• Dogwood Festival,  Exhibits

    5K Urban Art Walk

    Saturday May 3, 2-5pm as part of Dogwood Festival 2014 The 29th annual Dogwood Festival celebrates the richness and diversity of the Coshocton County visual arts scene with a new 5K Urban Art Walk event.  The Walk will wend a way through downtown Coshocton, across the three rivers, to Roscoe Village with stops at six arts venues. From 2-5pm Saturday, May 3, a selection of food will be served at each stop to keep walkers (or drivers as the case may be) energized. The local shopping experience thrives on the personalities of the staff.  Trekkers will not be disappointed here; all proprietors on this walk are artists in their own…

  • Exhibits

    Returning to First Principles

    We invite the community to come view Tim Frank’s work and talk with this accomplished designer/site specific artist @ the opening party of  RETURNING TO FIRST PRINCIPLES an exhibit of design drawings and models FRIDAY March 21 | 5:30-7pm The exhibit runs through April 26 in conjunction with the artPARK design project. The design team will be on hand at the opening. Come and share your thoughts and ideas about the design of a very prominent space in downtown Coshocton. Artist Statement My working methodology begins with systematic site investigations of things like patterns of daylight, prevailing winds, and temperature gradients in order to reveal the fundamental relationships that play out locally…

  • Exhibits

    Little Personal Stories

    opening party FRIDAY FEB. 21 | 5:30-7pm with artist Julian Dassai the exhibit runs through March 16 also showing: Andy Scott BANNED TO OBSCURITY This one room exhibit features 5 original ink drawings featured in  (614) Magazine‘s illustrated interview cartoon, THE COLUMBUSONIAN. The drawings will hang alongside their matching full-color print pages.  The exhibition coincides with our cartooning workshop LITTLE SOCIAL HISTORIES led by the artist. Julian Dassai is a cartoonist, illustrator, and musician who was raised in Athens, Greece. He currently writes and draws The Columbusonian, an interview comic featured in 614 Magazine, a local Columbus, Ohio publication. Since 2008, Julian has taught workshops in comic book writing and drawing for the Wexner…