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CAPA offers $5 tickets for younger audiences

The Columbus Symphony performs at the Ohio Theatre. Credit: Courtesy of Stephen Pariser

Students can now experience fine arts performances without the fine arts prices. CAPA recently announced its 2016-17 All Access performance schedule. The All Access ticket program offers $5 tickets to people ages 13 to 25. Along with CAPA theater events, the organization’s resident performance groups ...

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Faculty members bring their art to the spotlight


Art professors are taking their talents outside the classroom and into Urban Arts Space to share their work with the community in the Department of Art 2016 faculty exhibition: “Wish You Were Here.”= The show was organized collectively by the participating faculty members, said Rebecca ...

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Wild Goose Creative to make classic art comical

"The Tree of Death" by Scott D. M. Simmons will be on display at Wild Goose Creative. Credit: Canada Keck

Local artists are reimagining famous western paintings with a comic twist in a new exhibit. Wild Goose Creative is set to open “Comics vs. Art” on Saturday. “The gallery is an opportunity to reimagine classic western paintings. For example, think of Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Last ...

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Art exhibition brings female voices to life


The Cultural Arts Center in downtown Columbus’ newest exhibition features female artists with the aim of challenging gender issues and celebrating the voices of women. “Dare to Be Heard,” which opened on Friday, brings together local and national artists to shed light on issues faced ...

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‘Twisted 2’ entwines different forms of art


The talents of Columbus Symphony, Opera Columbus and BalletMet will soon reunite for “Twisted 2.”   Performers, dancers and musicians of eight different organizations are set to take the stage for the sequel to the 2014 performance “Twisted” Thursday through Sunday at the Ohio Theatre. ...

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Black Mountain College inspires new exhibit, classes


Black Mountain College is permanently closed, but Ohio State students can now explore the school’s legacy through a new exhibit at The Wexner Center for the Arts. “Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933-1957,” opens Friday.   Black Mountain College was an experimental liberal ...

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