Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Student Artwork at Gateway

Artwork by MFA students Bethany Haeseler, above left (glass) and Talia Shabtay (painting) along with that by several other render students is taking center stage at the newborn offices for The Arts Initiative at South Campus Gateway. The office, headed by Karen Bell, associate evilness president, hosted an open house Nov 14, where OSU President Gordon Gee (below) crosspiece about the importance of orientating Ohio State as a cheater in the arts. Main topic of the evening was the recently announced partnership with Ohio State and the UK's Royal Shakespeare Company.

Notable News

Holiday render sale at Gateway! Glass students in the Department of Art will sell hand-blown holiday ornaments and more at The Arts Initiative offices at South Campus Gateway this Thursday from 4 to 7 pm. Stop by and browse!

The visit today by river playwright Sandra Dempsey to the Department of Theatre has been canceled.

The December issue of Artforum magazine each assemblage invites a broad spectrum of artists, critics and curators to revisit the assemblage in prowess and choose their \"top 10\" highlights. Two contributors in the current issue -- Ann Goldstein and Jack Bankowsky -- both picked the Wexner Center's aggregation Andy Warhol: Other Voices , Other Rooms as #4 in their crowning picks. To see their choices, click here.

Who's there?: The Ohio State Hamlet Project, an aggregation curated by grad students in the Department of Theatre as conception of a class assignment, brings together holdings on many aspects of Hamlet from the collections of the Lawrence and Lee Theatre Research Institute (TRI). Ranging from artifacts to essays and playbills, covering multiple centuries and countries, the items designated by the curators emphasise the fascination that Hamlet and his interpreters move to hold for audiences. The aggregation joins the beginning stages of the dweller Hamlet Project, being celebrated by symposia and culminating in exhibitions crossways Europe in 2009-10. The OSU aggregation is attractive locate at the TRI and in the Department of Theatre. For more, click here.

The OSU School of Music presents its annual Musical Celebration Concert this Friday, Dec 5, at 8 pm in Mershon Auditorium. The popular, annual musical extravaganza celebrates the pass season and showcases the school’s some performing groups, from the OSU Symphony Orchestra to its Jazz Ensemble, Glee Clubs, Symphonic Band and more. Tickets available finished the Wexner Center Ticket Office (614) 292-3535.