Emerson Bartlett, known musically as LongStory, was born in Athens but moved often as a child, a theme which would continue into adulthood as well.
The performance breaks the boundaries of what art is known and supposed to be.
The AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame welcomes motorcycle connoisseurs into its extensive display of motorcycle and motorcyclist history.
The MakerSpace and Athens County Public Library are hosting the prom preparation upcycling.
The Ohio Art Corridor is a series of outdoor art installations across Southeast Ohio.
The spring premiere will be held on April 29 at 7 p.m. at the Athena Cinema.
The music summit will host major artists, such as CAAMP and Michelle Zauner from Japanese Breakfast.
Isaac King, a freshman music production major at Ohio University, is one of the founding members of the student-run band, Lavandula. The band is composed of four members: Isaac King, Landon Elliott, Joey Negrete and Zach Winkleman, who all met within their first few weeks of college.
The film festival returns for its 49th installment, showcasing various works from local students and international filmmakers at the Athena Cinema.
Athens will be witnessing this event for the first time as it highlights female and nonbinary individuals inspired by nature.
The swing jazz musical will be gracing an Athens stage next week.
This year marks the 10th annual Benefest.
The two groups work separately and together to create events for students.
Athens has been experiencing a problem with garbage not ending up in the right places. Henry LaBelle, an Athens resident, has recently taken the initiative to help combat this issue by spending his personal time cleaning up this out-of-place garbage.
The Dairy Barn is hosting the Contemporary Ceramics art show, which includes a diverse arrangement of clay artwork created by various artists selected by Ohio University ceramics professors.
The Lost Flamingo Theatre Company intended to perform The Laramie Project during the 2020 Fall Semester.
After a period of unconventional programming, museum employees are looking forward to planning in-person exhibits for the public.
Vibrancy Theater is not just a theater company but a movement as well. The stories the group performs are ones centered around BIPOC stories and issues, fostering conversations about racial and social issues that they hope make audiences stop and think about their actions and lives as a whole.