Viewpoints: Murals by Young Professional Working Artists

February 27th, 2014  |  Published in Announcements

The Short North Alliance and 11 partner galleries and art institutions with the support of the Create Columbus Commission present the second iteration of the highly popular Short North Temporary Mural Series. The exhibition, titled Viewpoints: Murals by Young Professional Working Artists, with openings at each participating gallery in the Short North Arts District.

All participating artists are either young professional artists under the age of 40 or are young at heart emerging artists who regularly support and mentor artists under 40. The series as a whole showcases works that reflect the individual perspectives or viewpoints of these artists.

The murals are installed on the exterior brick facades of 11 buildings along High Street in the Short North Arts District. They are produced in partnership with Orange Barrel Media and consist of high resolution images of art works that are printed on vinyl and heat-adhered to buildings. The process results in a work of art that looks painted on the building.

The opening is 5:30 PM-8:00 PM February 28 opening at each participating gallery to share their insights on the experiences of young professional working artists in Columbus, Ohio. Create Columbus Commission President Kevin Tyler and City Council Representatives will kick off the opening with remarks at Brandt-Roberts Galleries, located at 642 N High St, Columbus, OH 43215.

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