Category: Carnegie Gallery


Staff art show opens July 15

Columbus Metropolitan Library’s Arts & Media Division and the Friends of the Library proudly present the Staff Art Show. The show will feature original works of art by CML staff members. Work will be selected through a blind jury process…

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Borrowed Words

Friends of the Library and ROY G BIV are pleased to announce their latest exhibit: Borrowed Words. It is an exhibition exploring the use of words as visual and appropriated elements. The words in these artworks are “borrowed” from such…

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Art in the House: Global Vessels

The Friends of the Library and Greater Columbus Arts Council are proud to present artwork by Art in the House, an out of school time arts program for children 5-11 years old. The work featured in this show is inspired…

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YOU, ME & WE: Investigating Identity

Join the Friends of the Library for our next exhibit in the Main Library’s Carnegie Gallery (2nd floor) featuring artwork from Columbus Torah Academy students in grades K-5. The work reflects students’ perceptions of themselves and offers viewers a window into the…

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Local “character” on display in current Carnegie Gallery exhibit

Definitions of Character: Self-Portraits by Creative Arts of Women (CAW)   The Friends of the Library is pleased to present CAW’s first-ever exhibition, which introduces more than 35 of the group’s artists to the community through portraiture.  CAW is a collective of women who…

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