The Columbus Museum of Art is bringing midcentury design to the city during the three-day 20th Century Design Market.

Photo credit: CMA/Pair of Mary Alice Hadley Plates, circa early 1960s from Louisville, Kentucky.

The Columbus Museum of Art is bringing midcentury design to the city during the three-day 20th Century Design Market. From Sept. 28-30, the museum will turn into a marketplace with jewelry, art, fashion, home décor and more. A notable highlight is the Herman Miller Pop-Up shop, featuring his innovative furniture. Along with the market, there will be some special events throughout the weekend, like the MOD Nite on Friday, Sept. 28. This "Mad Men"-esque party allows guests to dress as their favorite character from the hit show while enjoying cocktails and checking out the designs. Tickets for the evening cost $30. A three-day Design Market pass costs $10 per person. Learn more at ColumbusMuseum.org. –Heather Weekley, @heather_weekley