T-minus 4 days!

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Never fear! There’s still time to register for Ohio Made Vendor Booths and the Juried Art Exhibition, but you’ve only got until Sunday (Aug 3) at 11:59 pm!

Don’t miss the chance to be a part of the great celebration that is Ohio Made: All- Ohio Arts Festival this September at the historic Ohio Village. The Ohio Made Festival is not only a celebration of local art, but of art enthusiasts and patrons as well. The Award Reception for the Juried Exhibition, held the night before the festival (Sept. 26), will include catered h’orderves by Cameron Mitchell, music, art raffle, honorary awards celebration, and local artists. 

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Exceptional, local food, art, music, and atmosphere are but a few of the perks to signing up-or even attending- the Ohio Made festival on September 27. We are excited to be honoring Barb Vogel and Kojo Kamau; two accomplished Ohio artists that have been recognized as ‘elders’ in the art community. Their hard works and creativity will be credited in the VIP recognition ceremony, and if your works are chosen, you’ll be exhibiting right alongside them!

No matter what artists, demonstrators or crafters sign up for, opportunities for awards are bountiful! Notable local artists will be specially recognized and awards will be given for top entries:

  • The Artistic Accomplishments in Ohio Award
  • Juror’s Choice Awards
  • People’s Choice Award in Best Art in Exhibition
  • People’s Choice Award in Best Booth Setup

 If you’re interested in attending the Awards Reception on September 26 from 6- 9 pm, tickets and/or sponsorship tables may be purchase for the reception. We, of course, appreciate all the donations.

$60 Single Ticket/$110 for a pair with 2 drink tickets
Click the image below to visit the Ohio Made Facebook Page!
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Take a few minutes and look over the details for all the awesome stuff we’ll have going on, and sign up before August 3rd

Free Last Saturday Demo at Glass Axis


Every last Saturday of the month, Glass Axis in Columbus presents free demonstrations. Watch as an artist makes their personal best in these in-depth demonstrations. This month, Sten Neuber shows the step-by-step process and finesse of creating glass art. Neuber, who has been working with glass for over a decade, uses various pick-up techniques to create peanut and other nut-shaped vessels. 


“My work on my own time is very inspired by nature,” says Neuber, “mostly by animals but also the funny things in life that remind me of animals.”

Don’t miss Sten Neuber, this Saturday, May 31 from 4- 6 in the evening at Glass Axis


Visit the Glass Axis home page to see what other great events they have to offer!