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Sadie Benning: Pain Thing

  Sadie Benning: Pain Thing

Sadie Benning became well-known in the early 1990s for making brilliant low-tech videos—urgent and moving confessionals documenting their own teenaged sensibility. For most of the current decade, they’ve concentrated on gallery-based projects, often using found photographic imagery as the base material for works that ultimately combine elements of sculpture and painting into a unique hybrid. […]

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Sadie Benning: Pain Thing

  Sadie Benning: Pain Thing

Sadie Benning became well-known in the early 1990s for making brilliant low-tech videos—urgent and moving confessionals documenting their own teenaged sensibility. For most of the current decade, they’ve concentrated on gallery-based projects, often using found photographic imagery as the base material for works that ultimately combine elements of sculpture and painting into a unique hybrid. […]

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Sadie Benning: Pain Thing

  Sadie Benning: Pain Thing

Sadie Benning became well-known in the early 1990s for making brilliant low-tech videos—urgent and moving confessionals documenting their own teenaged sensibility. For most of the current decade, they’ve concentrated on gallery-based projects, often using found photographic imagery as the base material for works that ultimately combine elements of sculpture and painting into a unique hybrid. […]

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Sadie Benning: Pain Thing

  Sadie Benning: Pain Thing

Sadie Benning became well-known in the early 1990s for making brilliant low-tech videos—urgent and moving confessionals documenting their own teenaged sensibility. For most of the current decade, they’ve concentrated on gallery-based projects, often using found photographic imagery as the base material for works that ultimately combine elements of sculpture and painting into a unique hybrid. […]

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Connect with Mindfulness

  Connect with Mindfulness

Research indicates that empathy exercises result in changes in brain structure and functioning more quickly than concentration or relaxation exercises. In this session, learn an exercise that helps support empathy, compassion and resilience. Cost: $12 for UA Residents, $15 for Non-Residents

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Behavioral Health Pavilion Community Open House

  Behavioral Health Pavilion Community Open House

Tour the Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, a state-of-the-art facility designated for pediatric behavioral health patients. At Nationwide Children’s Hospital, we’ve made behavioral health a major focus. Our goal is to develop a system of pediatric behavioral health care that will serve as a national model for other health care systems. […]

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Sadie Benning: Pain Thing

  Sadie Benning: Pain Thing

Sadie Benning became well-known in the early 1990s for making brilliant low-tech videos—urgent and moving confessionals documenting their own teenaged sensibility. For most of the current decade, they’ve concentrated on gallery-based projects, often using found photographic imagery as the base material for works that ultimately combine elements of sculpture and painting into a unique hybrid. […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS & INFORMATION