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.
The series is hosted by the Athena Cinema, University Libraries and the Environmental Studies Program.
From filming at home to radio shows, Tantrum is dedicated to bringing the theatrical arts to life.
Without these distortions, Republicans would be in dire straits on a national scale, and they know it.
The Dairy Barn formatted the exhibition to in-person and virtual.
In Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati, artists are using their work to fuel the Black Lives Matter movement.
Dance, music and theater majors work hard to adapt to virtual classes.
From theater to poetry to dance to comedy to community — you like it, OU has it.
Soul of Athens visual communication students work through pandemic challenges to finish their projects
Two visual communication classes work together to create projects that represent what Athens is really about.
Broadway’s Next Hit Musical and STOMP have already been rescheduled.
The club is led by students and focuses on helping its members better understand where their major can take them through informative, social and volunteer-based efforts.
All proceeds will benefit the Beacon School.
The performance will run Feb. 29 at 2 p.m. and Feb. 28, March 4 and 5 at 8 p.m.
Directed by Roberto Di Donato, the show will run Feb. 27 and 29 at 8 p.m. and March 3 and 6 at 8 p.m.
With the closure of Athens Makerspace, female welders lose an opportunity to learn and build.