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Exhibit gives wildlife an artistic approach

Featuring animals around campus, the exhibition, “BioPresence,” aims to draw attention to animals that share space with human beings in urban environments. The project particularly focuses on the diversity of the campus ecological community, according to its website. “I’m trying to think about the community ...

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Department of Art open house opens doors for students

Undergraduate students have spent the semester developing their portfolio of art. Now, it’s time to take the next step and put them on display. The Department of Art Open House will bring more than 300 students’ artworks to the public. The exhibition will showcase student ...

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Public art meets parking booths in city-wide art project

Columbus residents have a new place to view art — parking lots. The “Bold Booths” project features two Ohio State scholars — Malcolm Cochran, professor emeritus in the Department of Art, and Beth Blostein, associate professor in the Knowlton School of Architecture — who changed ...

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OSU alumnus’ new CD aims to find American value

Music has often been thought of as a medium that often helps people discover their true identity. Jazz violinist and OSU alumnus Christian Howes has created an album, “American Spirit,” to help people “find their true voice” of what it means to be an American. ...

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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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Buckeye Bites: Wings

Chicken wings can be your late-night guilty pleasure and can heal your stomach and soul. Everyone loves chicken wings. As a chicken wings addict, my diverse experience inspires me to share my favorite places to have the best bird the city has to offer.   ...

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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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Portraits break down social labels

At the east entrance of the Ohio Union, a series of nearly life-size portraits greet visitors. Dubbed the “Identity Project,” the photographs show a series of portraits where the people photographed were empowered to choose the words that they wanted to represent them. The photos ...

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Multicultural Center brews discussion on diversity

To take advantage of National Coffee Day, the Multicultural Center and Starbucks Coffee invited domestic and international students on Tuesday to share their hometown experiences, traditions and identities. The International Coffee Hour program gets international students to socialize in a new cultural context. “We invite ...

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Professor breaks down history of music notation

Before radio turned out pop hits left and right, paper and pen advancements in the 1300s led to an increase in song notation. Graeme Boone, director of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and professor of music, recently wrote a paper on the advancements of ...

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