At this year’s Columbus Arts Festival, the Short North Arts District will be featuring an installation by ROY G BIV Gallery artist Brittni Stump. The District will also have a few great gifts for you or a loved one at the booth.

Brittni is a textile artist who is excited by repurposing discarded materials from everyday life. Manipulating objects like receipts, plastic bags, parking tickets, and cassette tape, she then lays her seemingly mundane treasures in a wash of bright colors. Stump applies her unconventional materials to traditional textile techniques, such as hand weaving, coiling and embroidery. Her latest approach has been constructing soft fiber sculptures from her weavings; continuing her play with form, material, and color off of the loom.

Visit the Short North Arts District booth to find out more about arts throughout the neighborhood, including the new Art Trail, purchase limited edition Short North Arts District throwback tees designed by HOMAGE and tote bags, and pick up District maps and literature.The Columbus Arts Festival is happening June 9-11.

Continue your arts experience even after you leave the the Columbus Arts Festival by heading to the Short North Arts District galleries. To make the trip quick and easy, catch the free CBUS circulator that will take you from downtown to the District. For a downloadable map of the Short North Galleries, click here.   Click here for a map of our Six in the Short North Short North Temporary Mural Series and the Short North Arts District Art Trail.