Looking for something to do during these cold dark days of winter? Columbus has a vibrant events calendar to keep us busy, entertained and sane while we wait what seems like an eternity for the warmth of spring. I know how easy it can be to hibernate in your new Christmas snuggie, staying warm on the couch while you binge on the newest Netflix series. But don’t you start to feel a bit lonely? And when that imprint starts to form on your couch do you try to calculate the amount of hours you’ve literally just sat and have done nothing. Literally nothing but press that button on your remote when even Netflix is amazed that you’re still watching. Well it is time to get up, shower and get dressed. And make your way to Wonderball at the Columbus Museum of Art.
I was asked to attend and photograph the event last year to capture the essence of the experience. CMA really prepared for everything you might want from yummy food stations, interactive art exhibits, to live music at nearly every corner. The highlight of the night is hitting the dance floor with DJ Charles Erickson.
This year is lining up to be a hit. From the CMA website –
Date: January 28, 2017
Time: 8:00 PM – Midnight
Location: Columbus Museum of Art
Deviate from the usual. Wander into a world of wonder. On the evening of January 28, join Honorary Chairs Larry Smith, creator of the Six-Word Memoir, and Piper Kerman, author of Orange is the New Black, to experience the curious, the strange and the marvelously mad at Wonderball—an affair of wondrous proportions at the Columbus Museum of Art. Featuring DJs Charles Erickson and Donnie Mossman and live music by Popgun, games, bites from Columbus’ best eateries, creative experiences, cocktails and more. Generosity and gifts benefit the museum’s creative programs, where imaginations roam wild.
You’re going to want to get your tickets soon before prices go up.