May 30, 2023
JUNE EXHIBITIONS IN THE SHORT NORTH ARTS DISTRICT
Get ready to immerse yourself in the rich artistic culture of the Short North Arts District with June exhibtions at local galleries.
Local galleries in the Short North Arts District will showcase a diverse array of exhibitions and events including new artworks at Hammond Harkins, Sharon Weiss Gallery, Brandt-Roberts Galleries, and Studio on High Gallery.
Scroll down to learn more about each exhibitions, gallery hours and more!
SAVE ON PARKING DURING YOUR VISIT TO THE DISTRICT
Parking in the Short North Arts District is now free for the first hour when you park here and shop at participating businesses. Valid 9-5PM, 7 days a week!
Visit www.shortnorth.org/parking to learn more about participating businesses
JUNE GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
83 Gallery | 26 E 5th Ave.
During the May Gallery Hop, 83 Gallery, will showcase over 180 pieces of local artwork from 66 different artists. Stop by, enjoy a glass of Mead, and support local artists.
Brandt-Roberts Galleries | 642 N High St.
For June, Brandt-Roberts Galleries shall be showcasing an assortment of work, featuring pieces from each of the artists on their roster. The exhibition will include several pieces of art from their May feature exhibit “Outside In, Inside Out”.
Hammond Harkins Galleries | 641 N High St
Hammond Harkins Galleries celebrates a great tradition that champions new voices and cross-cultural exchange. Since 1995, the Greater Columbus Arts Council and State of Saxony have sponsored artists to travel to their respective Sister City (either Dresden, Germany or Columbus) for a residency for up to three months. Several Hammond Harkins artists have received the distinction and are gathered together for the first time to commemorate their achievements.
Stop in, discover a breadth of talent, and see how art flourishes when one honors the vocation of the artist.
Marcia Evans Gallery | 8 E Lincoln St.
Stop by Marcia Evans Gallery during the June to see their solo show for Columbus artist Betsy DeFusco. This exhibit explores DeFusco’s walks through German Village during the Pandemic, with many photos of flowers and plants as subjects for her paintings.
Pizzuti Collection of the Columbus Museum of Art | 632 Park St
Pizzuti Collection of the Columbus Museum of Art
“Greater Columbus” features work by artists in central Ohio who have been recognized for their outstanding talent. The exhibition represents a continuing partnership between the Columbus Museum of Art (CMA) and the Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC). Featured artists include Hannah Parrett, Benedict Scheuer, Matelli Graves, Roger Beebe, George Rush, and Joshua Penrose. Presented biennially, “Greater Columbus” features work by outstanding artists based in central Ohio.
Also on view: “Was It Your Trigger Finger?” featuring work by artist Bobby T. Luck. Focusing on decolonizing modern imagery and media, Luck’s work re-imagines globalization and the self by breaking down diplomatic and emotional borders through film, collage, and sculpture.
Pizzuti Collection of the Columbus Museum of Art April Gallery Hop hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sean Christopher Gallery Ohio | 815 N High St. Ste H
Sean Christopher Gallery Ohio continues their Sixth Annual Old School Invitational with a closing reception during the June Gallery Hop from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. This show features nine former Columbus College of Art and Design students all of whom arrived on the art school’s campus for their freshman year in 1973.
Sharon Weiss Gallery | 20 E Lincoln St.
Stopy by Sharon Weiss Gallery for Linda Langhorst’s solo exhibition titled “Paintings of the Natural World”. Langhorst, perhaps best known for her images of the OSU marching band and the Blues Highway, shifted her focus to landscapes after celebrating her 60th birthday in Zion National Park. R&B Soul band Columbus Soul and Salvage will be featured at the reception.
The Little Blue House by Sharon Weiss Gallery | 24 E Lincoln St.
Stop in The Little Blue House by Sharon Weiss Gallery. There are four working studios and two galleries where you can talk to the artists while they paint.
Studios On High Gallery | 686 N. High St.
Studio on High features Jen McCracken is drawn to the forms created by the intersections of roots and branches. She sees a vulnerability in these shapes because they often seem human… the roots reach out like hands, holding on to the remaining side of an eroding ravine. This fight for survival reflects the human struggle. Things decay and erode, yet we cling to what is left, hoping to live another day.
OTHER GALLERY HOP EVENTS
Art Spot | See Map for Locations
Art lovers are encouraged to explore Art Spot, a collection of 13 window installations designed by Columbus-area artists located throughout the Short North Arts District and Downtown Columbus. Each installation is designed around the theme of Climate Conversations, encouraging conversations about the climate crisis and the role of art in science communication.
Four Art Spot installations are located in the Short North Arts District between E. 4th Ave. and W. 2nd Ave. along High St. Art Spot is a project of the Greater Columbus Art Council. For more information about participating artists and locations, visit columbusmakesart.com/artspot.
GALLERY HOP SPONSORS
Gallery Hop is an event of the Short North Alliance and made possible with support from our sponsors: