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BalletMet’s Carmen.maquia – postponed

  BalletMet’s Carmen.maquia – postponed

All performances of CARMEN.maquia have been postponed to next season. (Dates to be announced soon.) Spanish choreographer Gustavo Ramirez Sansano created the character Carmen in 2012 and Carmen.maquia as a piece created to honor women. Carmen, signifying a strong, independent woman, and “maguia” referring to her as uncontainable, aims to take theatergoers on an emotional […]

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BalletMet’s Carmen.maquia – postponed

  BalletMet’s Carmen.maquia – postponed

All performances of CARMEN.maquia have been postponed to next season. (Dates to be announced soon.) Spanish choreographer Gustavo Ramirez Sansano created the character Carmen in 2012 and Carmen.maquia as a piece created to honor women. Carmen, signifying a strong, independent woman, and “maguia” referring to her as uncontainable, aims to take theatergoers on an emotional […]

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Ohio Diaspora

Anne Evans Anne Evans Ohio Diaspora

The Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery presents Ohio Diaspora: Art from the Collection of the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center and Ohio Artists, Jan. 30 – April 11, 2020. The National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center educates the public about African American history and culture—from African origins to the present—by collecting, preserving, and interpreting […]

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Construction Roundup: April 2020

Walker Evans Walker Evans Construction Roundup: April 2020

With construction deemed essential business by the Governor of Ohio’s “stay at home” order, work has continued at building sites throughout the city as the weather warms up this April. This month’s construction roundup showcases some of the ongoing projects in Downtown Columbus, The Short North, Italian Village, Grandview Heights and The University District. Check […]

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BalletMet’s Carmen.maquia – postponed

  BalletMet’s Carmen.maquia – postponed

All performances of CARMEN.maquia have been postponed to next season. (Dates to be announced soon.) Spanish choreographer Gustavo Ramirez Sansano created the character Carmen in 2012 and Carmen.maquia as a piece created to honor women. Carmen, signifying a strong, independent woman, and “maguia” referring to her as uncontainable, aims to take theatergoers on an emotional […]

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BalletMet’s Carmen.maquia – postponed

  BalletMet’s Carmen.maquia – postponed

All performances of CARMEN.maquia have been postponed to next season. (Dates to be announced soon.) Spanish choreographer Gustavo Ramirez Sansano created the character Carmen in 2012 and Carmen.maquia as a piece created to honor women. Carmen, signifying a strong, independent woman, and “maguia” referring to her as uncontainable, aims to take theatergoers on an emotional […]

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Ohio Diaspora

Anne Evans Anne Evans Ohio Diaspora

The Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery presents Ohio Diaspora: Art from the Collection of the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center and Ohio Artists, Jan. 30 – April 11, 2020. The National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center educates the public about African American history and culture—from African origins to the present—by collecting, preserving, and interpreting […]

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