Local Events Near Columbus in September

"To Feel Something That Was Not of our World"

To Feel Something That Was Not of Our World, Opens Aug. 28 

Pizzuti Collection 

Nina Khatchadourian became fascinated as a child with the saga of the Robertson family, whose 38 days adrift at sea in a lifeboat were recounted in the book, “Survive the Savage Sea.” To create the work in this exhibition, the first at the Columbus Museum’s Short North outpost since it closed in March 2020, the artist interviewed a family member over a corresponding period of 38 days and created an immersive experience that seeks to recreate the family’s journey. $5; free on Sundays. columbusmuseum.org  

Divinely Aligned: A Visual Study on Purpose, Through Oct. 30 

All People Arts 

This exhibition, created in collaboration with Art Aligned, invites visitors to contemplate their purpose by viewing a showcase of diverse artists’ interpretation of the concept. Both All People Arts and Art Aligned are nonprofit organizations aimed at amplifying the impact of local art and increasing its accessibility. Free. Allpeoplearts.org 

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