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J. Mike Welton reviews Palladian Models, Democratic Principles, and the Conflict of Ideals, a new exhibition exploring Thomas Jefferson’s democratic architecture—and the enslaved people who built it.
Belgian-Beninese photographer Fabrice Monteiro’s The Prophecy is a multiyear project created to raise awareness about the environment and consequences of mass consumption. The series of 13 large-scale photographs, set mostly in Africa, will be on view at the Chazen Museum of Art from Oct. 5, 2019-Jan. 5, 2020.
Over 80 objects from around the world, from antiquity to the present – including paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, photographs and multimedia – collectively illuminate the role that art plays in shaping our perceptions and experiences of illness and healing.
The Eskenazi Museum has completed a $30 million renovation of its acclaimed I. M. Pei-designed building, which was inaugurated in 1982 and features the architect’s signature triangles and light-filled atrium. When it reopens, the newly renovated museum will be an enhanced teaching resource for Indiana University and southern Indiana, dedicated to engaging students, faculty, artists, scholars, alumni and the wider public through the cultivation of new ideas and scholarship.
A new state-of-the-art facility named for Columbus native and noted restaurant developer Cameron Mitchell opened August 12. The building is expected to double the Columbus State Community College’s Hospitality and Culinary Arts enrollment capacity.
Columbus Museum of Art celebrates watercolorist Alice Schille’s role in American art history.
Mind-bending floral works by surrealist master Salvador Dalí will form the foundation of a vibrant new exhibit and garden installation at the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.