Saturday, January 9, 2010

Cartoon Art Exhibitions

Don't miss digit summer exhibitions from river State's International Museum of Cartoon Art. From the Yellow Kid to Conan: dweller Cartoons from the International Museum of Cartoon Art Collection (through August 7) is on analyse at Hopkins Gallery + Corridor, 10:30-4:30 M-F. For assemble tours, call 614-262-6493. The another exhibit is Hogarth and Beyond: Global Cartoons from the International Museum of Cartoon Art Collection (though August 31) at the Cartoon Library & Museum Reading Room Gallery, 27 West 17th Avenue Mall, 9-5 M-F. The image above is by Richard Felton Outcault, 1863-1928, Hogan’s Alley, April 4, 1897, ink and picture on paper. Outcault was a autochthonous of Lancaster, Ohio, and is credited with creating Hogan’s Alley, the prototypal commercially successful dweller comic strip.

Notable News

Shakespeare information kicks off! The OSU / Royal dramatist Company partnership starts up in earnest this week when 20 river public schoolteachers travel to Stratford for a week of intensive pedagogue education with the RSC actors and educators. The teachers are a very different assemble — representing grades 3 to 12, and including everything from science, science and English teachers to music instructors, intervention specialists, ESL teachers and more. They module impact with the RSC in Stratford, then with OSU faculty and staff for a week on campus. Throughout the year, they module impact with OSU faculty, researchers and Theatre/English students to embrace the RSC’s “Stand Up for Shakespeare” information in their schools, ultimately impacting hundreds of young students. Participating schools allow Metro High School, Linden-McKinley High School and its branch schools, and Reynoldsburg City Schools. A removed blog module be updated regular patch they participate in the upbringing with the Royal dramatist Company in Stratford.

Through Aug 28, The OSU Faculty Club features Leaders in Glass: Selected Glass Artists from The river State University, curated by book O'Dorisio. Fourteen nationally recognized glass artists present their works in glass, a exhibit designed to offer an examnination of the breadth of talent developed finished river State's glass art program. Artists allow histrion Benefield, Bridgit Boss, Matt Carmean, Martha Croasdale, histrion Darlington, John Drury, Roberta Eichenberg, David King, Tom Kreager, Jonathan Tepperman, Kami Meighan, Ed Schmid, Aimee Sones and book O'Dorisio.