We are excited to participate for the first time in Columbus, Ohio’s Community Festival! ComFest is a“a free, non-corporate, yearly celebration of Columbus, Ohio’s community organizations, performers, artists and volunteers.” Meet Cbus Libraries’ founders, Andrea Dixon and Bryan Loar, and visit the Eco Library June 23-25 at Goodale Park in Columbus, Ohio.
The Eco Library is a little free library that promotes environmentalism and sustainability. The library illustrates a tale of two cities, one sustainable and the other not. The sustainable city features a green roof, natural moss exterior and a rain collection system. On the reverse, the Eco Library unites local street art, a bench encouraging discussion and space for the community to create their own art.
Our Eco Library aligns with ComFest’s purpose by
- Being a testament to collaboration for the collective good
- Promoting basic necessities like clean air, water and soil as well as access to high-quality books
- Advancing reading and libraries while giving citizens the necessary resources to conduct their lives with environmental harmony
- Informing participants that our actions have direct consequences and begin changing behaviors
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We are exited to announce that the Eco Library is now permanently placed at 934 Gallery! The gallery focuses on bringing a fresh perspective to contemporary art through exciting and thought-provoking exhibitions, installations, performances and public art projects. The Eco Library is now dedicated to the life of Daniel Sebastian Loper, the gallery’s former director of operations. Visit the library and give & take a book at 934 Cleveland Ave. Columbus, OH 43201.
Our Eco Library is made possible through a generous grant from ComFest and the support of several collaborators. We are thrilled to partner with Half Price Books, The Lookout Shop, Lucida Dynamics, Michael Creath and Rebuilding Together of Central Ohio.