From music to writing and abstract creations, student artists are using their talent and authenticity to redefine art, express themselves and convey important messages.
The Women of Appalachia Project, or WOAP, has been encouraging women in the region to share their art for 14 years now. The Dairy Barn Arts Center took over the organization’s fine arts portion and now shares a wide range of artwork made by Appalachian women in a biennial exhibition.
After the COVID-19 pandemic hindered the organization, ABCD is finally back and thriving again as a dance outlet for all.
Ready Aim Flowers, a uniquely Athens band, looks forward to creating original music with new members. Hoping to spread a message of kindness, the multi-instrumentalist members not only set roots, but continually grow together as a band.
Working at The Post has also helped me meet other students and get a taste of all the organizations OU has to offer.
The cult-classic film is making its way to Athens again to promote acceptance and inclusion.
OU’s Opera Theater to put on its first performance of the year at an outdoor show.
Ohio University’s own ‘SNL’ is entirely student-run.
Founded in 1979, the music school hosts private and group music lessons for those interested in music.
The Student Organization of Undergraduate Playwrights is welcoming new members and encouraging those interested in writing and producing plays to join. An interactive group that collectively loves theater, some members explained what drove them to join and what they love about the club as a whole.
The Athena Grand is hosting a screening of “Pitch Perfect” on Wednesday for its anniversary so its fans can enjoy the a capella groups perform on the big screen for the first time in a decade.
The annual Athens Community Engagement Fair brought OU student body into contact with local community programs.
Midwest’s skate community flocks to Athens for the charity event.