If you think you get cranky when you miss that first morning cup of java, how about this: “If I couldn’t, three times a day, be allowed to drink my little cup of coffee, in my anguish, I will turn into a shriveled-up roast goat.”
Behind the scenes of an exhibit at the OSU Urban Arts Space showcasing 50 of the most intricate and colorful penny scales from Christopher K. Steele’s collection.
Join the Ohio Historical Society Feb. 20 for HeART of Soul! to celebrate African American art, history and culture at the Ohio Historical Center
How the Thurber House, a condemned property, became one of the nationâ€™s most treasured literary centers.
Which doesn’t mean that it’s great art, of course. But the Wexner always seems to be posing that $64,000 question of what is worth being put on display and what isn’t.
Exclusive tour of the work of Belgian contemporary artist Luc Tuymans at the Wexner.
Co-founder and artistic director of the SITI Company, Anne Bogart returns to the Wexner Center with SITI and a new work, “Who Do You Think You Are,” a theater piece where words, movement, and space are used to diagram the potential of the human brain.
While Tuymans is well-known to American collectors, this is the first opportunity for a wide public to experience his work.
Follow the Columbus COSI team as they travel to Egypt to gather video and material for their new exhibit ‘Lost Egypt: Ancient Secrets, Modern Science.’
To celebrate local photographer Kojo Kamauâ€™s 70th Birthday, the Columbus Museum of Art is presenting a retrospective of his work – a career that has spanned 50 years. We visit Kojo at his studio and talked about his commitment to recording the life and times of Columbus, Ohio.
A look at the breadth of George Tooker’s work, the painter considered to be one of the definitive artists of the Cold War era.