From the circular ground bass patterns of Baroque music, to the Guggenheim Museum’s sloping, spiraling floors, Classical 101′s Jennifer Hambrick explains how Henry Purcell transformed pain into pleasure – and into some of the most satisfying music ever composed.
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.
Cirque d’Art is a school for circus performers, with a special emphasis on providing gymnastic and acrobat training to special needs kids.
The silt walkers of HighJinks Productions talk about this exciting and risky art.
Every year, Opera Columbus invites the best new singers in the nation to compete in the Irma M. Cooper Opera Columbus International Vocal Competition. We followed the contestants from nail biting backstage preparations to the winner’s performance.
Ron Brown brings to life the photographs of Charles “Teenie” Harris through dance. It is a multi-medium experience.
BalletMet was invited back to the Joyce Theater and ArtZine was there to document the excitement. While on location in NYC we found out why Ohioans only need to travel to downtown Columbus for big city entertainment.
WOSU’s Marilyn Smith goes behind the scenes at CATCO, The Contemporary American Theater Company, to talk with set designers, lighting designer, costume designers and other people who make the show go on.
A group of Central Ohio women explore aging through writing and theater
Host Charlene Brown hunts for bargains at GCAC’s Arts Festival in preparation for the festival’s move to the Discovery District.