Located at the corner of Broad Street and Cleveland Avenue in Downtown Columbus you’ll find the Washington Gladden Social Justice Park. It outlines the past achievements of the social justice movement. Detailed information about the park and its message can be found on the official website here: https://www.socialjusticepark.org/
Three Columbus parks and the Main Metropolitan Library have nearly 3 dozen balanced, suspended art pieces for your viewing pleasure until March 1, 2020. These art pieces and installation were the work of Polish artist Jerzy Joptka Kedziora. Along with the Main Library, Schiller, Thurber and Livingston Parks hold the totality of the suspended art….
Cosplay. If you love to see the creativity of people expressed in how they custom build outfits of their favorite characters, then Wizard World is for you! 2019 was another stellar year for the cosplayers in Columbus. Below is just a tasing of the great creations we saw this year!
Check out our coverage of the annual Reynoldsburg 5k Heroes for Heroes obstacle course!
The Ohio Cup is one of the nation’s largest vintage base ball festivals. More than 30 teams from across the nation will come to Ohio Village on Labor Day weekend to play and share the experience of 1860s-style base ball with you.
A 2-Day arts festival organized by the Franklinton Arts District. Urban Scrawl has been an annual event since 2007, featuring art murals from over 60 local artists. This is one of central Ohio’s largest urban renewal projects.
Check out what is new for 2019!
A Drink and Click event is where photographers, models, local business and camera companies come together for shoot.
These events travel all over, so check out the site to see if one is coming near you!
This Drink and Click was held at the BrewDog establishment in Franklinton, Columbus, OH and sponsored by Midwest Photo Exchange and Fujifilm USA.