COLUMBUS (WCMH) — The Columbus Arts Festival kicks off Friday downtown along the Scioto Riverfront in Genoa Park.
This festival brings hundreds of artists from across the country to the capital city, but also shines a spotlight on local talent.
Nearly 300 exhibits are set up, showcasing some of the best Central Ohio has to offer.
It begins 11a.m. Friday and is free to the public.
There will be entertainment, music, art, food, and among those nearly 300 exhibits are ones in which you can get involved with glass painting, creating your own flowers, creating your own instruments, and more.
There are an incredible amount of opportunities to get creative in downtown Columbus over the next three days.
For more information, visit columbusartsfestival.org.