Art and artists have the power to change perceptions. In this week’s episode, multidisciplinary artist, graphic designer, & social justice advocate Lisa Mclymont discusses her background, work, her path as an artist, how she chooses her work so that it remains aligned with her self-defined purpose, and her work on the Columbus Art Commission.

Additionally, the episode starts with a mini-episode, the first in a series of bite-sized conversations with the staffers at Columbus Underground about timely issues that may not warrant an entire show. Today, we’re talking about the bike lane discussions that are taking place in Clintonville and around the city with Columbus Underground owner Walker Evans.


This Confluence Cast episode is sponsored by Art Makes Columbus, Columbus Makes Art, featuring stories about our city’s incredible artists — stories full of inspiration, challenge, passion, and success. For videos, articles, an up-to-the-minute calendar of events, and an artist directory visit, the resource for all things arts and culture in the capital city.

Full transcript on page 2.