands in Action.” “Oscar the Owl” by Santoria Malone, 3rd Grade & “Scary Scarecrow” by Antonio Rice, 1st Grade.
Deck the Holiday Card Art Contest Winner will be the official 2013 Columbus Arts Council Holiday Card
More artist open call opportunities…
Three open call shows that will be happening at the Columbus Arts Council between November 2013 and January 2014.
The first is our annual “ARTfordable” show that will hang in our main gallery during November and December. Artists are allowed to submit up to six pieces, each priced $100 or below.
The second is “Picture Columbus” which will hang in Artist Alley during December. Artists are allowed to submit up to two pieces, both of which must embody Columbus in some way (paintings/photographs of Columbus, sculptures made out of items found around Columbus, etc.)
The third is a civil rights themed open call which will hang in Artist Alley in January. Artists are allowed to submit up to two pieces for this show that answer the question, “If you had to march on Washington in 2014, what would you march for?”
Entry forms for these open calls, can be found at our website at www.columbus-arts.org.
Questions? Contact Aislinn Noltie at email@example.com