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Exhibition aims to show the meaning of curating

Ordering subjects in an abnormal way can be as interesting as it is meaningful. Twenty-four students in Kris Paulsen’s History of Art 5001: The Task of the Curator will collectively curate the exhibition “A to 12: The Task of the Curator” to show a variety ...

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Wexner Center shows behind the lens

The Wexner Center for the Arts aims to take visitors behind the scenes of films with an upcoming four-day event. Picture Lock: 25 Years of Film/Video Residencies, taking place from Thursday to Nov. 1, brings in filmmakers and visual artists who will be presenting films, ...

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Art gallery to honor artist Eva Glimcher

  Celebration will fall upon the Columbus art scene as present-day artists look back in time to honor the works and contributions of artist Eva Glimcher. The Columbus Museum of Art will exhibit “Keeping Pace: Eva Glimcher and Pace/Columbus” to honor Glimcher and her long-lasting ...

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Wex crafts program for brain injuries

The Wexner Center for the Arts is promoting both wellness for individuals living with brain injuries and the social experience of learning about art in a program titled Art on the Brain. Art on the Brain is a program that has a concentration on art analysis to improve cognitive ...

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Artistic displays of injustice make up art exhibit

News across America shows stories of racial turmoil and injustice, and those same scenes are what tie together the paintings, sculptures, videos and photographs in the new Pizzuti Collection exhibition, “Us Is Them.” Over 40 international artists collaborate with the Pizzuti Collection, including Titus Kaphar, ...

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