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This year's theme is PromoWest Productions: 30th Anniversary Celebration and the four top-ranked pieces, as voted by the public, will be part of the company's commemorative portfolio. The digitally produced 5' x 8' full color mural designs will help capture three decades of rock and roll history in Columbus, Ohio.
The south facing wall of the A&R Music Bar will feature the four selected two-dimensional, digitally reproduced, images displayed on 5' x 8' panels. The images will be viewable on the southside of A&R Music Bar, across from Huntington Park, at Neil Avenue and Brodbelt Lane. They will be subtly illuminated at night.
Deadline for public vote
Four (4) Contest Winners Announced
Printing and installation
Selected Designs Unveiled
Having hosted over 8,000 concerts since 1984, PromoWest Productions is the largest full-service independent entertainment company in the Midwest. Proud to be locally owned and operated for 30 years, PromoWest has focused on bringing Columbus the most eclectic regional and national acts in entertainment as well as showcasing local and developing acts. PromoWest owns and operates the Newport Music Hall, The LC Pavilion, The Basement and the A&R Music Bar in Columbus, OH and Stage AE in Pittsburgh, PA. PromoWest also produces PromoWest Live, a weekly TV show featuring live concert performances that airs on NBC after SNL in Columbus, Pittsburgh and Youngstown. PromoWest would like to thank the music fans, the City of Columbus, Greater Columbus Arts Council and its partners for their support over the past 30 years.
The Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC) is hosting the online submission process for Long Street Cultural Wall proposals, and also providing technical support. Through vision and leadership, advocacy and collaboration, the GCAC supports art and advances the culture of the region. A catalyst for excellence and innovation, GCAC funds exemplary artists and arts organizations and provide programs, events and services of public value that educate and engage all audiences in our community. GCAC thanks the City of Columbus, the Ohio Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts for their continued support.