New artwork gallery exhibiting works by six Ohio artists as a result of June 24

Installation by Leila Khoury, a reproduction of her Syrian grandparents' home

When Matthew Kyba moved lately to Columbus from Toronto, Canada, he experienced shock and awe at the community artwork scene. Shock mainly because he was shocked by how welcoming and helpful those in the artwork group greeted him, and awe since of the wealth of achieved artists he identified.

Kyba, 31, with levels infilm and media experiments and working experience in gallery and nonprofit perform in Canada, determined to set up his personal warehouse art centre in Columbus and get started presenting exhibits and occasions celebrating up to date artists.

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“Enactive Architecture,” which carries on via June 24 in Kyba’s 2,000-sq.-foot Franklinton exhibit house, functions 6 Ohio-based artists whose new works — most of them established for this exhibit — express or think about the character of “home.”