Beeler Gallery, established in 1993 at Columbus College of Art & Design, is an active site for contemporary art practices and contingent fields. With an experimental public programming of exhibitions, commissions, performances, residencies, workshops, lectures, conversations, and screenings, it is dedicated to enlarging and rethinking the unique role of a gallery within the context of a school of art and design, as a multidimensional site for learning and the production of knowledge. Beeler Gallery features a 6,000-square-foot exhibition space and a 99-seat screening room, and hosts the annual Columbus College of Art & Design MFA and BFA thesis exhibitions.
Photos: (LEFT) Stephen Takacs, (BELOW) JiaHao Peng
Wednesday Noon - 6 p.m.
Thursday Noon - 8 p.m.
Friday Noon - 6 p.m.
Saturday Noon - 6 p.m.
Sunday Noon - 6 p.m.
We are ALWAYS FREE and OPEN to the public.
Free parking available.
Visit us by public transportation:
Free COTA Downtown Circulator to N High St & W Long St.
Line 10 to E Broad & Washington Ave.
Line 7 to E Long St & N Washington Ave.
Wei Ling Chang (Academic Year 2019-20)
JiaHao Peng (Academic Year 2019-20)
Ian Ruffino (Associate Director of Exhibitions 2017-2020, Interim Director of Exhibitions 2015-2017, Assistant Director of Exhibitions 2012-2015)
Jo-ey Tang (Director of Exhibitions, 2017-2020)
60 Cleveland Avenue
(Entrance on E. Gay Street)
Columbus, OH 43215, USA
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