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Celebrate Harlem Renaissance 100 at Eubie!

We are thrilled to partner with CATCO and the James Preston Poindexter Foundation for the celebration of I,Too, Sing America: Harlem Renaissance 100 in September. CATCO will present  Eubie! at the historic Lincoln Theatre September 7-15. Eubie! took Broadway by storm when it premiered in 1978. This revue features the music of famous jazz/swing musician Eubie


Congratulations Recchie Award Finalists

Drumroll, please!  Congratulations to the five finalists for the 2018 James B. Recchie Design Award! With so much construction underway in Columbus it feels more important than ever to recognize design excellence and the impact it has on the built environment … and on the quality of our lives! This year’s finalists include a new


Experience Historic Seagrave Site at Buildings Reborn

Think you’ve seen everything and been everywhere in Columbus? Think again! Columbus Landmarks invites you to experience the historic Seagrave Building at 2050 South High Street on Thursday, July 19 as we celebrate the rebirth of this landmark in the revitalizing South Side neighborhood.  This year’s Buildings Reborn is your ticket to an exclusive, first-look


2018 Preservation Award Winners

Every year Columbus Landmarks recognizes distinguished achievement in historic preservation and community development. We are honored to recognize the following individuals and groups for their efforts. Dixie Sayre Miller Patron Award – Jeffrey W. Edwards The Award is named for Dixie Sayre Miller, who was a dedicated trustee, a great friend, and a supporter of


Art Walks & Landmark Talks

We are thrilled to be working with Columbus Public Health on a new season of 14 FREE Art Walks & Landmark Talks! Explore our city’s unique neighborhoods on these one-hour urban adventures, and learn more about each neighborhood’s unique architecture, art and history … all while improving your health and fitness! These tours are provided


New Look For Columbus Landmarks

Building on the excitement from this past year, our 40th Anniversary, Columbus Landmarks has embarked on a mission to refresh our brand and better tell our story. Our newly designed logo pays tribute to the place where it all began: the Union Station Arch.  A small activist group witnessed the overnight demolition of the 1897 Daniel