Frequently Asked Questions
What do you do?
Concerts, gallery exhibitions, films, cooking demonstrations, meals, dance parties, craft shows, discussion groups, collaborative art-making events, classes, improv and sketch comedy shows, open mic story showcases, theatre, and more. Music, visual art, performance, comedy, craft, comics, poetry, writing, food, storytelling, public art, and beyond.
The list of programs on the dropdown menu above is just the beginning. We’ve got a great collection of events - annual and recurring - that make up the heart of our community programming. There’s a lot more going on, though, and you can learn details about all the options on our events calendar or by clicking through the “This Week at WGC” links to the right of this text.
How do I get to the WGC space?
We are located in the Old North neighborhood of Columbus, on Summit Street just south of Hudson Avenue.
From I-71, take the Hudson Street exit and head West off the exit. At the second light after going under the railroad bridge, turn left at Summit. We are located on the right side of the street in the brick building. You may park on the West side of Summit or in our parking lot behind the building. You can get to this lot by turning right onto Tompkins just after passing the space, and right into the alley behind the building. Simply come in the back door (we are the far left door in the brick building).
Bus travel: you can take the #4 or the #81 to the Summit Street/Clinton Avenue stop. From the stop, walk two blocks north to Wild Goose Creative.
Who runs Wild Goose Creative?
Wild Goose Creative is truly a community organization, with all the arts events and community gatherings you see on our calendar being created by local people with ideas. WGC partners with individuals, organizations, and businesses in all kinds of different ways to craft arts events.
Wild Goose Creative is a nonprofit organization, so it's governed by a board of directors who do a lot of the big-picture work of WGC and also work with people to get projects off the ground. WGC’s current board of directors includes: Amanda Anderson (President), Jill Moorhead (Vice President), Lyndsay Boettcher (Secretary), Andy Anderson, Matt Dickinson, Sarah Fulmer, Neda Golchin, Mary Neno, and Don Smith. Previous board of directors members include Beth Dekker, Nick Dekker, Jacqui Hoke, Ryan Hoke, Karl Boettcher, Katie Randall, Katy Coy, Mary Neno, and Andy Taylor.
Intrepid interns include Leela Singh, Jenna El-Amin, Michelle Williams, Nate Piper, Ellie Swansson, Hannah Brokenshire, and Maggie O'Shea. Grace DerMott serves as our creative facility administrator and Jessie Boettcher serves as Artistic Director.
When are you open?
Our lights are on and something is happening most every night of the week! Check our events calendar or the calendar to the right of this text for opportunities to come by and get your art on.
At the present time we are consistently open Tuesday through Thursday from 1pm-4pm.
How can I get involved?
Come on over for an event! Events at WGC feature artists and arts events in all kinds of mediums, and are great places to learn something new, get conversations started, have fun, and gain great arts experiences.
You can also become a member of Wild Goose Creative! a donation of $5/month or $60/year will allow you to be a part of the integral group that keeps Wild Goose Creative going. Click here to find out more about what membership does for you and for us.