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By Katelyn Wescott

The Boy and the Heron, Hayao Miyazaki’s most recent film released this past December, has just won the Academy Award for best animated feature, making it Miyazaki’s fourth nomination and his…

By Peyton Onstad

This interview was conducted prior to Nico’s performances in January 2024. Please join us in reflecting on Nico’s work in Grieving Landscapes and their collaboration with the inaugural Urban Arts…

“The best work of poets I read, in particular, translates something for you to be able to face it and control it… Poetry is an empathic process.” — Roger Robinson

 

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In partnership with the Mellon Foundation, Ohio State will launch bold, far-reaching initiatives involving multiple university units and programs, including the College of Arts and Sciences, Urban…

By Kate Durham

Sitting across from the Ohio Statehouse, the Ohio Art Council’s Riffe Gallery displays a diverse range of work by Ohio-based artists that visitors can enjoy for free. The Riffe’s…

We’re honored to be featured in this ARTnews piece alongside so many other cultural institutions in Columbus! 

“Located within the Lazarus Building in downtown Columbus, the OSU Urban…

By Kate Durham

Upon entering Hopkins Hall Gallery, one will immediately sense the vibrant energy emanating from the transformed space. The 2024 exhibition by the trace layer play collective…

By Angelica Smith-Williams

When I was younger, being a collector was practically a personality. I thought it was so cool to let what you collected represent a memory or a part of your life you enjoyed. At first, I struggled…

By Katelyn Wescott

On February 19, Hopkins Hall Gallery will transform into both an art exhibition and a laboratory. While it may seem simply like an interactive art gallery to some, the creators of trace layer play…