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Dairy Barn Arts Center Exhibiting OH+5 Through March 14

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The Dairy Barn Arts Center (8000 Dairy Lane, Athens) is currently in the middle of exhibiting one of their most popular art installations, the biannual OH+5.    “OH+5 is open to artists living in Ohio and the 5 surrounding states- Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Kentucky- it’s our biannual regional exhibition that premieres each… Read More

featured She Kills Monsters

Ohio University Alumnus Qui Nguyen’s ‘She Kills Monsters’ Opens Feb. 20

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Ohio University’s School of Theater is hard at work preparing for the first show of 2020, She Kills Monsters, a play written by Ohio University alumnus Qui Nguyen. “The show’s about searching for one’s identity. An older sister needs to come to terms with the loss of her younger sister, and in order to do… Read More

Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud Allows Students to ‘Keep a Poem in Their Heart’

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Each year, schools across America prepare for the 15th annual Poetry Out Loud recitation contest, an arts education program where thousands of students will perform memorized poems for judges at school and state levels in the hope to make it to nationals. This year, four schools in Southeastern Ohio will be participating: Nelsonville-York, John Glenn… Read More

Call the Shot featured

OU Student Produced Film ‘Call the Shot’ Coming to Athena Nov. 9

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Being a student at Ohio University, there’s ample opportunity to create and collaborate with others, especially when you’re nestled in the foothills of Appalachia- inspiration is everywhere. For some, this means working on passion projects with a group of talented students and making dreams become a reality. Call the Shot, a short film set to… Read More

Fall Semester 2019 OU School of Theater Preview

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Ohio University’s School of Theater is preparing for another busy season. With weekend one already under their belt, the semester’s first main stage production of Silent Sky, written by Lauren Gudnerson and directed by Shelly Delaney, tells the true story of 19th Century astronomer Henrietta Leavitt as she explores a woman’s place in society during… Read More

Casa show preview

Athens’ Inoculous Perfecting Chops With Numerous Live Performances

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Athens’s very own Inoculous will be performing this Thursday evening, September 12, at Casa Nueva. The up-and-coming math rock band has been taking Athens by storm, playing live shows nearly every week. The group consists of three members, Demetri Wolfe on guitar, Bryan Sheets on Drums, and Jake Evans on bass. Their three-track EP, Creature… Read More