Ohio Air & Space Hall of Fame and Museum (OAS) - Our Vision of Tomorrow Fly-Through
Last fall the non-profit Ohio Air & Space Hall of Fame and Museum (OAS) announcement of its plan to renovate the original 1929 Port Columbus Air Terminal into a civic showpiece and home to our interactive exhibit hall, learning center, and event space. At the time, the OAS had signed a long-term lease with the Columbus Regional Airport Authority, having earlier received a State of Ohio grant of $550,000 as the cornerstone funding of our multi-million dollar project.
Last week the OAS announced a partnership with The Ohio State Center for Aviation Studies to co-develop AvSTEAM curricula aimed at high school students, statewide.
As a result, we have received many requests to see just what our renovation would look like when completed.
Today we are excited to be able to respond with a special 15-minute public online event to “premier” a vivid video presentation of our plan created for the OAS by our architects and designers at Moody Nolan.
This afternoon at 3 PM Eastern Time - Monday March 15, 2021 – I’ll host this 8-minute long animated video that illustrates what the transformation will look like, inside and out, once our capital campaign is successful.
Below is a YouTube link to today’s entire “live” 3 PM ET presentation for your preview. I appreciate your viewing this important video presentation now, and for holding off from sharing it with your audience until after our public online screening later today.
Click here to the live event:
As always, I am available to answer your questions about this exciting new project.
The Ohio Air & Space Hall of Fame and Museum thanks you for your support!
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