Athens is not only home to art students at Ohio University but also home to multiple art studios and outlets that host events throughout the academic year.
The SHAPe Clinic was featured in the National Athletic Trainers’ Association News.
Most events are held virtually.
All can benefit from a little creative boost.
Live entertainment venues were the first to close, and will be the last to open back up during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stuart’s Opera House and ABC Players is hosting a play revolving around four young adults living in New York City amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The show, which will premiere as a film, gains new perspective with non-traditional casting.
Performers encourage anyone and everyone to attend.
University departments and student organizations are doing their best to hold events in a safe way.
The show will be streamed virtually from April 9 through 17.
Argo is launching their first-ever student focused short film fest, “SHORTS.”
Artists for Athens Photo Project have been able to stay connected despite the pandemic.
Here’s what you can do in and around Athens this weekend.
Staff of the museum adjusted well to the online environment but are glad to be working in person.
Through different mediums of art, the “Women of Appalachia” fine art exhibit is showing Appalachian culture through their artists’ work.
The podcasting certificate brought on the creation of new courses.
OU students and staff discuss how there are more components than retailers and stores.
Studios and students alike have modified their practice of dance to COVID-19 regulations.
CARES Act funding provided by the city government enables ARTS/West to reopen since its August closure.
Cirque Du Macabre brings imagination to life with song, dance and activities.