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Unique Live Music Documentary Coming to The Wexner Center

Hope Madden Hope Madden Unique Live Music Documentary Coming to The Wexner Center

Both filmmaker Sam Green and the Kronos Quartet—separately— have a long history with the Wexner Center for the Arts. “This goes back to 1800s,” laughs Green. “No, but it feels like that. I first came to the Wexner Center in 1996 and have been back many times, both working there in the residency program and […]

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See Andrew Schneider’s Dazzling Youarenowhere at the Wexner Center Through January 21

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford See Andrew Schneider’s Dazzling Youarenowhere at the Wexner Center Through January 21

Fresh from premiering his new work at New York’s Under the Radar fest, the Wexner Center for the Arts presents Andrew Schneider’s Youarenowhere this weekend. OBIE-winning artist Andrew Schneider is at the vanguard of artists using technology in the service of performance to investigate the connective tissue of perpetually switched-on modern life. The Village Voice […]

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Bebe Miller’s Gripping, Evocative In a Rhythm at the Wexner Center

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Bebe Miller’s Gripping, Evocative In a Rhythm at the Wexner Center

Modern dance can be the most intimidating strain of contemporary art for the uninitiated. Bebe Miller’s masterful In a Rhythm serves as a perfect introduction for anyone who has yet to crack that language. More, this tight 75-minute piece does that without pandering, watering itself down, or neglecting the experienced eyes in the room. Every […]

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Full Weekend of Family Fun at Wex with Zoom Film Series

Hope Madden Hope Madden Full Weekend of Family Fun at Wex with Zoom Film Series

Looking for something to do with the family this holiday weekend? The Wexner Center for the Arts takes this opportunity to invite you to the kick off of their annual family film series, Zoom. This weekend—Friday, November 24 and Sunday, November 26—the Wex will screen a 70mm print of Disney’s 1959 animated classic Sleeping Beauty. […]

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Art Review: Cindy Sherman’s Imitation of Life at Wexner Center for the Arts

 Jeff Regensburger Art Review: Cindy Sherman’s Imitation of Life at Wexner Center for the Arts

I wouldn’t know Cindy Sherman from Adam. Or Eve. Or any of the other hundreds of personages she’s adopted during the course of a career that’s spanned 40 years now. I realized this as I traversed the dizzying array of the artist’s photographs on view at the Wexner Center’s current exhibition, Cindy Sherman: Imitation of […]

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The Confluence Cast: Lane Czaplinski of the Wexner Center

Tim Fulton Tim Fulton The Confluence Cast: Lane Czaplinski of the Wexner Center

How do cultural art centers decide what’s worthy of presentation? I sat down with Lane Czaplinski, the Wexner Center for the Arts’ new director of performing arts to talk about his journey from literature student to arts curator, his impressions of Columbus, and some of the exciting shows coming up in the Wexner Center’s fall […]

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Dance Preview: Rosas – A Love Supreme on October 3

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Dance Preview: Rosas – A Love Supreme on October 3

John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme is one of the few pieces of art I can think of that are undisputed masterpieces. I’ve known people who have literally no other jazz records who treasure those four movements. Even people with just a passing familiarity with jazz recognize those first notes immediately – most of us can […]

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