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There is a new sweet-sounding literary journal on the Columbus art scene, and the submission deadline for its first issue is Oct. 25.
The journal, called Candygram, accepts any type of creative writing as well as artwork in black and white.&nb...October 20, 2009 by James Payne
If you have ever wanted to see what jazz is about, now is your time.
Tim Cummiskey, a lecturer of jazz studies in the Ohio State School of Music, is presenting an overview of jazz guitar genres at 8 p.m. Nov. 9 in Weigel Auditorium.
"This show is go...November 3, 2009 by James Payne
Dirty Frank's Hot Dog Palace has as much to offer your eyes as it does your stomach.
Opened this year as the fourth restaurant in Elizabeth Lessner's growing local business, it features artwork by her brother, Thom Lessner, for its interior decoration....October 27, 2009 by James Payne
Stacie Sells watched hundreds of hours of documentaries so you don't have to.
Sells, an Ohio State alumna with a degree in Art and Technology, is a juror for the 57th Columbus International Film and Video Festival, which runs from Nov. 10 to 15. She ha...November 5, 2009 by James Payne
Emerson Burkhart might be Columbus' best kept secret as far as eccentric painters go.
Burkhart, who attended Ohio State and painted the large mural in Stillman Hall, was a prolific and well-regarded artist in Columbus before his death in 1969. Still, h...December 3, 2009 by James Payne
Major museum retrospectives usually occur in the last years of an artist's life or the first years thereafter. To be the subject of one as a "mid-career" artist is a rare, honorable distinction. But for Luc Tuymans, it seems overdue.
Tuymans, born in 1...October 6, 2009 by James Payne
No one knew what to do when Aaron Hibbs failed just 59 hours into his 90-hour attempt.
"I was heartbroken at first," said Jessica Riley, a third-year in history. "Obviously no one expected it. I think everyone honestly believed he was actually going to...October 13, 2009 by James Payne
There are two rooms on 13 E. Tulane Rd. in Clintonville. What they are is a matter of debate.
"A studio," said one of the renters.
"A project space," said another.
No, insisted another — it is a "project place."
Whatever it is, artists R...November 10, 2009 by James Payne
Returning visitors to the Columbus Museum of Art might have a surprise in store in their next visit. The majority of the building and part of the sculpture garden outside are closed for a year-long renovation. The lobby has also been reconfigured with cha...November 10, 2009 by James Payne
University presses, like Ohio State's, publish academic books without worrying about turning a profit. There are more than 150 university presses in the United States and the majority are subsidized by their parent universities. Because of university fund...December 4, 2009 by James Payne
It can be hard to find motivation when writing papers for college courses, but for students in professor Ron Green's Media Arts Programming class, there was an added incentive to do well in their writing: a public audience.
Students in his history o...December 4, 2009 by James Payne
You can change your name and your style, but some things will always stay the same.
For A.A. Bondy, his constant is playing music. A.A., which stands for Auguste Arthur, used to go by Scott when he played in the grunge band Verbena.
Verbena was an i...November 24, 2009 by James Payne
For Mike Olenick, work isn't much different from play.
Olenick is the Art and Technology editor at the Wexner Center for the Arts, which means that he works with artists in residence to help create and edit their films. He has done post-production work...November 24, 2009 by James Payne
Daniel Work recently exhibited his artwork at Roy G Biv gallery in the Short North. It was a homecoming 20 years in the making.
In 1989, Work, then a recent graduate of Columbus College of Art and Design, was among a small group that decided to star...December 1, 2009 by James Payne