I’ve written about the incredible small city of Columbus, Indiana before. It’s arguably the most successful small industrial city in America that is neither a college town nor a state capital. It’s also home to one of the world’s great collections of modern architecture.
One of the reasons that Columbus has done so well is that it hasn’t rested on its laurels, and has looked for new ways to keep making the community better. One of their new efforts is an arts initiative called Exhibit Columbus. I talked by phone with Richard McCoy and Anne Surak about this in my latest podcast. If the audio player doesn’t display for you, click over to listen on Soundcloud.