Arts — 01 February 2011
What is the Olde Towne Arts District?

The Olde Towne Arts District is the area between Broad St. and Bryden Rd. along Parsons Avenue. It is a treasure trove of unique and eclectic curio shops, bars, art galleries, eateries, and more. They host fun art and music events to bring together the community throughout the year.

For more information on upcoming events, visit their website at http://www.oldetowneartsdistrict.com

Businesses

Black Art Plus – 43 Parsons Ave.
A.W.O.L – 49 Parsons Ave.
Black Creek Bistro – 53 Parsons Ave.
Cap City Tattoo – 61 Parsons Ave.
Cleo’s Bridal and Formal – 711 Oak St.
Q-Kardz – 717 Oak St.
GLC Systems – 64 Parsons Ave.
Soul on Canvas – 64 Parsons Ave.
Core Fitness – 63 Parsons Ave.
Divine Chiropractic – 67 Parsons Ave.
CS Gallery & Events – 66 Parsons Ave.
Chop Chop Studios – 78 Parsons Ave
Voda Emporium/Portico– 81/85 Parsons Ave.
Advanced Language Access – 64 Parsons Ave.
Cobenick Studios Paper & Calligraphy – 80 Parsons Ave.
Carabar – 115 Parsons Ave.
The Shop – 114 Parsons Ave.
The Angry Baker – 891 Oak St.
Yellow Brick Pizza – 892 Oak St.

OTAD Mission Statement

The Olde Towne Arts District Mission is to invite patrons from around the city to experience Olde Parsons. Olde Parsons, established between Bryden/Town and Broad is a thriving part of the hustle and bustle of Downtown Columbus living. Located two blocks away from Columbus Art Museum, Columbus College of Art and Design, the Main Branch Library, and Columbus State, we are the very best that Parsons Avenue has to offer! Want to volunteer, get involved, or have an idea for an event or improvement? Let us know here or ask at any of our Parsons in Olde Towne Shops!

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Christy Williams owns VIVIDPOiNT interactive, a full-service digital ad agency located in Olde Towne East.

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