The 2018 Exhibit Columbus National Symposium kicks off Wednesday with tours of the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields and an evening conversation with Columbus-based Cummins Foundation Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mary Titsworth Chandler. The four-day event will head to Columbus Thursday for arts, design and cultural programming at some of the architecturally-gifted city’s iconic sites.

This year’s J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize recipients — Agency Landscape + Planning, Bryony Roberts Studio, Frida Escobedo Studio, MASS Design Group and SO-IL — will be featured throughout the National Symposium and will provide their perspective on the event.

The event first launched in 2016 and continued last year with 18 installations showcased throughout Columbus. The event has drawn thousands, organizers say, from inside and outside the state.

You can connect to more about this year’s National Symposium by clicking here. It is a partnership between Docomomo US and Exhibit Columbus and includes collaboration from the American Institute of Architects Indiana and Kentucky Chapters and Newfields.

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