GUSTO! 2015 Benefiting the Schwob School of Music

A one-of-a-kind event in Columbus, GUSTO! Is a memorable evening of fine dining coupled with great music in multiple styles performed by the students of the Schwob School of Music. This year, GUSTO! will be held in the strikingly beautiful lobby of the National Infantry Museum, and the theme is A Mediterranean Cruise, with stops for food and music from Spain, Morocco, France, Greece, and Italy. Don’t miss the boat!

GUSTO! 2015

Saturday, February 7 at 6:30 PM

National Infantry Museum, 1775 Legacy Way

Tickets: $100 per person

To make a reservation, contact Kimberly Tucker at [email protected] or (706) 507-8431.

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Steampunk Jewelry Workshop At The Columbus Museum

Join us for an exciting day of creating handmade jewelry.  Explore various jewelry techniques using items inspired by the Memory’s Cabinet exhibit.  Learn how to make your own paper pendants to produce unique and beautiful designs.

Steampunk Jewelry Workshop

February 28, 2015 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

The Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Road

Instructor: Leslie Shirah

Workshop Fee: $35 Members/ $45 Future Members

Deadline to register: February 26

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Camp Museum: A Surreal Good Time At The Columbus Museum

Encourage your child to delve into the human subconscious through art making. We will explore Surrealist art in the Museum’s permanent collection before making our own Surrealist inspired work.  Campers will play art games, create surrealist landscapes and have a surreal good time!

Camp Museum: A Surreal Good Time

February 21 at 10 AM – 2 PM

The Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Road

For ages 5-7

Instructor: Inge Winters

Camp Fee: $20 Members/ $30 Future Members

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RSVP deadline: February 19

Lunch & Lecture: “India Unveiled: Spirit, Tradition, People” at The Columbus Museum

India Unveiled: Spirit, Tradition, People

Speaker: Robert Arnett

Nationally recognized Robert Arnett will present based on internationally acclaimed photography from his book, India Unveiled: Spirit, Tradition, People. He will discuss the diversity of India, its culture, customs, the sacred sites of all major religions, art and architecture, and other remote sites seldom visited by travelers.

February 20, 2015 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

The Columbus Museum
1251 Wynnton Road

This event is FREE for members and future members.