Exhibit Columbus: A Feast for the Eyes

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Closing out the summer, a three-month celebration of art, architecture and community begins August 26. Exhibit Columbus – a must-see for design aficionados – will feature more than 15 temporary installations of architecture and art. The event will pair new works by five internationally known artists with Columbus’ time-honored treasures. For example, an ultra-modern vision of a wigwam by Native American architect Chris Cornelius of studio:indigenous will share space with the First Christian Church designed by Eliel Saarinen.

“Exhibit Columbus is something special – a game-changer,” Erin Hawkins, marketing director for the Columbus Visitors Center, says of this feast for the eyes. “This is going to be architecture on steroids.”

See more summer events at columbus.in.us.

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