Christopher Steele takes pride in his unique collection of penny scales.
At one time, these coin-operated weighing machines stood on street corners and in public places and provided people with an opportunity to weigh themselves without having to go to a doctor’s office
The Huntington Holiday Train has rolled into the Main Library. We visited the library during the two days it took to set up this 600-square-foot display, which features six miniature trains, more than 280 feet of track, and buildings modeled off the likeness of structures in Germany.
One of the most memorable exhibits at the Ohio Historical Society has been an Egyptian mummy.
Technology has allowed curators to now re-create her features using forensic reconstruction techniques so that for the first time, we can all see what she — perhaps — looked like
The 13 Ohio based artists in Poetics of Pattern explore the process of design-making through a variety of scales, media, forms and colors. Through their repetitive processes, we find a language of beauty and meaning that seeks to create order and connection in our increasingly complex lives. Poetics of Pattern at the Riffe Gallery Now [...]
During the 1890s and early 1900s Ohio photographer Albert Ewing traveled southeast Ohio and central West Virginia photographing people and their surrounding environment. He created an enduring record of Appalachian life at the turn of the of the last century.