You don't have to go very far in Columbus to get a taste of what the town is all about - namely, great art and architecture. Signing up for one of several tour options at the Visitors Center is certainly a fun and informative way to see what's what, but it's easy enough to simply stroll around and take in the town's more than 40 attractive public art offerings.
Editor's note: The Columbus Area Arts Council's 2014 Sculpture Biennial will bring eight new sculptures to be installed in the Columbus Arts District in June. Additionally, a granite and limestone piece by local sculptor Martin Beach, commissioned by the Columbus Area Arts Council and the Columbus Museum of Art and Design, will be installed on the newly-refurbished space between the Columbus Visitors Center and the Bartholomew County Public Library. We can't wait to check out all of the new public art that will be added this summer!