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New Old Image eXchange: Discussions about Forgotten Photographs


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The School of Art + Design Presents the New Old Image eXchange, artist talks about forgotten photographs, with keynote by artist Carmen Winant, Free and open to the public, join us in Mitchell Auditorium, Seigfred Hall, Tuesday, February 12 for an afternoon and an evening session. More details at www.newoldimages.com. Keynote Speaker: Carmen Winant: Emerging artist and… Read More

Artist Carrie Mae Weems Headed to OU Jan. 22-25

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Carrie Mae Weems is one of the most respected and accomplished contemporary artists of our time. Her work, which spans over the course of three decades, incorporates a multitude of mediums to explore the consequences of power, family relationships, political systems, sexism, racism, and history. On Friday, January 11, the Kennedy Museum of Art will… Read More

‘What Were You Wearing?’ Exhibition Spotlights Survivor’s Stories

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Since August 30, the walls of Baker Center’s Trisolini Gallery have been adorned with outfits of varied sizes, shapes and colors. Placed against a stark white background, the seemingly unrelated outfits are united for one reason: they are all replicas of what someone was wearing during a sexual assault. Together, they serve as part of… Read More

Athens LGBTQ Legacy Project


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The School of Art + Design proudly presents the “Athens LGBTQ Legacy Project,” a historical tour, stories, film and panel discussion facilitated by Becky Chmielewski, at Seigfred Hall’s Mitchell Auditorium April 13 and 14. “The Legacy Walk,” will begin at Seigfred Hall on Friday, April 13 at 4:30 p.m. and conclude at Athens Uncorked by 7:30… Read More

Ohio University Dance Division: Winter Dance Concert


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Ohio University Dance Division in the School of Dance, Film and Theater presents: The Winter Dance Concert: Featuring works by faculty and guest artists. March 2 and 3 at 7:30pm in the Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium. This year’s guest artists David Dorfman, Kendra Portier, and Jasmine Hearn of NYC-based David Dorfman Dance, and Texas-based choreographer… Read More

Anthropologist Shane Greene: How Far Would You Take Your Rebellion?

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For the past 20 years, anthropologist Shane Greene has been researching political ecology, urban subcultures, social movements, social theory, indigenous and afro-descendent rights, music and society, and race; mostly in the geographical context of Latin America. Late last year he published Punk and Revolution: Seven More Interpretations of Peruvian Reality, via Duke Press. The book… Read More