Cbus Arts Hub.
Whether you want to stream art events from your couch, or get out and explore the public art Columbus has to offer, the Cbus Arts Hub is your one-stop-shop to find it all.
Experience Gravity Uplifts
A public art initiative filling the city with gratitude for the front line and positivity from local artists.
Buy a Background
Make your next meeting a work of art with a Zoom background designed to support local artists.
Send a Concert
Know someone in need of some love and connection right now? Send them a live concert for free.
Stream Local Arts
Check out a virtual ballet, stream a concert from your living room, or browse an online exhibit – all from home.
Take an Art Walk
These plotted paths provide entertainment, education and visual distractions for anyone in the community – even virtually.
A stay at home order doesn’t mean you can’t take classes and workshops – from drawing to cooking or even music.
Buy a Mask
We all need a good mask in our new normal, so why not wear one made by a local artist, sewn right here in Columbus?
Peek Behind the Scenes
Find out what makes artists tick, why they love Columbus, and where you can connect with them around Cbus.
Toolkit for businesses, artists and donors who want to support public art.
Are you an artist eager to increase the visibility of your work?
This spot’s for you.
Promote Your Event
Share your event with the community. Just fill out this form and we’ll help get it posted to Columbus Makes Art and our social media channels.
Submit Your Art
Help spark a dialogue about local art. Create backgrounds for virtual meetings, upload them to our site – and you can even get paid for them.
Perform a Concert
More than ever, we need music to bring us together. As a performer you have the ability to help do that. Just complete the artist form here.
Join the Artist Directory
The Artist Directory is for visual, performing (music, dance and theatre) and literary artists in Franklin and surrounding counties of Columbus, Ohio. The Artist Directory allows artists to create a profile and portfolio of images, sound files, video links and writing samples (PDF).
About Can't Stop Columbus
On Sunday, March 15, 2020, the Columbus, Ohio tech and business community started talking about the idea of a virtual hackathon in response to the COVID-19 crisis. With social distancing, no school, remote work, and a sense of urgency, there is a lot of energy focused on helping. We proposed an online hacking event where anyone can contribute be defining challenges, building projects, and sharing resources.
…It’s kinda grown from there.