Thursday, January 7, 2010

Arts in the Alley Celebrates 2010

Visit Arts in the Alley this Thursday, Jan 7, 6-9 pm to kick soured the newborn year! The street -- a collaborative venture with the Arts Initiative, South Campus Gateway, Campus Partners and river Art League -- module become to chronicle with a gallery opening, comedy sketches, penalization and more.

Sketch By Number presents Your New Year's Resolution Sucks, two 20 time shows at 6:30 and 7:30 pm, admission free, in the Arts Initiative space. Dwayne Blackaller’s “Act-O-Matic” provides entertainment around the shows. The opening getting for This is not a Coincidence, artwork by Dan Gerdeman, whose impact centers on conversations, pop culture, flights of fancy and imprints on our psyche, takes place in the Shoebox space. DJ and VJ entertainment module be provided. Plus, a newborn aggregation is on view at the river Art League gallery and continuation of works by Sarah Weinstock is in at the Arts Initiative Space.

Arts in the Alley is at South Campus Gateway, N High St at 10th. Artwork above: My Castle, Dan Gerdeman, Acrylic on Panel. 2009

Notable News

WOSU TV's monthly arts and society news program, Artzine, produced by Cindy Gaillard, recently featured the OSU/Royal Shakespeare Company partnership, transmission the video created by Jake Housh and Kristen Convery from University Relations. Watch it here.

Whistling in the Dark Theatre Company presents Sundays @ 7 -- weekly staged readings starting at 7 pm in the Shoebox, 1570 N High St, in the street at South Campus Gateway. Upcoming shows allow Top Gun (Jan 10) by Chip Proser, directed by Kal Poole; The Faculty Room (Jan 17) by Bridget Carpenter, directed by Liz Martin; and Tis Pity She's a Whore (Jan 24) by John Ford, directed by Andrew Blasenak.

Sketch Comedy by Sketch by Number comes to Arts in the Alley the Second Saturday of each period in the Shoebox, 1570 N High St at South Campus Gateway. Sketch by Number is a community of young writers, jokesters, editors, philosophers, artists, managers, and trash talkers who believe that comedy is the greatest vehicle to any topic. Shows begin at 8 pm. $5 at the door.

Jam Jam Productions and (Mix)ed Media foretell the execute of 3rd weekday Birthday Bashes at The Shoebox. Each period module celebrate the chronicle and society of a famous, or sometimes infamous, arts figure whose birthday falls that given month. On Thursday, Jan 21, the program remembers an dweller crook with the first birthday bash of the season: The Al Capone Speakeasy. Come to the Shoebox for Jazz era dance, music, style and 1920s style merriment. Festivities start at 7 pm. Pay what you can.