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Stories of Holocaust stitched into history

Growing up in Poland in a Jewish family, Esther Nisenthal Krinitz and her sister Mania were the only members of their family to survive the Holocaust. Through needlework, Krinitz shared her experiences and documented the loss and sadness that swept through Poland during World War ...

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Students self-produce show at Columbus Dance Theatre

Friends since freshman year, four fourth-year dance students are producing their own concert called “Dynamic Collision” in an effort to showcase more of the talent found in the Department of Dance. “We called it ‘Dynamic Collision’ because we each come from different backgrounds of dance, ...

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Ohio State play a ‘cautionary tale’ on race

In the mid-1950s, playwright Alice Childress wrote a play about a play that tells a story of racism and one actress’s battle within herself to either conform or to take a stand for herself. “Trouble in Mind” is the story about a fictional African-American actress, ...

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Film explores social depictions of labor on money

Ohio-born, Los Angeles-based artist William E. Jones presents paper currency from all around the world. His film, titled “Model Workers,” brings color and perspective to currency. The film focuses on currency art that depicts human labor, Jones said in an email, adding that the bills ...

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