September 19, 2021

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Columbus Printed Arts Centre weathers pandemic, emerges with new demonstrate

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The Columbus Printed Arts Centre, which opened inside The Fort on the far South Aspect of Columbus at the finish of 2018, had just begun to obtain momentum when the pandemic introduced the communal workspace, print store and exhibition house to a useless quit.

Currently, nevertheless, the nonprofit has begun to spring back to life. On a modern tour of the ethereal second-flooring place, which is flooded with purely natural light from the a lot of home windows of the previous hearth motor manufacturing facility, Columbus Printed Arts Centre co-founder Elisa Smith pointed out new additions to the heart, which includes a huge Chandler and Cost press with unique foot treadle, a classic paper shearer and a “mind-blowing treasure trove” from now-defunct Logan Elm Push, a letterpress publishing shop that was connected to Ohio State University.

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