Short North losing 30yo artsy rainbow, moving to Franklinton

After almost 30 years in the Short North, Roy G Biv Gallery is relocating to Franklinton. The art space will occupy about 2,000 square feet of space in the $40 million East Franklinton development now underway in the location of the closed Riverside Bradley Homes, reports Columbus Business First.

The new development is called River & Rich and is being lead by Casto.

There will be more to love at Roy G Biv’s new digs as the space is more than twice the size of the Short North location. This gallery will compliment the artistic environment blossoming in Franklinton with 400 West Rich, The Vanderelli Room, and Glass Axis and more.

Roy G Biv will reopen in Franklinton in late summer/early fall 2018.


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