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Member Preview of Sarah Rosalena: In All Directions

September 8, 2023
6:00–8:00 PM

Location: Columbus Museum of Art at The Pizzuti


This member preview is at:
Columbus Museum of Art at The Pizzuti
632 Park Street in the Short North

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Evening Highlights

6:00 PM
Reception with the artist and first look at Sarah Rosalena: In All Directions

6:30 PM
Remarks by CMA Executive Director and CEO Brooke Minto, exhibition curator Kris Paulsen, and artist Sarah Rosalena
The evening will include cash bar and light hors d’oeuvres

The Columbus Museum of Art is pleased to present Sarah Rosalena: In All Directions, on view at The Pizzuti September 9, 2023—February 4, 2024. Known for fusing Indigenous craft traditions with emerging technologies, Los Angeles-based artist Sarah Rosalena (b. 1982) produces objects that break boundaries and borders, transcending colonial narratives. The exhibition features more than 35 works that date from 2019 and is centered around Rosalena’s investigation of scholarly and corporate dreams of space exploration and colonization. The title, In All Directions, represents the boundlessness of the universe and signals the irrelevance of compass points in a space beyond measurement.

This exhibition is the culmination of a multi-year collaboration with The Ohio State University Department of History of Art.

Please note—street parking is available in addition to the Joseph Garage, located on E. Russell St.

Please RSVP in advance

Member Preview Registration



Sarah Rosalena. Photo by Star Montana


Sarah Rosalena, Dissolve (detail), 2023. Cotton, hand-dyed acrylic yarn, image source Andromeda Galaxy. Courtesy of the artist, photo by Ruben Diaz

Event image: Sarah Rosalena, Transposing A Form, 2020. Ceramic 3D print of MMS-2 Enhanced Mars Simulant, bentonite clay, aluminum-based glaze. Courtesy of Blum & Poe, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo, photo by Jenalee Harmon
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