Sarah Melaragno, a senior studying interactive multimedia, makes trash into art.
Athens MakerSpace will hold a scrap metal art workshop this fall.
The Dairy Barn Arts Center is partnering with the Athens Area Fiber Fair to form Athens’ first Quilt Fest.
Rough Cut Collective will showcase a variety of films and projects the organization has been working the past two semesters.
With more than one hundred combined musicians and singers onstage, the performance aims to show how opera can be fun for everyone.
Six plays written by graduate students will be presented in semi-staged readings, and three will be performed in rotating repertory.
After ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’ gained popularity, the question remained whether interactive movies would become the next big thing.
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The School of Dance presents the annual spring senior dance concert, the culminating project for dance majors.
The star-crossed lovers ‘Romeo and Juliet’ meet in post-Berlin Wall Germany for OU’s performance of the Shakespeare classic.
The old opera house was built in 1892 and houses 14 spirits, according to a ghosthunter.
Haskins is a Southern Ohio native.
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The ninth World Music and Dance Concert will teach the audience about diversity and cultural differences.
Tantrum Theater will move from Dublin to Athens for its fourth season.
Attendees will sew their energies, thoughts, prayers and wishes into spirit warrior dolls, a symbol of their everyday lives.
Students and public will educate themselves on different cultures around the globe.
The installation featured artwork in various mediums portraying topics revolving around female equality.
Children are introduced to a creative yoga experience that includes body paint, glow sticks and blacklights.
The third annual Artists’ Showcase will feature new musical performances and poetry readings.