KSA student work featured in exhibition at local studio

Beth Blostein and Bart Overly will be hosting an exhibition of student work, "Columbus High Definition" at their Broad Street studio on Saturday, June 11, 2011, 4-9pm. The exhibition encompasses work of 26 students produced in the last academic year at Ohio State's Knowlton School of Architecture. Featured is work from Blostein's fall seminar, "Columbus Undefined," which broadly investigated ideas for the evolution or revolution within the City of Columbus. Also featured is Overly's spring graduate design studio investigating a youth hostel and boutique hotel for a site near CCAD and The Columbus Museum of Art.

Students with work in the exhibition:

Joseph Brookover / Eugene Calara / Zachary Carson / Robert Cervas / Tim Cousino / Adam Chizmar / Kyle Green / Jake Haggmark / Alexander Imhoff / Andrea Kamilaris / Ryan Keener / Paul Keller / Dean Klabunde / Andrew Knopp / Joshua Kuhr / Emily Neymeyer / Carrie Moradi / Kevin Parzych / Allie Roberson / Alex Ruiz / Liz Schneider / Elaine Shroyer / Katie Sims / Mandy Thomas

The exhibition is part of "GO WEST," a Franklinton Street Festival now in its third year. The event has a lineup of live music curated by The Columbus Music Coop and instant galleries curated by The Franklinton Arts District. GO WEST takes place in the 900 block of West Broad Street; Blostein/Overly's studio is located at 922 West Broad Street.