Let’s raise a glass together and celebrate.
Please join us as we toast a stellar year of incredible growth and fantastic programming. We want to express our gratitude to you – our members, supporters, and friends. Your support has helped us expand our programs so we can better serve our community. We are grateful for your belief in our work and proud to have you with us as we explore the world of contemporary art.
Please RSVP to Mark Zuzik, Programs Coordinator, at email@example.com or 614-300-3542.
Join us for the final Family Day of the year! We have been so proud and grateful for the opportunity to share our exhibitions with the community. Offering parents, children, and families the chance to gather together and explore some of the world’s best contemporary art is a true honor, and we want to thank you for your support throughout this year.
Our final art-filled day features guided children’s tours at 11:30AM, 1:30PM, and 3:30PM and an art inspired scavenger hunt. Each child will also be given a sketchbook to create their own masterpieces.
The Bexley Public Library will also be here to share their favorite Cuban-inspired stories for storytelling at 1:00PM and 2:00PM. We will also have Cuban-themed coloring sheets! Explore all three floors of our space featuring the radical and refined beauty of Cuba.
And a big thanks to the Big Lots Foundation which makes complimentary admission possible for our Family Day Series!
2016 Family Days: Dec 3
Join us in welcoming internationally acclaimed artist Sandra Ramos for an inspiring evening. Explore the remarkable exhibition and hear about her work and life as a Cuban artist.
Sandra Ramos is of a generation of artists from Havana whose works potently refer to the dream and reality of exile and the emotional scarring and loss of family ties and friendship as a result of the continuing flow of refugees from Cuba. She portrays herself in much of her work as a Cuban school girl, using the genre of self-portraiture to contemplate the humor, challenge, and possibility of life in Cuba.
Complimentary admission for Pizzuti Collection members and students
SPACE IS LIMITED AND AN RSVP IS REQUIRED
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-300-3542
This exhibition is sponsored in part by
Rick & Sara Mershad
Joel & Jessie Pizzuti
Cary & Sally Crane Cox
Crabbe, Brown & James
Larry & Donna James
In October, join us for an exciting international trip to London, timed to coincide with the Frieze Art Fair. This whirlwind trip offers a truly VIP insider’s view of the contemporary art world with special highlights and opportunities. Travelers will experience the best of the London art scene, meeting with gallerists, artists, collectors, and curators, and viewing the best the city has to offer including the National Gallery and the Tate Modern.
Please contact Mark Zuzik at 614-300-3542 or email@example.com for more information.
Join us for the member opening of our next exhibition Cuban Forever Revisited, a return to the radical and refined beauty of Cuba. The remarkable exhibition will feature approximately 70 works including paintings, prints, photography, sculpture, and video. The show will present new acquisitions from the collection of Ron and Ann Pizzuti and a selection of works from the Mershad Family Collection, which includes examples from mid-20th century (and pre-revolutionary) Cuba.
RSVP to Mark Zuzik at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-300-3542.
Sponsored in part by:
Rick & Sara Mershad, Joel & Jessie Pizzuti, Larry & Donna James, and Crabbe, Brown & James
The second edition of the Social Commentary Through Art and Media will once again bring together leaders of our community to open up frank dialog about the challenges our communities face and the role contemporary art plays in impacting social change. The discussion will explore issues that are particularly American and tragically timely: gun violence, school shootings, and contemporary masculinity.
Community leaders Suzanne Roberts, James A. White Sr., and Sierra Austin will lead a conversation on these issues with our current exhibition Robert Beck | Robert Buck: States of America serving as the starting point; the drawings, sculpture, video and installation work reflect the artist’s sensitive investigations into how we respond to the diverse social and cultural challenges today.
Art has the unique ability to reflect our contemporary experiences, and this series aims to expand our mission to provide opportunities to foster cultural understanding through the arts. While there is much more work to do be done, we believe that open conversation and dialogue is integral to the health of our communities. We invite members of the community to visit the exhibition and come together in contemplation and conversation.
Space is limited and RSVP is required.
Admission is regular cost to visit the Pizzuti Collection: $12 Adult, $10 Seniors, and students are always free. You will be free to explore the exhibitions before and after the event. RSVP to Mark Zuzik, Programs Coordinator at 614-300-3542 or email@example.com
Join us in welcoming Chilean artist Patricia Dominguez for a special artist talk and preview of her large-scale video installation. Eres un Princeso is a rich and compelling video which is an investigation of Spanish horses once owned by Colombian drug lords. The work reflects upon the meanings invested in the animals as powerful possessions and remnants of a colonial past. Not only do the horses take on a quasi-mythical status thanks to their associations with a criminal culture, they are celebrated for their otherness as animals that differ due to their gait and style of presentation.
RECEPTION FOR ARTIST IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWS
Complimentary for Pizzuti Collection members and students
Space is limited and an RSVP is required
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
The exhibition is sponsored in part by Carolyn McCall & David Renner, Corde Robinson & Grant Morrow, Judi & Jim Stillwell, Cathe Kobacker, Michael Rayden & Diane Nye, and the Greater Columbus Arts Council and city of Columbus