The electronic-pop artist gives insight to her career as a musician with autism.
Athens native and Ohio University alumnus Matthew Presutti has used his education and background to instill sustainable practices into his printmaking work. In the past three years, Presutti has had the opportunity to utilize hemp as a material for printmaking at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design.
The frontwoman for Japanese Breakfast spoke about her music, her struggles with being an only child and her mother’s apprehensions about her wanting to pursue music.
After almost a year of anticipation, bar owners and bartenders are excited to see Ohio University students continue the longtime tradition.
Lead singer of the Nicotine Dolls, Sam Cieri, talks about his journey as a musician in New York City and how his band Nicotine Dolls is gaining success.
Kiana Ziegler has found her passion for art to be a driving force when finding passion in her life.
Jukebox Java, 8 N. College St., is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for coffee accompanied by music.
Jeralayne Ruiz, a graduate student at Ohio University, presented a vocal performance at her graduate student recital.
Gina Kruzel will be sharing her stories and more at Chosen Pathways Spiritual Emporium, 400 E. State St., on Sunday, Oct. 31.
On Wednesday, Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m., Black Violin will be making its way to Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.
Art Park Framing and Design houses numerous works of art and operates as a framing business.
Cynthia Mendenhall, an author, speaker and self-proclaimed adventurer, will be hosting a Writer’s Series event on Sept. 15. The Post sat down with Mendenhall and talked about her past and current work as well as the upcoming event.
His album, The Moving Company, is out now.
OU history professor, Victoria Lee, discusses her travel plans this past summer while discussing the impact of traveling has on teaching.