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Lung treatment breathes life into patients

It looks like a scene from a sci-fi movie — a plastic dome breathes life into a pair of lungs, which will then breathe life into a dying patient. This emerging process, called ex-vivo lung perfusion, is part of a trial that could significantly increase ...

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Pages turns education into ‘experience’

Eleven years ago, Dionne Custer Edwards was inspired to reimagine arts education. With a number of public schools in Columbus facing budget cuts, it was expected that many districts would cut their arts programs in an effort to save money. At the same time, standardized ...

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Gallery: the Wex hosts craft day for kids, parents

On the occasional Sunday, the Wexner Center for the Arts will open up their doors to the Columbus community, offering activities and special events for all ages. March 1’s festivities coincided with the winter exhibitions, ‘Fiber: Sculpture 1960-present’ and ‘Hassan Hajjaj: My Rock Stars Experimental, ...

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Wex festival to project light on old films again

Many things can ruin film: Floods, fires and dirt are just a few examples. Time takes its toll, too. Reversing that process is much more difficult, and only hard work and dedication can restore a damaged film. The Wexner Center for the Arts will celebrate ...

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Fiber takes new form in Wexner Center exhibition

Fiber is for making clothes ­— not the fine arts. At least that’s a perceived attitude the Wexner Center for the Arts intends to rebuke in a new exhibition. “There has long been a bias against compositions involving fiber,” reads the curator’s statement. “Such works ...

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