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Five Things to Do this Week: October 17 - October 24

Five Things to Do this Week: October 17 - October 24

1. Paul-Henri Bourguignon: A Fiftieth Anniversary Retrospective (Oct. 17 – Jan. 18) Columbus Museum of Art, 480 E. Broad St. Belgian visual artist Paul-Henri Bourguignon is the subject of a new exhibition at the museum – just as he was in 1964. http://www.columbusmuseum.org...

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Fine Arts Friends

Fine Arts Friends

The Greater Columbus Arts Council will present awards to top arts partners in the central-Ohio community Oct. 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at COSI. Going on its 31st year, GCAC will recognize those who help give life to the arts in Columbus through financial support, noncash contributions,...

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Five Things to Do this Week: October 10 - October 17

Five Things to Do this Week: October 10 - October 17

1. Landfall (Oct. 11, 8 p.m.) Wexner Center for the Arts, 1871 N. High St. New music group the Kronos Quartet teams up with composer, musician and performance artist Laurie Anderson for this spectacle of music, storytelling and multimedia. http://www.wexarts.org   2. Jim Arter:...

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Shifting Landscape

Shifting Landscape

McEwan celebrates 30 years in the Columbus art scene

Three’s a Crowd

Three’s a Crowd

Ballet, opera and symphony team up for tour de force Twisted

Be Still

Be Still

Flowers, vases and textiles are the vehicles for painter’s fascination with color and light

Styled World

Styled World

Artists, collectors, administrators and a former Buckeye discuss their – and Columbus’ – style

The Painter’s Eye

The Painter’s Eye

Featuring Horse-Drawn Cart in a Thunderstorm by William Sommer

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Programs like OSU’s provide a plethora of learning opportunities for seniors

Aging Gracefully

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Remodeling specialists work to give historic homes new life

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Haunted house operators weigh in on what makes for the best scares

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A Twist in the Times

Vintage makes a major comeback for fall/winter accessory trends

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NARI event shows off eye-catching home projects

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Owners’ areas offer more and more to live in luxury

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Hear from the experts on rugs and cabinets before you choose your own

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On Set in Savannah

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Georgia city welcomes tourists with southern charm, cinematic scenes and culinary expertise

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