Art is the sum total expression of the human spirit and a continual reflection of life. To understand art is to understand the intellectual progress of mankind.
The Columbus Museum of Art & Design has as its primary and general purpose the promotion and encouragement of the understanding of art. In learning to understand art, we learn to understand ourselves and our world, and we are stimulated to positive, creative, productive thinking.
To realize this goal, the Columbus Museum of Art & Design is committed to providing for all who visit our exhibits, the young and the mature, the novice as well as the expert, a broad range of art programs of the highest quality.
Our programs will include collections of works of art and their preservation and conservation, exhibitions, educational activities, music, drama, poetry, dance, film, and any other recognized expression of art.
Currently our exhibits take place at the Gallery at Hotel Indigo (400 Brown Street), WellConnect (237 Washington Street), and The Commons (300 Washington Street)
Board of Directors
Kevin Martin, President
March Rothbart, Treasurer
Sharon Beach, Vice President, Curation Committee