The emerging Columbia Arts District was established in 2017 as a home to artists, artisans and creative professionals sharing their diverse talents through varied art forms. The Columbia Arts District draws from historic and cultural roots as one of Tennessee’s oldest Grand Cities. Today, a mix of local artists, artists new to the community and relocating creatives looking for a live/work environment, culminate in an eclectic mix of contemporary creative culture near the heart of downtown Columbia, only blocks from the Town Square. The revitalized, rustic Columbia Arts Building houses working artist studios, maker retail, CAB Cafe and more. While you're there, sign up for an arts workshop to bring your own masterpiece to life. Other businesses in the Arts District include Row & Co., Windmill Bakery, The Lumberyard, Columbia Culinary Arts Center, Lumberyard Gardens, Battleground Cigars, and Artists Studios: Warren Greene, Andy Moore, Hannah Odom, Ryan Rado and Jennifer Kasdorf. The Arts District spans from 8th & S. Garden Streets to 11th & Depot Streets.