With that in mind, here are some underrated composers who more often than not to not get mentioned in that conversation, but deserve at least a listen.
A wistful but jarring glimpse into a better time for independent filmmaking – when Todd Haynes’ shocked the new queer indie film scene with his first feature-length film, Poison.
Pecha Kucha Columbus was formed in 2007, and it thrives on creating multi-sensory experiences that highlight local art, food, music and passion. During each event, a group of speakers follows the international Pecha Kucha format of showing 20 images and speaking about each image for 20 seconds.
Watch a video about the making of ‘Columbus Neighborhoods: King Lincoln’ documentary. Saxophonist Michael Cox shares with us all about how to approach a movie score; and some very talented local jazz musicians do what they do best.
At the Columbus Comedy Festival (2) you can expect to see sketch comedy, stand-up, comedic videos, improv, and grab some food truck food love starting at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
Profile of poet Rachel Wiley: her transition from acting to poetry, her take on the recent slam poetry competition where she took fourth place, and clips from her comedy-poetry act.
Catherine Bell Smith, a self-proclaimed and her daughter, Claire E. Smith’s Rural Routes Exhibition inspired by driving back and forth between Columbus and Cleveland, route 71.
Classical 101′s Christopher Purdy interviews the new music director of the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Marie Zeitouni.
Local artists and supporters of Wonderland gathered to ‘Float’ ideas at Franklin Park Conservatory.
Liberian fashion designer Korto Momolu recently showcased some of her designs with Amani Liberia, to help African women help themselves.