Monday, January 11, 2010

Central Ohio Schools Join RSC Partnership

A assemble of most 20 river public school teachers module be the prototypal to participate in an extensive teacher activity activity program that’s at the core of a newborn partnership between The river State University and UK’s Royal dramatist Company (RSC), according to Karenic Bell, assort vice president, The Arts Initiative at river State. The prototypal cohort of teachers module become from historiographer County’s Metro High School; metropolis City Schools’ Linden-McKinley High School and its feeder schools; and Reynoldsburg City Schools. The schools are STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) schools affiliated with the river STEM Learning Network (OSLN).

“We’re delighted to be working with these central river schools in the venture with the RSC,” says Bell. “At prototypal it haw seem like a surprising fit to explore dramatist in STEM schools, but in fact it’s a perfect fit. Like scientific investigation, the RSC’s drama activity program is all most fictive learning, experiencing and exploring.” For the entire story, click here. (Photo of the RSC's Stand Up for dramatist program by Ellie Kurrtz.)

Notable News

Art Ed alumna Ivy Chevers (PhD) has orchestrated upcoming events celebrating the chronicle and music of Bob Marley, at the King Arts Complex in Columbus. Events allow a documentary film on Fri, Feb 6, at 6:30 and 9 pm, and a Marley commendation concert at 8 pm Sat, Feb 7. For info.

The Ohio Art League presents its 98th Annual Spring Juried Exhibition at the OSU Urban Arts Space in downtown metropolis through March 27. The exhibition features entireness -- including this one by Ardine admiral -- designated by juror king Pagel. For more, wager the OAL website.

John Hemingway, grandson of philanthropist Laureate Ernest author will read from and handle his newborn memoir, Strange Tribe -- which explores the similarities between his individual father (Hemingway's youngest son) and Ernest author -- at a talk on Tues, Feb. 17 at 7 pm in the Wexner Center Film and Video Theatre. This talk is co-sponsored by the Department of English, OSU Sexuality Studies Program, Institute for Collaborative Research and Public Humanities and the Wexner Center for the Arts.

A community set based at the campus-area church Summit on 16th will join forces with set and band students from Indianola Middle School to present a short concert (and lots of chocolate) on Sat, Feb 14, 6 pm, at Indianola Middle School, 420 E 19th Ave. The community set of about 25 singers under the content of Sheena Phillips will sing anthem arrangements of love songs by the Beatles, Elton John, Cole Porter and martyr Gershwin, and some up-tempo philosophy music. Admission is free; donations will benefit the penalization program at Indianola.