Adults and children gathered Friday at two art stations set up just outside The Commons to create clay crafts. The inaugural Artz Daze offered residents of all ages a chance to make a piece of art in the middle of the day.
The free program — a spinoff of last year's Art Break Day — is run by both the Columbus Area Arts Council and the kidscommons children's museum. Set for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. one Friday a month through October, the schedule allows "for a little art therapy," said Tami Sharp, Arts Council program director.
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