In March, when a 100-year pandemic shuttered museums, music venues, theaters, dance troupes and more, the arts community was thrust into full-on crisis mode.
Still, artists of all stripes found endless and creative ways to connect people to art.
Columbus’ largest annual arts event, which typically brings more than 400,000 downtown each June, starts Friday with a virtual reboot.
Today on “All Sides with Ann Fisher:” The arts community’s recovery process and path forward.
- Tom Katzenmeyer, president and CEO, Greater Columbus Arts Council
- Shelbi Harris-Roseboro, mural artist
- Jennifer Hambrick, WOSU Classical 101 midday host
- Janet Chen, CEO, ProMusica Chamber Orchestra
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