June
02,
2022
| 14:00 PM America/New_York
Religion and sound are tied together in evocative ways.Church bells. Public proselytizing. Calls to prayer. Tantric chanting. What does religion sound like, and how can we learn new truths about the diversity of religion in the United States when we
May
25,
2022
| 12:00 PM America/New_York
The Wexner Center for the Arts at The Ohio State University unveiled a new partnership that will allow the institution to welcome guests free of charge, beginning June 10. Guests can avail themselves of free admission with the center’s multifaceted
May
02,
2022
| 12:00 PM America/New_York
In her project A Brand New End: Survival and Its Pictures, Carmen Winant, associate professor in the Department of Art in the College of Arts and Sciences at The Ohio State University, explores the community that women build for themselves to escape
March
17,
2022
| 13:00 PM America/New_York
One of the more arresting pieces in To Begin, Again: A Prehistory of the Wex, 1968-89 at the Wexner Center for the Arts is a 40-foot-long sculpture made by Betty Collings. “Dance” is an inflated, pale vinyl tube that twists and turns over itself. It
February
11,
2022
| 09:00 AM America/New_York
Coinciding with the start of Black History Month, The Ohio State University’s Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity hosted a Feb. 3 virtual presentation highlighting the civil rights strides that society has made in the past several
January
28,
2022
| 09:00 AM America/New_York
Climate change affects every aspect of life, from public health to the economy, and is so expansive that it can seem overwhelming. Art can make the issue more personal and help individuals understand the role they can play in making a positive
January
06,
2022
| 10:00 AM America/New_York
From anti-tobacco ads starting in the 70s, to the musical “Rent,” to a surge of coronavirus-inspired street art, public health topics are woven throughout arts and culture.
November
02,
2021
| 14:00 PM America/New_York
With the economy still rebounding from the pandemic and a polarized political climate generating heated debates about the state of democracy, many are wondering what the future holds. Two researchers from The Ohio State University say studying the
May
28,
2021
| 08:04 AM America/New_York
If you’ve watched a slasher movie, you’ve probably been exposed to the final girl trope – a closing scene of a white, suburban teenage girl who triumphed over a threatening monster and lived to tell the tale.
January
06,
2021
| 09:32 AM America/New_York
What does it mean to "own" a piece of conceptual art?  That question led a law professor into an investigation of the tangled relationship between art and law.
March
31,
2020
| 09:50 AM America/New_York
Brian Padgett, a doctoral student in the Department of Anthropology, had been working toward his PhD for nearly nine years. On March 20, his journey was set to culminate with his dissertation defense. Padgett had long-ago purchased a flight from